Originally Posted by mkoesel
lol, no kidding! The base MSRP prices for a 2010 M3 are:
And these don't include the gas guzzler tax. Plus 2011 m3 prices may go up another couple hundred.
Having said that, you can get an M3 for $500 over ED invoice, which is $7k+ below MSRP. So it is indeed possible to get into an M3 (e90) for just over $50k out the door. However, by the same token, it should be possible to do the same with a 335is and get the car in the low 40s. Of course, these are both no-option cars we are talking about.
I think the numbers on a 335is according to one of the articles in this thread was saying that a 335is will be 50,525 or something like that (it's also listed in the beginning of the thread. Well optioned it will be close to 60K.