BMW Australia settles on M3/M4 pricing

2014 BMW M3 Sedan


BMW Australia has internally confirmed its pricing for the new M3 and M4, which follows from the pricing and specification info we brought you a couple of weeks ago. An official press release is expected later this month.

M3 Sedan6-cylinder 2979cc317/5504.1s8.3M double clutch$156,900
M4 Coupé6-cylinder 2979cc317/5504.1s8.3M double clutch$166,900

*The prices shown above include GST and LCT. They are manufacturer’s recommended list prices (MRLP) only and exclude dealer charges, stamp duty, statutory charges and on-road charges.

A summary of selected standard and optional equipment, with pricing, can be seen after the break. It’s nice to see a 6-speed manual is available as a no cost option.

BMW F80 M3 & F82 M4 (Australia)

Standard equipment summary*

  • Active M differential
  • Adaptive M suspension
  • 7-speed M double-clutch transmission with Drivelogic
  • M Drive (driving profiles)
  • Active Protection
  • Dynamic braking lights
  • Dynamic Stability Control
  • Two-tone horn
  • 19″ M light alloy wheels double-spoke style, 437M (19×9 front, 255/35/19; 19×10 rear, 275/35/19)
  • Metallic paint
  • Cruise Control with braking function
  • Park Distance Control, front and rear
  • Rear View Camera
  • Surround View, including Top View and Side View
  • Adaptive headlights with Anti-Glare High Beam Assist
  • Bi-Xenon Headlights including headlight washer system
  • Interior and exterior mirrors with anti-dazzle function
  • Lights package (LED interior lighting)
  • Rear lights with LED technology
  • Upholstery, extended ‘Merino’ leather, available in Silverstone (LKA9), Sakhir Orange (LKDA), Sonoma Beige (LKJR) or Black (LKSW)
  • Automatic air conditioning
  • Comfort Access System
  • M Sport seats for driver and front passenger
  • Seat heating for driver and front passenger
  • Steering wheel, M leather with multifunction buttons and gearshift paddles
  • Convenience telephony with extended Smartphone connectivity
  • DAB+ digital radio tuner
  • harman/kardon Surround Sound system (16 speakers, 600W)
  • Navigation system professional, with high-resolution 8.8″ display and 20GB HDD

*Not all standard equipment has been listed above.

Optional equipment summary**

  • 19″ M alloy wheels double-spoke in Black – $500
  • M Carbon ceramic brakes – $15,000
  • Steering wheel heating – $400
  • Glass sunroof (deletes carbon fibre roof) – NCO
  • Adaptive LED headlights with Anti-Glare High-Beam Assist – $2360
  • Driving Assistant – $900
  • Parking Assistant – $675
  • TV function (digital reception, DVB-T) – $2250
  • BMW Head-Up Display – $1700
  • ConnectdDrive Lifetsyle – $690
  • ConnectedDrive Freedom – $1200
  • 6-speed manual transmission – NCO
  • Upholstery, full leather ‘Merino’ for instrument panel upper and lower section, door rails and glove box – $2700

**MRLP including GST and LCT only.

13 replies on “BMW Australia settles on M3/M4 pricing”

Thanks Ausmotive!

I don’t understand why carbon ceramics continue to be so expensive, now that it is much more main stream?

Nice exclusive.

Still in my price range for a ‘decent sports car’, except for the “1” after the “$” sign. Ha!

Only option I would get is the M Carbon ceramic brakes, expensive but worth it. The standard car is extremely well speced over previous M3 models of the past.

Does anyone know how much heavier the M3 is over the M4?

Weird thing is that loads of the promo pictures are of yas marinas blue, but you can’t actually order that colour at the moment, its not available for australian orders (at least not for the M4).

About 40k overpriced.

UK price for M3 = GBP 56k. AU price = AUD 157k
UK price for Macan Turbo = GBP 59k. AU price = AUD 123k

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