BMW Australia upgrades 3 Series pricing

2009 BMW 3 Series

Later this month the 2009 model upgrade of the BMW 3 Series will roll out across the country’s showrooms. The range will start with the 320i at $54,100 and, M3 aside, tops out with the 335i at $111,700.

As to be expected the options and standard equipment levels have also been given a tweak, along with the exterior styling. This includes standard leather seats, Park Distance Control, fog lights and rain sensors across the range.

Over 25,000 E90 3 Series models have been sold in Australia to date and the top brass seem to think they are on a winner, “The BMW 3 Series is the most successful luxury compact sport sedan in the world and we have further improved the offering to the market with the new cars,” said Tom Noble, General Manager, Marketing, BMW Group Australia. “The range is extremely well equipped from the start, at a very attractive price point below the Luxury Car Tax threshold.”

Post increases to the Luxury Car Tax manufacturers are quick to grab a marketing edge and BMW is no different, with the 320d being exempt thanks to the car’s 6.0l/100km fuel consumption figures.

Pricing of the new BMW 3 Series Sedan and Touring range:


  • 320i Executive – $54,500
  • 320d Executive – $57,500
  • 323i – $63,200
  • 325i – $75,900
  • 335i – $107,300


  • 320i Executive – $57,700
  • 323i – $67,400
  • 335i – $111,700

More details in BMW’s release after the jump…