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      04-28-2014, 02:08 PM   #1
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Attached below is the pricing guide for the 2015 BMW M4 convertible. The 2015 M4 convertible starts at $72,500 in the US.

Production begins this July.

Also see: Official M4 Convertible Info Thread.

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      04-28-2014, 02:20 PM   #2
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That's so cheap
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That's so cheap
Did you mean "So HEAVY"?

Regardless, it looks fantastic. Even with a Red interior.
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      04-28-2014, 02:24 PM   #4
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Bout what I expected....
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How do I get ahold of the invoice pricing list for European Delivery these days?
Its been 6 years since I've bought a new BMW.
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What's the point on a supper heavy M car. Just get the 435 convert if u dont care about performance.
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Not bad at all. It looked great this weekend at the NYIAS
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What's the point on a supper heavy M car. Just get the 435 convert if u dont care about performance.
true.. Im pretty sure they think coupe and conv have the same performance
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      04-28-2014, 03:38 PM   #10
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What's the point on a supper heavy M car. Just get the 435 convert if u dont care about performance.
Since when was a 435i as fast or as sporty as a F83 M3?

These "why get a M3 convertible, its soooo heavy" comments are becoming annoying. If you want something more sporty than a Z435is but cheaper than a 6-series, convertible, the F83 makes sense.

Just because its heavier and slower than the F80 and F82 doesn't mean its driver doesn't care about performance.
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Since when was a 435i as fast or as sporty as a F83 M3?

These "why get a M3 convertible, its soooo heavy" comments are becoming annoying. If you want something more sporty than a Z435is but cheaper than a 6-series, convertible, the F83 makes sense.

Just because its heavier and slower than the F80 and F82 doesn't mean its driver doesn't care about performance.
+1

I bought the "lowly" 435 vert and I care for performance. I just want to drive with the top down as well!!
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435 is very sporty. So sporty that 90% of its owners can not reach the car's limit. I am prety sure that M4's vert limit is far beyond that of 435.

M4 vert is a very very nice car at a humiliated low price.
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What's the point on a supper heavy M car. Just get the 435 convert if u dont care about performance.
That's such a smart comment. Make sure to pass it on to BMW so they cancel their X5 and X6 M cars too.
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      04-28-2014, 06:57 PM   #14
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What's the point on a supper heavy M car. Just get the 435 convert if u dont care about performance.
I wonder how the E90/E92 M3 people at the track felt when my "slow" E93 M3 had faster lab times….


While most people I meet at the track are very open minded, there are some who are like you (to be more precise, they make comments similar to yours).
I loved being next to them when we were looking at track times… and seeing them be shocked that my times were significantly quicker than theirs, even though I had a "pointless super heavy M car" because I obviously "[didn't] care about performance"

The E93 M3 was, at the time, the only car I could comfortably afford where I was able to take it to the track, beat on it hard, drive hard, yet… be able to take it for a TOPDOWN cruise through PCH, up Angeles Crest Highway, through Sunset and Hollywood. It was a great dual purpose car. Yes, it had it's disadvantages at the track, but that didn't hinder the joy of driving it.

Very few people will be able to take a M3, convertible or not, anywhere near the limit. Thus, I feel that as long as you enjoy the driving experience and your time behind the wheel, the numbers on a piece of paper are simply that: information on a piece of paper. If numbers on paper were so important, one could argue as to why one would even buy a M3? (convertible, coupe, sedan). Why not go buy a Japanese car that can perform similarly for a fraction of the cost?
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      04-28-2014, 07:12 PM   #15
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What's the point on a supper heavy M car. Just get the 435 convert if u dont care about performance.
I wonder how the E90/E92 M3 people at the track felt when my "slow" E93 M3 had faster lab times.


While most people I meet at the track are very open minded, there are some who are like you (to be more precise, they make comments similar to yours).
I loved being next to them when we were looking at track times and seeing them be shocked that my times were significantly quicker than theirs, even though I had a "pointless super heavy M car" because I obviously "[didn't] care about performance"

The E93 M3 was, at the time, the only car I could comfortably afford where I was able to take it to the track, beat on it hard, drive hard, yet be able to take it for a TOPDOWN cruise through PCH, up Angeles Crest Highway, through Sunset and Hollywood. It was a great dual purpose car. Yes, it had it's disadvantages at the track, but that didn't hinder the joy of driving it.

Very few people will be able to take a M3, convertible or not, anywhere near the limit. Thus, I feel that as long as you enjoy the driving experience and your time behind the wheel, the numbers on a piece of paper are simply that: information on a piece of paper. If numbers on paper were so important, one could argue as to why one would even buy a M3? (convertible, coupe, sedan). Why not go buy a Japanese car that can perform similarly for a fraction of the cost?
Well said. I love my E93 M. I had a dedicated track car and sold it b/c I only tracked it once or twice a year. I may track the E93 just to try it out, as I'm sure it will do just fine. Sure, the E93 isn't the best choice if you do a lot of track events. Doesn't mean it won't perform well either.

Like you, I love the dual purpose of the E93 M. Mine spends most if it's tile with the top down. Can get enough of that engine and exhaust sound. :-)
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Can't buy a 435 convertible with a stick shift. Yes - the fun of a stick shift is that important to me.
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Don't you mean 428i? Why would you buy a 435i if you don't care about performance?
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Don't you mean 428i? Why would you buy a 435i if you don't care about performance?
Don't question the Drift Master! He must know what he's talking about!
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Jason,

I notice they don't have individual colors listed on this ordering guide, but I've also noticed that individual colors should be coming out at about the same time. I'm first on my dealership's waiting list, but I just have to have tanzanite blue. Any idea if the timing will line up and if it'll be possible to get a launch one in that color?
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those prices are ridiculously low. you are so lucky guys!
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I wonder how the E90/E92 M3 people at the track felt when my "slow" E93 M3 had faster lab times….


While most people I meet at the track are very open minded, there are some who are like you (to be more precise, they make comments similar to yours).
I loved being next to them when we were looking at track times… and seeing them be shocked that my times were significantly quicker than theirs, even though I had a "pointless super heavy M car" because I obviously "[didn't] care about performance"

The E93 M3 was, at the time, the only car I could comfortably afford where I was able to take it to the track, beat on it hard, drive hard, yet… be able to take it for a TOPDOWN cruise through PCH, up Angeles Crest Highway, through Sunset and Hollywood. It was a great dual purpose car. Yes, it had it's disadvantages at the track, but that didn't hinder the joy of driving it.

Very few people will be able to take a M3, convertible or not, anywhere near the limit. Thus, I feel that as long as you enjoy the driving experience and your time behind the wheel, the numbers on a piece of paper are simply that: information on a piece of paper. If numbers on paper were so important, one could argue as to why one would even buy a M3? (convertible, coupe, sedan). Why not go buy a Japanese car that can perform similarly for a fraction of the cost?

I couldn't agree more. I still want a fast, performance oriented vehicle, but also one i can take the top down and take my kids for a drive along the beach in. This car was made for me. I don't care if it is a "bit" slower than the hard-top, as it is not ALL about performance. If it truly was, then most of you should be buying GT3's, not M3's in the first place.
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I thought(!) the 335i was sporty, when I got it 3 years ago. Well..needles to say it is not at all sporty.

- no LSD
- high understear to be felt in every roundabout
- software far to "secure" for sport driving

And that was for the DKG version. The new 435i is even more comfort.

If you care about sport .... Which I translate as using the car along physical borderlines.... You need a Z4 or M4.
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