BMW's official Philippine distributor has released its 2018 price list update. You're either going to be ecstatic or bummed depending on which model you've been eyeing.
If you're a fan of the German carmaker's sportier models, read carefully. While cars such as the 2-Series Grand Tourer may have seen a price drop (from P2,950,000 to P2,790,000), favorites like the 320d M Sport saw a price increase. The more energetic version of the 3-Series now costs P4,090,000 compared to P3,990,000 the year prior.
On the other hand, the M2 Coupé has gone from P6,890,000 in 2017, to just 5,590,000. Sad news if you wanted its larger brother, because the M3 sedan went from P8,580,000 to P9,690,000. As for its bigger lineup, the X1 goes from P3,590,000 to P3,690,000, and the X3 xDrive20d xLine from P4,400,000 to P4,390,000. And yes, that's the price of the upcoming X3 to be launched next week.
We'll update this story with a full comparison against the company's 2017 prices as soon as possible. For now, check BMW's new rates and lineup below. So, did any of your dream cars take a hit from the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion law?
|MODEL||2018 PRICE (PESO)|
|118i M Sport||2,690,000|
|218i Gran Tourer||2,790,000|
|320d M Sport||4,090,000|
|320d Gran Turismo Luxury||4,290,000|
|420d Gran Coupé Luxury||4,590,000|
|520d M Sport||5,390,000|
|730Li Pure Excellence||8,990,000|
|740Li Pure Excellence||10,490,000|
|X1 xDrive20d xLine||3,690,000|
|X3 xDrive20d xLine||4,390,000|
|X3 xDrive20d M Sport||4,590,000|
|X4 xDrive20d M Sport||4,890,000|
|X5 xDrive30d M Sport||7,890,000|
|X6 xDrive30d M Sport||8,490,000|