- The most significant BMW India Price Increase is for the BMW X7.
- The new 2 Series Gran Coupe and 3 Series have the lowest price revisions.
BMW Group India has reduced the prices of several models in its lineup. The 3 Series, 2 Series Gran Coupe, X1, X3, X4, X5, and X7 all BMW India Price Increase, and we’ve detailed the new prices for all of these models below. The new prices go into effect on April 8, 2021.
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The Bavarian Carmaker’s entry-level Sedan – the Gran Coupe 2 series – receives its first price increase. The 2-series Cron Coupe cars of BMW are the Sportline 220D and the Sport 220 IM. The 220d and 220i M sports clothing are now costly with Rs 80,000 and Rs 60,000 respectively. 220i Sport trim recently launched retains its initial price tag.
Both petrol and diesel motor options are available in the 3 Series. The gasoline variants, 330i Sport and 330i M Sport are respectively more expensive to Rs 1, 00,000 and Rs 60,000. The price is now Rs 60,000 for the 320d luxury edition. The 320d Sports trim was removed from the official brand website earlier this year.
The sDrive 20i SportX and sDrive 20i xLine are revised by upward of Rs 1, 30,000 and Rs 90,000 respectively, with SUVs, baby SUV, X1. Rs 1.10,000 are much higher for the oil burner sDrive20d xLine.
Next in line, the increases in X3 cost include xDrive30i SportX (up from Rs 1,00,000), xDrive 30i Luxury (up to Rs 90,000), and xDrive 20d Luxury Line (up to Rs 90,000). (up by Rs 1,20,000). The changes of price for the X4 are also – xDrive30i M SportX and xDrive30d M Sport X (up to Rs 80,000). (up by Rs 1,00,000).
Both the X5 SUV diesel reaming are costly by Rs 1,00,000, while the Rs 60,000 is more expensive for xDrive40i M Sport. The most significant increase in exhibition prices is the flagship SUV – X7. A Rs 2.5 lakh increase is achieved for the xDrive40i M Sport whereas Rs 2.90 and Rs 3.80 are revised for Rs 2.90 and for DPE Signature diesel “as read and reported by www.autocarindia.com”.