1998 BMW prices

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davieb
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1998 BMW prices

Post by davieb » Wed 12 Mar, 2014 16:34

Clearing out a wardrobe, I came across the following - a price list from 1998 for the entire BMW range. Someone might find it of interest:

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TR4man
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Re: 1998 BMW prices

Post by TR4man » Wed 12 Mar, 2014 20:53

My goodness, how cars depreciate over the years!

johnz3
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Re: 1998 BMW prices

Post by johnz3 » Wed 12 Mar, 2014 21:20

Have tried searching google with no joy. Anyone know what my 3.0i Sport 2002 would have been new.

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RockyDave
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Re: 1998 BMW prices

Post by RockyDave » Wed 12 Mar, 2014 23:01

For prices of a 2002 3.0 roadster take a look at the "UK Z3 2001/02 Brochures and price lists" they have posted on the Bimmer Forum

The link below should work:
http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum/sh ... rice-lists

They have the 3.0 litre sport listed at £27,730

Also posted on this page is the full 2001 brochure (75mb download) which has some great photos taken in Australia.
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johnz3
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Re: 1998 BMW prices

Post by johnz3 » Thu 13 Mar, 2014 06:25

Great and thanks

johnz3
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Re: 1998 BMW prices

Post by johnz3 » Thu 13 Mar, 2014 06:36

Thats interesting. If you look at the 1998 price for the 2.8 it is £500 more than the 2001 3.0i Sport.

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Re: 1998 BMW prices

Post by bertiejaffa » Thu 13 Mar, 2014 15:56

TR4man wrote:My goodness, how cars depreciate over the years!
Even more when you consider what the equivelant of these prices would be today 16 years on?
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Re: 1998 BMW prices

Post by Robert T » Thu 13 Mar, 2014 18:28

Best £21.5k I ever spent. :D

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