If you’re saving up for a 2010 BMW, you may have to raid your piggy bank for a few extra pennies. The automaker revealed it is increasing prices of its 2010 models in the U.S. by four-tenths of a percent, and increasing its destination charge to $875.
Likely unnoticeable to most customers, the price adjustment will affect a 128i buyer by $166, with the price hike and new destination charge bringing the base price to $29,991. A customer buying a 2010 760Li sedan will see the largest price increase — $596 — bringing the sticker price before options to $138,021.
Several new models, including the ActiveHybrid 7, ActiveHybrid X6, and 550i Gran Turismo (which went on sale December 5), are exempt from the price increase but are still subject to the hike in destination fees. As a result, expect to see pricing for all three of these models increase by approximately $50.