The new standard features come with price adjustments across the range, with BMW claiming "added value" savings up to nearly $7500.
The entry-level 320d Coupe and Convertible variants cop a $3000 price increase, but the German carmaker says both cars offer $4210 in additional features over last year's standard equipment list.
Among the 320d's updated features are 17-inch "Star Spoke" alloy wheels, Comfort Access system, adaptive headlights, high-beam assist and the Navigation System Business package.
The price of the 325i variants remains unchanged at $80,850 and $94,600 respectively, but both gain 18-inch light alloy wheels, adaptive headlights, high-beam assist, anti-dazzle exterior mirrors and the Navigation Professional package. BMW says these extra features add $7280 in added value.
Moving up to the 330d, price for both Coupe and Convertible variants rises by $2000 to $97,600 and $110,700.
New standard features include 18-inch light alloy wheels, adaptive headlights, Harman Kardon sound system, anti-dazzle exterior mirrors and an upgrade to the Navigation Professional package. This all makes for $3970 in additional features, BMW says.
Topping the range is the 335i, offered in M Sport form only, prices have fallen by $5150 and $5300, down to $108,600 and $121,600 respectively.
Upgraded features for the top-shelf 335i M Sport variants include a Harman Kardon Sound system and anti-dazzle exterior mirrors.
- 2012 BMW 320d - $69,500
- 2012 BMW 325i - $80,850
- 2012 BMW 330d - $97,600
- 2012 BMW 335i M Sport - $108,600
- 2012 BMW 320d - $82,500
- 2012 BMW 325i - $94,600
- 2012 BMW 330d - $110,700
- 2012 BMW 335i M Sport - $121,600
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