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      08-02-2011, 11:55 PM   #1
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The 2012 X3 begins production in September (and will end in March 2012). Details have now been released on changes for the 2012 model year for the US. We detail it below:

New Standard Equipment:
- Black high gloss finish on instrument panel
- Floor mats
- Panoramic moonroof for xDrive35i

Optional Equipment Changes:
- Convenience Package deleted on xDrive35i. Contents become part of Premium Package
- Cold Weather Package loses heated rear seats and retractable headlight washers, which are now available as part of Cold Weather Package II (which requires ordering of Cold Weather Package)
- New Premium Sound Package (SIRIUS 1 yr and premium hi-fi system)
- Sport Activity Packages (ZAP) now feature Anthracite headliner. 19" wheels (2A1 with all-season tires) now included for ZAP on xDrive35i

Stand-alone Options Changes:
- Heated front seats available as stand-alone option
- Heated steering wheel deleted as stand-alone option and offered in new Cold Weather Package
- 19" Style 309 wheels deleted as stand-alone option and offered in Sport Activity Package



MSRP Pricing (effective October 1, 2011):

Base (US entry):
x3 xDrive28i - $36,850
x3 xDrive35i - $42,400
* Destination & handling - $875


Packages:

ZAP - Sport Activity Package (xDrive28i) - $1,550
-- Sports leather steering wheel
-- 18" light alloy V spoke wheels - style 307 with all-season run-flat tires
-- Roof rails in aluminum satin
-- X-Line exterior trim package
-- Sports seats
-- Anthracite headliner

ZAP - Sport Activity Package (xDrive35i) - $1,750
-- 19" light alloy double spoke wheels - style 309 with all-season run-flat tires
-- Sport automatic transmission with shift paddles
-- Sports leather steering wheel with paddle shifters
-- Roof fails in Aluminum Satin
-- X-Line exterior trim package
-- Sports seats
-- Anthracite headeliner

ZCV - Convenience Package (xDrive28i) - $1,700
-- Power tailgate
-- Comfort Access keyless entry
-- Rear manual side window shades
-- Xenon headlights
-- Adaptive light control

ZCW - Cold Weather Package (xDrive28i / xDrive35i) - $700
-- Heated steering wheel
-- Split fold-down-rear seat
-- Heated front seats

ZCX - Cold Weather Package II (xDrive28i / xDrive35i) - $450
-- Heated rear seats
-- Retractable headlight washers
* ZCX requires ordering ZCW

ZMP - M Sport Package (xDrive28i) - $3,000
-- Sport suspension delete
-- 18" M light alloy star spoke wheels - style 368M with all-season run-flat tire
-- Performance Control
-- M Sport Package
-- High-gloss Roof Rails
-- Sport seats
-- Aerodynamic kit
-- Shadowline exterior trim
-- Anthracite headliner
* ZMP cannot be ordered with ZAP
* ZMP requires ordering ZPP

ZMP - M Sport Package (xDrive35i) - $3,000
-- Sport suspension delete
-- 19" M light alloy double spoke wheels - style 369M with all-season run-flat tire
-- Sport automatic transmission with shift paddles
-- Performance Control
-- M Sport Package
-- High-gloss Roof Rails
-- Sport seats
-- Aerodynamic kit
-- Shadowline exterior trim
-- Anthracite headliner
-- M Sports leather steering wheel with paddle shifters
* ZMP cannot be ordered with ZAP
* ZMP requires ordering ZPP

ZPP - Premium Package (xDrive28i) - $3,450
-- Universal garage-door opener
-- Panoramic moonroof
-- Auto-dimming interior and exterior mirrors
-- Auto-dimming rearview mirror
-- Lumbar support
-- Storage package
-- Ambience lighting
-- Nevada leather

ZPP - Premium Package (xDrive35i) - $3,450
-- Power tailgate
-- Universal garage-door opener
-- Comfort Access keyless entry
-- Rear manual side window shades
-- Auto-dimming interior and exterior mirrors
-- Auto-dimming rearview mirror
-- Lumbar support
-- Storage package
-- Ambience lighting
-- Nevada leather

ZPS - Premium Sound Package (xDrive28i / xDrive35i) - $950
-- Satellite radio with 1 year subscription
-- Premium hi-fi-system

ZTP - Technology Package (xDrive28i / xDrive35i) - $3,200
-- Rear View Camera with Top View
-- Park Distance Control
-- Navigation system
-- Online Information Services
-- BMW Assist with enhanced Bluetooth and USB
-- Real Time Traffic Information
* ZTP requires ordering ZPP

ZDH - Dynamic Handling Package (xDrive28i / xDrive35i) - $1,400
-- Dynamic Damper Control
-- Performance Control
-- Variable sport steering
* In combination with ZMP - $1,300

Options:
Rear-view camera - $400
Roof rails in Aluminum Satin - $250 (included in ZAP package)
Panoramic moonroof - $1,350 (included in xDrive28i ZPP package / standard in xDrive35i)
Cargo net - $180
Heated front seats - $500 (included in ZCW package)
Park Distance Control - $750 (included in ZTP package)
Xenon headlights - $900 (included in xDrive28i ZCV package / standard in xDrive35i)
Navigation system - $2,150 (included in ZTP package)
Sirius 1 year subscription - $350 (included in ZPS package)
BMW Assist with enhanced Bluetooth and USB - $650 (included in ZTP package)
BMW Apps - $250

Priority 1 Options:
-- Power Tailgate - $500 (included in xDrive28i ZCV package / xDrive35i ZPP package)
-- Comfort Access keyless entry - $500 (included in xDrive28i ZCV package / xDrive35i ZPP package)
-- Rear manual side window shades - $250 (included in xDrive28i ZCV package / xDrive35i ZPP package)
-- Split fold-down-rear seat - $200 (included in ZCW package)
-- Automatic high beams - $250 (requires ordering ZPP package)
-- Head-up Display - $1,300


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Jason,

Thanks. No mention of the N20. Is there a chance that it will still be included in the Sept/Oct change or are we looking at another 7 month wait and see???
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No mention of N20. Don't know when it may be included, sorry.
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Is it a typo?
12000$ for Head up display??
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Is it a typo?
12000$ for Head up display??
Oops, fixed -- $1,300 for HUD
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      08-04-2011, 02:21 PM   #6
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Wow! That's a lot of options!
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Thanks. No mention of the N20. Is there a chance that it will still be included in the Sept/Oct change or are we looking at another 7 month wait and see???
My Ca told me it will be for the 2013 or even 2014 model...the change for N20.
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Bummer about no N20. Wife needs a new car. Guess we'll hang on until next year for N20 X3, or X1 (even better).
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My Ca told me it will be for the 2013 or even 2014 model...the change for N20.
CA comments alone don't do a whole lot for me, but all these announcements with no mention of engine changes bothers me much more. So far, X1, Z4, and 528i getting the N20, the X3 should be next, just a matter of when.

Also, I see that the California EPA has only approved the N20 for the X1. So there should be something coming for Z4 and 528i. Hopefully the same announcement will include the X3.
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I see ambiance lighting is now included in ZPP, whereas it wasn't available at all before. Did they add that feature? That would be great if it is like the ambiance lighting in my F10. Getting ready to order an X3 for my wife.
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hmmm, well the stock market dropping 10% in the last two weeks has certainly changed my mind about some things! Things are looking pretty glim for the US (and globaly) I have a feeling X3 sales are going to drop off especially seen as they basically increased the base price in the US by $1350 by forcing options a lot of us wouldn't get (conv package now included in premium package which you have to get if you want SA or M package...) do the math on a 35i and most of you will be paying more for a 2012 than a 2011 because of the package changes. 28i hasn't changed but no new engine, might have to hang on to the old SUV till a 35d, new N20 engine, or Audi Q5 Hybrid comes out
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what exactly is the high gross instrument panel? anyone has a pic of it?
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The M sport package and the technology package both require the premium package. Looks like they want to force ordering more fully loaded vehicles.
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First post here, been reading the forum for a month now and it's full of great information. I'm going to order a X3 35i but I decided to hold out for a 2012. I plan I getting mine fairly loaded and with the new packages, It will work out better for me. I will get the 19" 309 rims, Anthracite headliner, Sirius radio, and floor mats for only $225 more than my 2011 build. Pretty decent amount of stuff for and extra $225.
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First post here, been reading the forum for a month now and it's full of great information. I'm going to order a X3 35i but I decided to hold out for a 2012. I plan I getting mine fairly loaded and with the new packages, It will work out better for me. I will get the 19" 309 rims, Anthracite headliner, Sirius radio, and floor mats for only $225 more than my 2011 build. Pretty decent amount of stuff for and extra $225.
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If the production for 2012 model starts in September, why does the pricing list have an effective date of October 1? Does it mean X3 produced in September will be a 2012 model but with 2011 model pricing?
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If the production for 2012 model starts in September, why does the pricing list have an effective date of October 1? Does it mean X3 produced in September will be a 2012 model but with 2011 model pricing?
I was told that some of that early production will be going to other markets and that US orders would not be delivered until 10/1
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still no multi-contour seats :-(
Too big (restrict rear leg room)

Too heavy (added weight affect fuel economy numbers)

Too expensive (not enough people prepared to put them on their options list for them to be economically viable)
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I placed my 2011 35i order two weeks ago and was told by my SA at the time 2012's would not be available for another 5-6 months. So is it safe to say the deliveries will actually begin 10/1. If so I'm going to see if I can have mine switched to a 2012 since I don't have a production number yet....does anyone know if that's possible?
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hmmm, well the stock market dropping 10% in the last two weeks has certainly changed my mind about some things! Things are looking pretty glim for the US (and globaly) I have a feeling X3 sales are going to drop off especially seen as they basically increased the base price in the US by $1350 by forcing options a lot of us wouldn't get (conv package now included in premium package which you have to get if you want SA or M package...) do the math on a 35i and most of you will be paying more for a 2012 than a 2011 because of the package changes. 28i hasn't changed but no new engine, might have to hang on to the old SUV till a 35d, new N20 engine, or Audi Q5 Hybrid comes out
With the US peso basically worthless BMW is better off selling them abroad anyway. X3 starts at $80K in China for example.

Any word on Canadian 2012 Pricing? I put an order in 2 weeks ago, still don't have a production number. I am fine with an '11 as I will keep the car for the long term, but with the Can $ well above par was wondering if there might be a price cut?
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