The new generation of the BMW 3-Series F30 has recently been launched in Australia and the starting price for the premium sedan has been set at AUD56, 400.
After the German based automaker has announced back in December 2011 that the new generation of the BMW 3-Series F30 will be available in Australia at a starting price of AUD60,900, the company has apparently changed its mind and it’s now announcing that the model will be available from AUD56,400. This isn’t actually a mistake because the entry-level version will be the 318d, unlike the 320d which was announced for 60k AUD above.
The 320d has a starting price of 60,900 AUD and it’s coming with the 2.0 liter diesel engine which is burning an average of 4.5 liters of fuel every 100 km, while generating 135 kW and having a peak torque of 380 Nm. The mid-level 328i, and one of the most expected models, can be bought for 66,900 AUD and this will come with 180 kW and 350 Nm of torque, doing an average of 100 km with just 6.3 liters of fuel.
Last but not least, BMW is offering the 335i as the top of the line in Australia, at least until the new generation of the M3 will make its way onto the market. The BMW 335i can be bought for 91.900 AUD, which is actually 15 percent less than the model it replaces. The BMW 335i is coming with 225 kW and a peak torque of 400 Nm. The 320d, 328i and the 335i are already available for order in Australia but the entry-level 318d, along with the 320i, will be available in March.