BMW prices the new 7-series, raises prices across the board


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The all-new BMW 7-series just made its official debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November, and today BMW announced pricing for the 750i and 750Li models, which start at $81,125 and $85,025 respectively.

That represents an increase of $3,500 on the 750i and $4,300 for the 750Li, or about 5% each. The rest of BMW's lineup gets a much smaller price rise of about 0.7% starting in January 2009. The all-new 7-series is already in production and will be hitting U.S. dealership floors in Q1 2009.

BMW's recently launched 335d and xDrive35d are already reaching dealerships around the nation. As of January 1, 2009, the 335d will start at $43,900, or $3,600 more than the 335i. The X5 xDrive35d will share a similar price gap from the xDrive30i model, at $51,200 or $3,700 more. The popular 135i coupe will start at $35,850.

For more on the all-new 7-series, read our original story here.

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