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BMW Announces Price Rise For 2010 Lineup

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2010 BMW ActiveHybrid X6

2010 BMW ActiveHybrid X6

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Another year, another price rise, this time, for BMW's 2010 range of vehicles. The price rise is tiny, however, at just 0.4% per vehicle, plus a $50 addition to the destination fee, raising it to $875. Prices go into effect January 1, 2010.

The prices announced for the 2010 ActiveHybrid X6, 2011 ActiveHybrid7 and 2010 550i Gran Turismo already take the price rise into account, so they won't be seeing another 0.4% increase. The ActiveHybrid X6 and 550i Gran Turismo are already on sale, but the ActiveHybrid 7 won't hit the streets until the second quarter of 2010, according to BMW.

The rest of the lineup, however, is due to rise about $200-400 come January 1, so if you've got a hankering for a BMW, now's the time to buy and save enough for a nice little trip in your new set of wheels.

Check out these reports to find out more about the ActiveHybrid X6 or ActiveHybrid7, and don't miss our first drive review of the hybrid X6. For the 550i Gran Turismo, read our first-drive review here.

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  1. The people that are buying 750's are not really concerned with the price increase. At a couple of the BMW dealerships near me, 750's have been sold out for more than five months.
     
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  2. Anyone buying any BMW (or any car really) isn't concerned with those increases. When you're paying tens of thousands of dollars for a vehicle a couple hundred just doesn't rate.
     
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