BMW car prices in India have become dearer by INR 60,000 to INR 3,80,000 across its portfolio. The new price hike is effective from 8th April 2021. The brand could have increased the prices due to the rise in the input costs as well as the weakening of the Indian Rupee.
BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe
The BMW 220i M Sport gets a price hike of INR 60,000 than before the BMW 220d Sportline is now INR 80,000 costlier. The price on the BMW 220i Sport however remains the same.
BMW 3 Series
The BMW 330i M Sport and 320d Luxury Edition are now dearer by INR 60,000 on the ex-showroom price. The BMW 330i Sport gains INR 100,000 on the ex-showroom price.
The BMW X1 sDrive20i xLine is now INR 90,000 more expensive than before and the X1 sDrive20d XLine gets a price hike of INR 110,000. The X1 sDrive20i SportX trim now costs INR 130,000 more than the ex-showroom price.
The BMW xDrive30i Luxury Line gets a price hike of INR 90,000 on the ex-showroom price. While the X3 xDrive30i SportX is now INR 100,000 dearer than before. The diesel variant xDrive20d Luxury Line is also INR 120,000 more expensive than before.
The BMW X4 xDrive30i M SportX costs INR 80,000 more on the ex-showroom price while the BMW X4 xDrive30d M SportX variant is INR 100,000 more than before.
The BMW X5 xDrive40i M Sport is dearer by INR 60,000 and the X5 xDrive30d SportX and the X5 xDrive30d xLine variants now cost INR 100,000 more on the ex-showroom price.
The biggest price change is for the BMW X7. The BMW X7 xDrive40i M Sport is now INR 250,000 more expensive than the predecessor. The BMW X7 DPE variant now costs INR 290,000 more than before and the X7 DPE Signature costs a whopping INR 380,000 more on the ex-showroom price.