BMW Australia has cut prices on the recently introduced M4 CS flagship, while also deleting the regular M4 variant to help streamline the range.
Yep, the new M4 CS isn’t priced from $211,610 as originally listed. BMW Australia has cut the price down to $189,900 (excluding on-roads). And it doesn’t matter if you’ve already pre-ordered one, the new price cut still applies.
Meanwhile, the M4 Pure remains the entry variant, featuring fewer high-end luxuries than the M4 Competition but the same performance credentials. The mid-spec M4 regular variant has been removed from the Aussie range, leaving the M4 Competition for the middle. Speaking about the changes, BMW Australia CEO Marc Werner said:
“We have been working hard behind the scenes to deliver strong pricing for our M vehicles. By introducing the M4 Pure local editions, we have made this core M car more accessible than ever. This new M pricing structure is a sensational early Christmas present for BMW M customers.”
To refreshed your memory, the regular M4 variants (Pure and Competition) come with a 3.0-litre twin-turbo inline six developing 331kW and 550Nm. In the M4 CS this is turned up to 338kW and 600Nm. As a result, the 0-100km/h time drops to 3.9 seconds in the CS, from 4.0 seconds (official claim).
The new pricing structure applies now, and is similar for the M3 sedan range too. The M4 Convertible is also available only in Competition form. See below for a snapshot of the pricing:
BMW M4 Pure – $139,900
BMW M4 Competition – $156,710
BMW M4 CS – $189,900