Base price for the 2.0L turbo starts at $38,990, which includes a standard six-speed automatic transmission, Brembo brakes, 18″ polished aluminum wheels, push-button start and a nine-speaker Bose stereo system. The “base” seems like a lot of car for the money, but check a few more option boxes such as the Performance or Premium trim, and you’ve just climbed nearly $10,000 more. Rust belt residents, don’t forget to check the All-Wheel-Drive system for another $3,000.
Base price for the 3.6L V6 engine starts at $46,145, but comes standard with the technology you would expect from the CUE system, LED mood lighting and front and rear parking assistance. With every option checked, the grand total comes out to a rather pricey $52,430 and that excludes destination fees. What that does buy you, though, is one of the sweetest feeling chassis on the market, and very handsome styling.
Give the configurator a go if you’re looking to keep up with the neighbor’s shiny new 4-Series coupe in the driveway.