CANBERRA – BMW Group Australia has cut prices on North American-built vehicles inline with the Jan. 1 introduction of the free trade agreement between Australia and the U.S. The pricing for the Z4 Roadster, built at BMW’s Spartanburg, SC, plant has been revised to A$74,500 ($56,863) for the 5-speed 2.5L model. BMW Roadster will cost less. The X3 midsize SUV’s base price is A$63,900 ($48,762) for the 2.5L with 6-speed manual transmission, and the X5 SUV starts at A$79,900 ($61,900). ...
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