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2016 BMW i Series Pricing and Specs

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2016 BMW i Series
Pricing from

$33,100 to 166,650

Based on third party pricing data

The BMW i Series 2016 prices range from $33,100 for the basic trim level Hatchback i Series I3 to $166,650 for the top of the range Coupe i Series I8 Hybrid.

The BMW i Series 2016 comes in Coupe and Hatchback.

The BMW i Series 2016 is available in Hybrid with Premium Unleaded and Electric. Engine sizes and transmissions vary from the Hatchback — 1 SP Automatic to the Coupe 1.5L 6 SP Automatic.

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Coupe

BMW i Series Models SPECS PRICE
I8 Hybrid 1.5LHybrid with Premium Unleaded6 speed automatic $131,800 – 166,650

Hatchback

BMW i Series Models SPECS PRICE
I3 Electric1 speed automatic $33,100 – 43,340
I3 Hybrid Hybrid with Premium Unleaded1 speed automatic $36,600 – 47,410
* Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price

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BMW i Series 2016 FAQs

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  • Range rating for electric cars?

    We're at the dawn of the electric era and waiting for an official global standard. It's not about charging the batteries but the range you get for the charge. A simple standard is being developed in Europe. I can recall the confusion when we switched away from the imperial miles per gallon standard in Australia - the economy number got smaller instead of larger when expressed in L/100 km.

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