Following a series of launches recently, BMW has released an updated price list with a few additional models which were not included in the previous announcement. This follows after a series of launches including the BMW X5 xDrive 45e, the BMW M8 Coupe and the M8 Gran Coupe, the X6 xDrive 40i M Sport, the 840i Gran Coupe M Sport, the X1 sDrive18i, the M135i xDrive, the X3M Competition and X4M Competition.

Prices for a few models remain unchanged. They include the M4, M5, M850i xDrive Coupe, both the X2 xDrive20i M Sport, the X2 M35i along with both the i8 Coupe and i8 Roadster. Newly included into the list are the 5-series models – the 520i, the 530i M Sport and 530e M Sport.

A noticeable price change can be seen with the BMW 630i GT M Sport. In the previous announcement, the 630i GT M Sport was priced at RM438,800 and with the Sales Tax Exemption, was RM430,800. It has dropped further to RM418,131.09 from RM430,800.

There are a few surprises with a few models though. The X1 sDrive20i M Sport introduced in January this year sees an increase in price, from RM225,410.37 to RM230,410.37. Both prices are inclusive of the Sales Tax Exemption.

The same goes for the X3 xDrive30i M Sport, now priced at RM324,164; up from RM319,164. The Z4 also sees an RM5,000 increase, from RM464,510 to RM469,510.

For the previous Sales Tax Exemption price list of BMW vehicles, click here.

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