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BMW Malaysia’s price list for 2017 is out, and while prices for some models are unchanged, certain models have sticker prices that are slightly higher, by up to RM6,000.

Models that see a price hike include the BMW 118i Sport (up RM3k to RM176,800), 318i Luxury (up RM3k to RM205,800) and the X1 sDrive20i (up RM2k to RM230,800), all locally assembled. The entire CBU 4 Series range consisting of the 420i Coupe, 430i Coupe and 430i Gran Coupe sees an increase of RM2k.

Elsewhere, buyers of the M2 and M4 will have to fork out an extra RM6k, which should be “small change” when the coupes are priced at RM504,800 and RM746,800, respectively. Owners of the 330i M Sport, your tasty sport sedan is now limited edition, as the variant has been dropped from the local line-up.

In 2016, BMW introduced new and lower prices for the 1 Series, 3 Series and X1 SUV, which were among CKD models that received Energy Efficient Vehicle (EEV) status.