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      07-26-2018, 03:42 PM   #23
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Not seeing the M3 on that list—are they not going to continue that line?
There will be no MY19 M3. Next generation M3 (G80) is believed to arrive as a MY20.
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      07-26-2018, 04:11 PM   #24
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Not seeing the M3 on that list—are they not going to continue that line?
F80 ends production simultaneously with F30, just like it has always been with M cars and their base models.
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      07-26-2018, 05:03 PM   #25
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F80 ends production simultaneously with F30, just like it has always been with M cars and their base models.
When does production officially end on the F80?
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      07-26-2018, 05:12 PM   #26
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Didn't see X3M on there...hmmm
The X3 M will be one of the many M products launching in 2019 for MY2020.
Gotcha....perfect timing. Lease ends '19.
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When does production officially end on the F80?
October.
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      07-26-2018, 05:50 PM   #28
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October.
October 1, or through the end of October? Thanks!
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October 1, or through the end of October? Thanks!
Yeah, I was wondering the same. So EOP for the F80 is 10/18 so I understand that as they stop making it in October. Do they stop making the F80 October 1 or 31st? So there could potentially be lots of deliveries of the last batch of cars in the end of this year in November and December right?
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8month production for the i3.... I wonder if it will get the 120ah (44kw) battery upgrade this november.
Yes it does.
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October 1, or through the end of October? Thanks!
And there I was thinking only Tesla customers needed spreadsheets to track production.
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And there I was thinking only Tesla customers needed spreadsheets to track production.
Just trying to see what the latest possible date one could order....
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No 8 series?
Read the OP carefully.

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M8?
The M8 is not a MY2019 product. It will not debut until late next year.
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Just trying to see what the latest possible date one could order....
Then you need to know the last day for ordering, not the end of production.
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Hmmm, MY2018 M4 ends production next February. Interesting. Does it imply the end of the F8X M4?
I'm perplexed by the 4 series (particularly the F82) EOP for 2019.

Anyone have any insight into why February?

I was also under the impression that the F82 was gonna go till 2020.
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Just trying to see what the latest possible date one could order....
I would do it sooner than later, they already pulled the plug on some options.
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I'm perplexed by the 4 series (particularly the F82) EOP for 2019.

Anyone have any insight into why February?
I'm just guessing, but I think they simply want to keep MY2019 to 12 months. And, rather than having the M4 on a different schedule again, they end it at the same time so everything starts at the same time for MY2020.

It isn't uncommon for a model year to go longer than 12 months, but they seem to try to limit them to 12. Of course, in the final year of production for a generation, it often goes over. So, assuming the predicted dates hold for the end of these models' lifespans, we will see MY2020 for the 4 Series and M4 go from March 2019 until June 2020 for the coupes and until October 2020 for the convertibles.
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With the rest of the 2019 X3 G01 gasoline models in production, has anyone seen updated info on when the hybrid comes out?
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I'm perplexed by the 4 series (particularly the F82) EOP for 2019.

Anyone have any insight into why February?
I'm just guessing, but I think they simply want to keep MY2019 to 12 months. And, rather than having the M4 on a different schedule again, they end it at the same time so everything starts at the same time for MY2020.

It isn't uncommon for a model year to go longer than 12 months, but they seem to try to limit them to 12. Of course, in the final year of production for a generation, it often goes over. So, assuming the predicted dates hold for the end of these models' lifespans, we will see MY2020 for the 4 Series and M4 go from March 2019 until June 2020 for the coupes and until October 2020 for the convertibles.
Thank you. Makes sense. I was getting worried as I want to do one more ED on an F82 next summer.
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So does this mean that MY2020 4 Series Convertibles will be the same as 2019...i.e.(F33) and not G23?

My 2016 lease is up on 2/19 but I would wait for the next gen if the 2020 SOP was only 1 month away.
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My2019 F82 Eop 2/19

Question - why do we think the MY2019 F82/F83 will have only a 8mos run?

In prior threads it sounded like the F82 would continue through MY2020. Does that still seem to be the case?

Just wondering if its worth waiting to see if they will do any MY2020 tweaks to the car or if MY19 and MY20 are going to be pretty much identical?

Perhaps the M4 Competition (like what they are doing with the M2?)

Considering ordering a MY2019 (selling my MY2015) - but now just curious as to what BMW's plans are with such a short model run through February 2019
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