BMW will probably not adjust any pricing. Your local governmental taxes might be adjusted though - as in Denmark. They already know the rates for 2022 in Denmark - and as they know my car will be delivered in 2022 the price simply follows the 2022 schedule. In case your country will adjust some taxes before you get your delivery - you will probably suffer from that (depending on which way they adjust )I notice there are many people here with newer BMWs. Will BMW in any circumstance increase the price on existing orders if the prices go up from the factory? The contract I wrote with the dealer does allow a price adjustment, but it seems that acting on it will put the brand in a pretty bad light.
I hope BMW isn't like Mercedes at this.BMW will hardly increase the base price before a single car has been delivered.
Same here - also DK.When I ordered my M50 in Denmark a few weeks back, I was told that the prices announced was for 2022. Last week, a salesperson from another BMW dealership confirmed that there would be no price increase for 2022, so fairly sure that prices will stay put.