New two-door will cost around £1000 more than its three-door sibling; on sale November
5 September 2007

BMW has inadvertently let slip the pricing for its forthcoming new 1-series Coupe, which goes on sale in November.According to figures on the firm's British website, the two-door 1-series will start at £21,585 for the 175bhp 120d ES Coupe. That's a premium of £940 over the three-door 120d ES and £1170 over the five-door.Prices rise to £23,025 for the 120d SE and £24,705 for the 120d M-Sport.Two other versions will be available from launch; the 201bhp 123d (£24,855 for the SE, £26,290 for the M-Sport) and the turbocharged six-cylinder 135i M-Sport, at £29,745.

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BMW 1 Series

A final facelift for the rear-wheel drive BMW 1 Series, as it aims to take class honours from the formidable Audi A3 and the Mercedes-Benz A-Class

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