Bavarian brand joins its arch-rival in adjusting price and spec levels of key models due to global chip shortage
BMW Australia has joined its most direct competitor Mercedes-Benz in adjusting the price and equipment levels of some of its most popular models due to the global semi-conductor shortage.
The German car-maker has confirmed to carsales that it has been forced to “temporarily revise the specification of certain models” and has adjusted pricing accordingly.
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