The mechmarketplace.com has just released a report about how much it costs to maintain the latest generation of the BMP-2, which is the US-produced variant of the popular BMP1.
The BMP2s main rival in the battle for market share is the Russian-made Spetsnaz-produced S-100M, but the BMD-2s price is just $50k, which means the BM-2 is cheaper than its competitor in almost every way.
But what about the other mechs that are also selling for a lot of money?
The most expensive mech is the C-3PO, which comes in at a hefty $5m.
This is actually not too surprising, as the C3PO is the “biggest single-seater combat aircraft in the world.”
It is also the most expensive “military” mech in the entire game.
It is a highly-advanced combat machine, and while it is only one of many variants of the mech, it has the highest price tag at $8m.
Other variants, such as the BTR-70, are cheaper than the C1PO, but only at $4m.
Even though the CPO is expensive, it is still the cheapest mech, and it is not a bad mech at all.
The other mech in this list is the AV-8B Harrier, which has a price tag of $4.5m, which might be a bit high.
The AV-7B Harriers main rival is the MiG-21, which retails for $3.6m.
The MiG is a multi-role fighter that can engage in air-to-air, air-ground, and ground-to