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2008 BMW M5 Consumer Discussions

2008 BMW M5
Once you get your hands on a supercharged 556-horsepower 2009 Cadillac CTS-V, you know that you need a 500-hp 2008 BMW M5 with which to measure it. It's a matter of practical science....

I think your review needs to explain why the stick shift transmission was selected rather than the usual 7 speed automatic. The previous M5 has the worst transmission ever. After 100,000 miles and 2 c...

I can't see BMW using a V8 in this car personally. Motortrend reasoning was a V8 version of the new V10 going in the M5....

My previous e39 was an 2002 530 5spd and the current one is an M5, and I have always imagined I would at least need a 535i to feel comfortable in terms of power. However, the 528, even with Steptroni...

will not use the 500 hp engines from the current M5/M6 because torque and power are produced at rpm levels that are too high for an SUV. (That's why the old 400 hp M5 engine was not used in the 4.6is...

for those few that would really like to have an M5 but either can't quite afford one or just don't want something that "big." And the sedan actually outsold the M5 by a relatively good mar...

I note that for 2008 the BMW M5 posts EPA numbers of 11 city & 17 hwy....

I am negotiating a deal on a 2008 M5. it seems prices are dropping, the dealer has offered $7k below msrp. How much more room for negotiation is there? How much should I expect to pay for an extende...

"BMW has a tendency to announce their definite plans years in advance (see the new M5, M6, etc)."...

I sat in a 2008 M5 and the quality is first rate. I never drove one but how could it not be extremely competent and satisfying. The M3 impressed me the same....

I went to my dealer and priced out the 550i with ED at $60k, while the M5 was about $25k more - apples to apples, upgraded sound, etc. I drove the 550i and it was amazing. If they are planning to up...
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