The market rate on these cars in 2016 is around $45,000+ for higher mileage cars and $85,000 for low mileage (under 70k). Edmonds needs to get with the actual market value on the BMW 850CSi. Only 225 were brought to the US. This car has a higher resale value than the 850Ci and 840Ci.
I've owned 2 850ci's. The CSi is what the 850 should have been. It still looks great on the road and I get asked all the time "is that the new one?" Timeless styling, superb handling, seat of the pants acceleration. This is my third E31 and I've already bought another one. Pricing guides are way off as I wouldn't sell this one for almost double what it is rated on here and KBB. Two thumbs up for this amazing car!
6 speed manual, constant looks from others, cool feature with windows that roll up automatically at 95 mph! Timeless styling.
If BMW ever makes another 8 series I hope they take it from where they left off and not try to reinvent a timeless classic.
The 8 Series line was one of the last
classic designs before BMWs ugly
design transformation. The 850CSi is
the BMW Motorsport ("M") version of the
8 Series. BMW only imported 225
850CSi's during model years 1994-95 to
I like the styling, the engineering,
and the build quality of the vehicle.
The car is sure-footed and goes from 0
to 60 in 5.8 seconds.
Annual maintenance runs about
$500/year. Insurance and license fees
have dropped to realistic levels; Parts
availability is excellent.
Since acquiring the 850CSi, I'm pleased
with its performance, value, and fun to