Used 2008 BMW M5 Pricing


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2008 Highlights

The 2008 BMW M5 receives minor changes this year in line with the regular 5 Series. Styling changes are subtle, while the interior has been more significantly upgraded. Door handles and window switches have been relocated for improved ergonomics, and the much-maligned iDrive system gets six programmable memory keys.

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Pros

  • Spectacularly powerful V10, extremely well-balanced chassis, modern driver-focused cabin, excellent build quality, phenomenal resale value.

Cons

  • SMG transmission not always perfectly smooth or responsive in hard driving, overwhelmed manual transmission, we still don't like iDrive.

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Used 2008 BMW M5 for Sale

BMW M5 2008 4dr Sedan (5.0L 10cyl 7AM) Silverstone Metallic Black premium leather49,363 miles
Used 2008BMW M5Base
List:$26,700
Est.Loan: $486/mo
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Can NOT go back
I have owned an M-5 for about 6 months now. I can say, I cannot go back to an "ordinary" BMW. The car is the most fun thing one can do with shoes on. It does drive a bit jerky at slow speeds, but I will say, it was not meant to go at slow speeds!. On a serios note, the SMG takes a little bit getting used to. I find manual to be a lot smoother. The only down side it gas milage, I am aroung 14.6-15 mpg. But it makes a statement, and turns heads whereever it goes. I love the growl it makes when I downshift. For all the folks who want an M experience, once you drive one, you cannot go back!
Oh My...
I have owned an NSX, S2000, E46 M3, Porsche TT, and F360, however nothing compares to the new M5. Simply amazing. Power everwhere, handling like no other, and space for 5. Simply amazing.
No More 2nd Thoughts Part 2
I have now owned the M5 for 4 months and it is pretty much broken in. I love it! I told myself min miles ~6-8k a year, but I have to drive it everyday! I just get a big smile on my face every time I get into it! Gas mileage update - I have a 25 mile drive to work everyday on a 45mph road w/ about 30 stop lights (that I constantly get caught at). I mostly drive in 400 hp (D1), but I let the 500hp monster go quite frequently (S4)- say 5 times a day (I'm gonna need new tires soon $$). With that, my avg gas mileage is better than when I first got it (see my first review) - 17mpg or ~330-350 miles before I fill it up.