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  • 11-10-2006, 03:36 PM
    pmiranda

    That does seem like alot of miles, but warranty...

    seems like it would alleviate that quite a bit. Find out the details... what's not covered by that warranty?<img src="http://members.roadfly.org/pmiranda/TMCM_anim.gif">
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  • 11-06-2006, 02:01 PM
    nicegsxr

    Re: Buying M5, is this a good deal??

    Don't do it on such a high mileage car. The M5 is way more expensive to maintain then a non M, especially at those miles, alot of parts can go wrong. 33k can get you a decent low mileage 2000 or 2001. Why settle for one with 90k??? Goto www.M5board.com and do more research alot of valueable resources there. Good luck!
  • 11-05-2006, 02:51 AM
    bmwfann

    Buying M5, is this a good deal??

    2002 M5 Orient Blue, carmel leather, 91k miles, new clutch, including tax and 3 year/36k mile warranty with $250 deductible out the door for $33k.

    I've had 540 6-speed with 150k miles so I'm used to the maintenance and I don't think it will be much more to maintain a M5.

    Currently own a 2001 740i sport dark grey/black fully loaded with widescreen nav., heated seats and rear shades. Anyone interested in a trade plus cash for M5 let me know.

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