08 BMW M5 E60

Asked by Jan 09, 2017 at 02:12 PM about the 2008 BMW M5 Sedan

Question type: General

I just found a 08 BMW m5e60 took a look at it,
looks good from inside out test drive it love it, so
the car has 88k mils guys what do you think for
25.5k, the car base been take care off up to date,
let me know good buy or not.

4 Answers

111,105

As I tell everyone here on this site only buy only what you can afford to fix and the car will break. The maintenance and repairs is going to cost allot, perhaps you should look at a domestic car if buying used for cheaper costs or lease Hear are a few recalls on the cars: https://www.cars.com/recalls/bmw-m5-2008/

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111,105

I would do a car fax and I would have someone look over the cat that knows BMW's to make sure its in good running condition. Hate for you to send 25,000.00 and it's a POS !

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$25,500 seems steep to me. The car is 9 years old. Check the value on KBB.com. HTH. - Jim

You should buy my pristine 2002 E39 M5 for $35,000 instead. Just 28,000 miles, all records, books, keys. Never tracked, smoked, etc. Lived in Texas it's while life so no rust or wear,

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