If Nate’s story of E28 M5 ownership inspired you, but you missed days the cheap E28 M5s in reasonable shape, what are you to do? Well, the E34 is still fairly affordable if you want most of the same experience as the E28 with some updates and refinement (and, more weight); but the smart money right now is the E39 M5. With 400 horsepower, a 6-speed manual and a great looking shape, the E39 was an instant classic and raised the sports-sedan bar to a whole new level. For the first time, the U.S. got the full-fat M5, too – a nice change from the semi-diluted E28 and E34 models. Prices on these sedans have been hovering around the $20,000 mark for good examples but are continuing to slide; if you’re not looking for the best example, though, you can score some serious deals – such as today’s $5 short of $11,000 2000 example:
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2000 BMW M5 on eBay
Engine: 5.0 liter V8
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 106,000 mi
Price: $10,995 Buy It Now
You are bidding on a 2000 BMW M5, 400 horsepower, 6 speed transmission, giant brakes, the M5 is second to none, upwards of $80,000-$100,000 when new.. clean autocheck report posted below, very nice near perfect factory paint, original factory leather interior is also excellent, tires are new, wheels are almost perfect, with minor curb rash on rr wheel only, recent service, no issues to note, runs and drives perfect, no check engine light, power windows, power sunroof, power seats, ac, heat, sunshades, it all works.. clean well kept car, the performance of this car is exhilarating, an impressive automobile.. vanos and cooling system were just serviced, you can drive this car across country.. low miles, clean history, no rust, no accidents, no stories.. this is a very clean well kept M5, pictures speak louder than words..
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Does it have a few more miles than some other examples? Yes, and it’s half the price of many of the asks too. Personally, I can’t believe this car hasn’t sold. Condition, other than some stone chips and minor scratches, seems overall pretty good. There’s minor clouding on the headlights that could be corrected, but overall the exterior looks superior to most E39s these days. The interior, too, looks to be in good shape, with not much wear showing on the leather seats. No accidents, recent service, non-bald tires….I’m not sure what I’m missing, but this car looks like a screaming performance deal. What more could you want for $10,995?