There’s always something really appealing to me about a Black E39 M5. In black I find these cars to be a bit more of a sleeper. The dark color provides a nice fit for its subtly aggressive styling, which masks the visual cues that make known the fantastic power lying just under the driver’s right foot. To the uninitiated it looks like any other 5-series sedan, but those who know which details to notice will understand immediately that this is not a car to take lightly. Here we have a Black on Black 2002 BMW M5 located in New Jersey that has seen a scant 21,000 miles. Prices on the E39 have begun to rise so a low-mileage, well-maintained example such as this one may have a decent shot of appreciating. We’ve certainly seen the insanity that surrounds the E30 M3 and given the pedigree of the E39 M5 the coming years may see a similar trajectory for those cars.
Engine: 4.9 liter V8
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 21,079 mi
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The downside of the rising market for these cars comes precisely when looking at a car such as this one. It appears to be in great shape and has low mileage, but it will come at a price at the top of the current market range. As a buyer, is this a car you’d want to purchase and then add a bunch of miles? While the list price here is too high (something just below $30K would seem more fitting), for $10-12K less you could probably get a M5 with around 60,000 miles and still have an excellent machine to drive and enjoy, without too much concern over depreciation. Collector vs. driver, it’s a tough decision. Either way, I love these cars in black and for any buyer with similar tastes this car should be worth a long look.