As Wagon Week comes to a close, we’ve got a little halfling. If you were to ask a layperson if a shooting brake was a wagon, they might say yes, and the hatch certainly taps into some of the same styling cues. Can we at least count them as longroofs? Regardless, I’ve made my love for the clownshoe known, and it’s looking like I better consider them a little more seriously as even S52-engined years are climbing in value. This is a clean example in Texas, but it’s not extraordinary and is a bit weak on description.
Click for details: 2000 BMW M Coupe on eBay
Model: M Coupe
Engine: S52B32 3.2 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 76,263 mi
2000 BMW Z3 M-COUPE IN TITANIUM SILVER METALLIC!
Here it is! An amazing car with tons of power/ fuel mileage etc. These cars are extremely fun to drive and turn heads!
CLEAN CARFAX / NO ACCIDENTS!
PREMIUM BLACK LEATHER INTERIOR!
EXTREMELY SMOOTH DRIVING!
PREMIUM WHEELS WITH NEAR NEW TIRES!
6-DISC CD CHANGER
ALL SERVICES UP TO DATE!
ABSOLUTELY A BLAST TO DRIVE!
EUROPEAN PERFORMANCE AT ITS BEST!
VERY RARE CAR! ONLY 363 TITANIUM SILVER M-COUPES PRODUCED!
I’ve never seen the M Coupe advertised for its fuel economy, and his claim of 26mpg is either a very conservative highway drive or plain old wishful thinking. The price is along those lines too but not as bad, as these cars really are being recognized as funky, great, analog future classics. It’s a good buy closer to $20k, but soon enough those begging for M Coupes won’t have the luxury to be hagglers.