Just like SUVs have proliferated the production runs everywhere, a new trend has also recently popped up in the German dealerships; multiple configurations of the same car. Go to BMWâ€™s website, and you can configure 8 different SUVs of course, but then you also have the option for the sedan, coupe, convertible, and â€˜Gran Coupeâ€™ forms of several series. They range from the Mini-based 2-Series in front-drive (whoâ€™d have thunk it?) through the range-topping M8 Gran Coupe. These start at $137,000 before you start adding in options. You’d assume the Isle of Man Green Metallic paint would be expensive, but it was actually a no-cost option! One heck of a deal is the Driving Assistance Package, which gives you lane departure warning, active blind spot monitoring, parking assistance, and a surround-view camera system – all for $100! More expensive is the “Pro” version, which adds in active driving assistance and traffic jam assistance for $1,700. Heated front and rear seats were another $350, Bowers & Wilkins sound was $3,400, and a few more optional accessories brought the MSRP up to $142,275 here. But with just 1,800 miles, you can have this one at a discount!
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2023 BMW M8 Competition Gran Coupe on eBay
Model: M8 Competition Gran Coupe
Engine: 4.4 liter twin-turbocharged V8
Transmission: 8-speed automatic
Mileage: 1,800 mi
Location:Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Price: $129,500 Buy It Now
Lease assumption through BMW financial
Current miles: 1,780
Lease terms: 36 months/ 10k miles per year
Months remaining: 33 months
Miles allowance per month: 900
Current lease payment: $1,985.83 (NET OF TAX)
** assuming party pays $500 BMW transfer fee
**assuming party pays $5,500 down payment to me directly
**assuming party arranges transport
Outright purchase through my BMW dealer that I leased it from, they can also assist with financing if needed.
Purchase price is $129,500 + tax
**purchasing party arranges transport
2023 BMW M8 Competition Gran Coupe finished in spectacular Isle of Man Green Metallic with Silverstone extended leather interior.
This was a special order color combo and took 5 months to arrive. Car is basically new, meticulously maintained absolutely perfect, no marks, dings dents or scratches. Never smoked in, eaten in and always adult driven. This M8GC is absolutely loaded with a $142,275 MSRP.
Options include DRIVING ASSISTANT PACKAGE: parking assist plus, active blind spot detection, lane departure warning, active park distance control, surround view w/ 3D view. DRIVING ASSISTANCE PRO PACKAGE: active driving assistant pro extended traffic jam assistant. OPTIONS: Comfort access keyless entry, M seat belts, Apple CarPlay, remote start, M sport exhaust system, 20â€ M star black gloss wheels, M sport differential, M shadow line lights, M compound brakes, front and rear heated seats, heated front armrests, carbon fiber trim, active guard, Icon adaptive LED with laser light, connected package pro, Bowers & Wilkins sound, wireless charging, live cockpit pro, competition package, extended shadow line trim, Alcantara headliner, all-weather floor mats, satellite radio, etc. Assuming party is more than welcome to come and inspect the car, alternatively, a full video or FaceTime would be available as well.
I really like the color combination, but I can’t help but think that these are just really expensive Dodge Charger SRTs. They’re undoubtedly more luxurious and better built, but the aesthetic is remarkably similar. This one is well spec’d and it’s nice to see that the asking price is below MSRP – that feels rare today on lightly used cars – but it’s not where I’d drop my $130,000, were I to have that money. For that amount you can get a lightly used Bentley Flying Spur, which may somehow be less ostentatious. In all honesty, I hope the price of the current-generation Flying Spur keeps falling, because owning one of those seems to be a much more exciting proposition than an M8.