Seller offering a 2013 BMW M5 with 58,917 miles for 37,980. What’s the big deal about the M5? It’s all about the 4.4-liter twin turbo V8 that generates 500 ft-lb of torque, 560 hp and a 0-60 that Car & Driver reported to be under 4 seconds. Seller says this example is accident free and is in pristine condition. Options include night vision with human recognition, 20″ “M” star-spoke allow wheels, launch control heads-up display, 3D navigation, merion leather interior, massage seats, heated & cooled front seeats, heated rear seats, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and Alcantara headliner. Spec’ed out, seller reports a initial sticker price of $112,000. You can even put a car seat in the back.
The only option we are not certain about is the audio system – if you don’t just want to roll down the windows and listen to the exhaust note. The M5’s premium Bang & Olufsen 12-speaker system is reported to be superb.
The M5 can be equipped with either a 6-speed manual transmission or a dual-clutch 7-speed automatic-manual transmission with paddle shifters. The decision between manual and automatic has become a focal point of buying decisions. Do you choose the more engaged driving experience of a manual or the better performing automatic? If you ask us, it’s a head versus the heart decision that has no right or wrong answer. We’re sure that the driving experience of either in this M5 would exceed all expectations.
This 2013 BMW M5 is for sale in Olathe, Kansas. Check out seller’s listing at Classic Cars for full details and contact information