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tcoke 08-01-2012 10:15 AM

Has Anyone Ordered a 2013 M5 Yet?
 
I currently dirve a 2009 335i Sedan and I'm seriously close to pulling the trigger on ordering a new 2013 M5. As of today, my local dealer is asking full MSRP with a $3K deposit upon placing order. They may be able to secure a September allocation for me if I order soon. I was curious if anyone has already pulled the trigger and ordered the new M5 or perhaps even taken delivery of one? Would also be curious to see what kind of pricing you received.

DaKoren 08-01-2012 09:01 PM

I've got one on a boat headed to the east coast as I type this. Unfortunately no one has taken delivery of one yet in the US as they are still sitting at the port waiting for EPA certification.

cmhsam 08-08-2012 06:37 PM

I pick mine up in Munich on 9/1

Stealth.Pilot 08-09-2012 11:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tcoke (Post 6984629)
I currently dirve a 2009 335i Sedan and I'm seriously close to pulling the trigger on ordering a new 2013 M5. As of today, my local dealer is asking full MSRP with a $3K deposit upon placing order. They may be able to secure a September allocation for me if I order soon. I was curious if anyone has already pulled the trigger and ordered the new M5 or perhaps even taken delivery of one? Would also be curious to see what kind of pricing you received.

Most people are paying MSRP. There were some good ED discounts, but those have gone away too, so its mostly US MSRP or ED MSRP. Some more rural dealers are giving small discounts. BMW also has a Loyalty rebate running and a BMW App test drive rebate.

poleposition 08-22-2012 12:53 PM

ED discounts still exist and what you can get from there depends on your relationship with your dealer. I pick up my car in Munich in October and from my experience, the difference in ED pricing is significant.

ROSSF10M5 09-01-2012 10:57 AM

Just picked up mine yesterday.... Paid full MSRP the way I ordered it... I did get a 750 loyalty rebate. Service is telling me I have to wait for 1200 miles before I can really drive it. So I am not sure how bad ass it is yet but love the look and feel of it.

AutoUnion 09-02-2012 09:33 AM

There's tons of these on the ground right now. I don't see why they would sell for MSRP. My local dealer has 5 M5s and 4 M6s. No way in hell they're getting MSRP for all of them.

ROSSF10M5 09-03-2012 10:42 AM

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Originally Posted by AutoUnion (Post 7048602)
There's tons of these on the ground right now. I don't see why they would sell for MSRP. My local dealer has 5 M5s and 4 M6s. No way in hell they're getting MSRP for all of them.


Not that I wouldn't want to save a few $$'s but I called 6 other dealers even after my M5 arrived (just the way I wanted it every option and an individual color) and the best I negotiated was 700 off MSRP for a unit they had on the lot. I only called California dealers as I didn't want to deal with the shipping etc. I have done that in the past for a couple K savings and ended up with an insurance claim. I will save those purchases for harder to find vehicles. Most dealers only have 1 or 2 so the dealer that has 5 you are talking about must be a huge dealership.

AutoUnion 09-03-2012 10:53 AM

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Originally Posted by ROSSF10M5 (Post 7050375)
Not that I wouldn't want to save a few $$'s but I called 6 other dealers even after my M5 arrived (just the way I wanted it every option and an individual color) and the best I negotiated was 700 off MSRP for a unit they had on the lot. I only called California dealers as I didn't want to deal with the shipping etc. I have done that in the past for a couple K savings and ended up with an insurance claim. I will save those purchases for harder to find vehicles. Most dealers only have 1 or 2 so the dealer that has 5 you are talking about must be a huge dealership.

Yeah, I think they're the largest volume dealer in the Northeast. Not shocking that they get so many

AutoUnion 09-03-2012 10:55 AM

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Originally Posted by ROSSF10M5 (Post 7047365)
Just picked up mine yesterday.... Paid full MSRP the way I ordered it... I did get a 750 loyalty rebate. Service is telling me I have to wait for 1200 miles before I can really drive it. So I am not sure how bad ass it is yet but love the look and feel of it.

Does this mean that ED people cant drive it flat out until they come back here or can a EU dealer take care of the first service?

Kilani 09-03-2012 06:29 PM

Hi just got my 2013 m5 I ordered it 5 months ago and it was frustrating. They don't go down 1 penny especially if you want it ASAP or now. I paid 117000 of course full options. I managed to get a good deal on tire and rim insurance for 1200 for 5 years and free mats because I asked hehe. It's worth every penny . I named mine the BeAST

Kilani 09-03-2012 06:31 PM

They want u to wait until 1200 miles because they are worried about the warranty and it's always better for the car especially if you don't buy it and lease it.

pa50i 09-03-2012 06:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Kilani (Post 7051173)
Hi just got my 2013 m5 I ordered it 5 months ago and it was frustrating. They don't go down 1 penny especially if you want it ASAP or now. I paid 117000 of course full options. I managed to get a good deal on tire and rim insurance for 1200 for 5 years and free mats because I asked hehe. It's worth every penny . I named mine the BeAST

Free mats. That's hilarious.

Color? (the car, not the mats)

Kilani 09-03-2012 07:14 PM

Those winter mats are like 300 usd hehe figured ill try to get whatever i could since they wouldn't budge. Sick silver stone metallic. Couldn't of picked a nice color. At night the color of the car looks
A dark bullet color somewhat dark grayish or
Mat and during the day a ski blue
Or
Silverish color it depends on the weather. Nothing like driving the double
Clutch unbelievable. I had the 2002 generation m5 this is a more advanced version of that beast... **** the Cadillac I
Don't understand how people can compare the 2... Nothing like driving a Beemer .

shaftdrive 09-05-2012 06:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Kilani (Post 7051256)
Nothing like driving a Beemer .

Gentle hint.

You never drive a beemer; you drive a bimmer: You RIDE a beemer!

Kilani 09-05-2012 07:49 PM

Whatever way is good for u.
I preffer it my way !

HokieXDriver 09-08-2012 03:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AutoUnion (Post 7050395)
Does this mean that ED people cant drive it flat out until they come back here or can a EU dealer take care of the first service?

You can't really drive any new BMW flat out for the first 2,000km (about 1,200 miles). That's one of the reasons I'm not too keen on ED. You are limited to 100mph during that break-in period. 100mph sounds like a lot, but on the autobahn you will be passed like you are stopped at a red light. So unless you're planning a lot of driving over there, I personally don't see the value, but obviously many people get value or the program wouldn't exist.

Kilani 09-08-2012 03:25 PM

What is ED? I've already done 120 mph on the car and it has 450 miles on it. Will pitting it in sport hurt the cars future performance or does the dealer just want me to take care of the car more since its on warranty? Will going a little fast and revving it a little hurt the car before the 1200 miles?

HokieXDriver 09-08-2012 03:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Kilani (Post 7061883)
What is ED? I've already done 120 mph on the car and it has 450 miles on it. Will pitting it in sport hurt the cars future performance or does the dealer just want me to take care of the car more since its on warranty? Will going a little fast and revving it a little hurt the car before the 1200 miles?

ED = European Delivery.

BMW recommends you don't exceed 100mph in the first 1,200 miles. It's a recommendation but I doubt you will do damage at 120mph. Now, if you constantly redline it, that would be a different story.

Edit: Another reason to limit speeds is that your tires are new and need to break in just like the engine. This is true every time you buy new tires. They have much less grip when they're brand new.

Kilani 09-08-2012 03:33 PM

Thank you. Should i leave it on regular driving
Options? Or is it ok to put the car in standard M1 mode?
If you have any other recommendations please do not hesitate to tell me.
Thank you for your comments

5seriesHB 10-13-2012 08:25 AM

Recommendation
Don't drive it before getting the oil pump replaced!

Dak74 11-22-2012 11:54 PM

I found a few dealers in kentucky that would sell me a m5 for $4000 to 5000 off the sticker plus the 2000.00 holiday rebate they are not selling as everyone thought they would. One dealer has one since sept and still has it lists for 107000. But both of these dealers are very small.

Dak74 11-22-2012 11:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tcoke (Post 6984629)
I currently dirve a 2009 335i Sedan and I'm seriously close to pulling the trigger on ordering a new 2013 M5. As of today, my local dealer is asking full MSRP with a $3K deposit upon placing order. They may be able to secure a September allocation for me if I order soon. I was curious if anyone has already pulled the trigger and ordered the new M5 or perhaps even taken delivery of one? Would also be curious to see what kind of pricing you received.

Go to bowling green ky good discount

whiteonredM6 11-26-2012 09:35 AM

I was able to get 5% off from MSRP.

s4play 11-27-2012 11:57 AM

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Originally Posted by Dak74 (Post 7209726)
I found a few dealers in kentucky that would sell me a m5 for $4000 to 5000 off the sticker plus the 2000.00 holiday rebate they are not selling as everyone thought they would. One dealer has one since sept and still has it lists for 107000. But both of these dealers are very small.

Do they still have any cars available? Or allocations?

I'll gladly fly out there and drive it home for that kind of discount! :thumbup:

thanks for sharing


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