Nobody got ED invoice. Some of us got ED invoice + 1000. But also virtually no one buys a base M5. You at least get the convenience package, and usually the DA package, full leather and the 20" wheels. So with that spec it is a 90k car at ED invoice. Mine was 97k adding B&O and Individual.
Originally Posted by smashhell
That's the thing though.
Many people who do early ED got the ED invoice price. Which is $76900.
That means the M5 was no longer a $90k or $100k car.
It means you can get the M5 at the same price as the cheapest 6 series or 7 series.
And that makes a difference.
Most people spent 86k-95k plus taxes. Not 77k.
2013 ///M5 Individual Monte Carlo Blue, Platinum Full Individual Merino, Platinum Alcantara, Piano Black, Exec Pkg, Drivers assistance pkg, Bang and Olufsen, 20" wheels, Eisenmann Sport, STIR+, LI Quad HP