Yes, that is true about the E60 M-Sport cars. While I was doing some research in the 5Series.net forum about my sale, E60s with M-Sport Package get more hits then non-sport. I was looking at the used E60 market in the NJ area and not much with M-Sport package. I can't say the same for the F10 M-Sport. I see them all over in central Jersey.
Originally Posted by Robert A
Yes I am a CPA.
The dealer made a statement that M-Sport cars carry significantly extra value in the used car marketplace relative to Sport. I'm questioning the group if this is true because it will play into my own estimate of future value.
This car has nav, PDC, sports auto, M-Sport, Value (which includes leather). The only common feature missing is Premium. MSRP is around 59.5k.
The car will run about $40k with tax. If it's worth $22k in 3 years (which is really a guess based on my '07), then the monthly cost at 0.9% interest is $523/month, which doesn't seem like a terribly good deal relative to buying new.
Surprise you didn't went with the year-end 24 month lease special on the 2013 535 M-Sport. You could've gotten one from Jon for about $550 with 7 MSD.
GL with your purchase
2013 550ix M Sport - AW/Black
2013 X5 50i M Sport - Carbon Black/Cinn (Wife)
2010 550i M Sport - AW/Black (Sold)
2007 530i Sport - AW/Auburn ED on 2/19/07 (Retired)
2001 740iL Sport - Anthracite/Beige (Retired)