Correct, they will not CPO or extend warranty/maintenance on any 2006 and up M5. I am not sure if the reason has been brought up here before.so are you saying that BMW simply won't CPO any M5s? Is that true? I have never heard that before.
Why won't they? (is it because they suck and BMW knows they will lose money by CPOing the cars, or is there some other reason?) :dunno:
Tribeca, E60 M5 has naturally aspirated V-10, no supercharger.... not yet.How has the supercharger been on the car? High-maintenance? It's such a nice car. I'm getting sick of finding parking with my 7 series. I guess it serves me right for being a 'real' new yorker and driving a 7. I just love the drive out to long island during the summer ;-)
There are some awesome used M5 deals out there. I just bought one.
If you don't want to take the M5 plunge and want a fast M3. I'm selling my Supercharged E46 / M3:
quoted the post about the SC car.Tribeca, E60 M5 has naturally aspirated V-10, no supercharger.... not yet.
5.0-liter, V-10 engine, 500 hp
High performance from high-speed engines: that's the philosophy of BMW M. This compact, high-revving, V-10 power unit develops enormous thrust and muscle that's always on tap. At 5.0 liters of displacement and 500 horsepower, the V-10 produces 100 horsepower per liter - a remarkable feat for a naturally aspirated production engine. And its power-to-weight ratio of one horsepower per each eight pounds is a figure more representative of a racecar than one you'd have in your driveway.