Discussion in 'M5 (1984-present)' started by Biggles, Jul 20, 2019.
£7500 down and £599pm. £35k deposit contribution
Wow that is a decent deal
I'd definitely check the small print on this one, under 'Technical' it mentions a 2.0 litre engine
These deals just been rolled out this week. I was contacted on Tuesday about it. If you look again, its just over £27k contributuion. Its a cracking deal.
£35k final value
3rd item down under the Technical heading it says
2.0 litre engine
Basically forget in the inflated Otr price and made up Bmw contribution it’s a 64k total price car and you pay 35k over 4 yrs which is about 50% so all in seems sensible. Definitely see pcp being more sensible than owning outright as saves you taking 30k more out your savings just to get it back when you sell. The sheer volume of M5s I Can’t wait until these 3yr old M5s are 35-38k what a car for that money.
Looks likes £30k off is around the corner... problem is there aren’t many if any £92k ones as all have some spec. But to get in one for £62k of which year old ones trade at £55k that’s not all that bad after a year of ownership.
A friend sent me this deal yesterday. Think it's on a non CP car?
GFV seems decent. Think they're also doing something like £755 deposit and £755 pm although don't see it on that link.
Good assessment IMO.
New 5 series avec massive grills on way - hence why BMW need to shift the runways full of M5’s
I mentioned this to my local dealer who is very good at matching offers or admitting when they cant get close.
In discussions on the following, positive so far but they want me to commit asap:
Marina Bay Blue
Silverstone Full Merino Leather
Aluminium Carbon structure highlight trim, with Pearl Chrome
Discount £29,790 which equates to £63,330 and finance of:
36 months PCP, 8k MPA
@£599 per month
48 months PCP, 8k MPA
@£598 per month
Apparently they are about to stop production of the M5 non-CP and they have a last run at factory coming up? not sure if accurate or not.
That should push the values of the current model up!
Great deal, that must be a low interest rate.
Ah, I missed the bigger discount v. peter vardy
Excellent another run of these is what the market needs!
Has the M5 even been out a year? It’s getting beyond a joke now with how often they change or update stuff.
I had my eyes opened the other day in Audi, no huge discounts, realistic GFV’s and generally a feeling of a product that’s still a mass production but on a more exclusive scale to BMW
Crazy discounting right there, no wonder they drop like stone!
A new 330d Msport Plus is £51k so makes the M5 at this price a reasonable price I suppose lol!
This PCP business is just killing car values, I just couldn't do it to myself.
If I keep my M4 for 4 or 5 years (which I will as I still love it!), I'll probably lose about £20k so £4.5k a year depreciation if I include a BMW warranty. Still a lot of money don't get me wrong but much better financial sense to me. I bet the same will be true of these M5's in a couple of years if there are taking 35k of list from day 1