Originally Posted by racer10
I suspect that there a number of people who purchased M5's that have the financial means to switch cars often . They take the depreciation hit and move on to the next new car experience . This doesn't mean that there is anything wrong with the M5 , in these cases it simply means "been there, done that" time to move onto the next great car.
Indeed, this could be true as well.
Keep in mind that the United States is about 7th with the most millionaires per capita in the world, has the most number millionaires in the world (over 5 million) and also has the strongest middle class in the world. So that means there are many people who can afford to throw away several thousand dollars in taxes and depreciation after only a few months of ownership.