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      04-11-2012, 04:49 PM   #89
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Has anybody checked if it is really possible to do a true ED for an M5? I have done many EDs but I was told the M5 will initially come from dealer allocation so there is no ED pricing at this point (FYI discounted EDs do not come from dealer allocation). Does anybody else have different real information or is it speculation?

This was the case too in 2008 for an M3. You could still do European delivery but it was coming from dealer allocation - it changed about a year later.
Would be surprised if this happens for the M5 too where the first year models dont get true European delivery pricing. The initial demand is going to be high that's for sure. I'm sure we'll know for sure once all the ordering info is released to dealers in 1-2 weeks.
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      04-26-2012, 06:17 PM   #90
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Even without those options, I'm thinking the M5 would put a bigger grin on your face. Plus, based on reported fuel economy numbers, the M5 uses less fuel than the 550.
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LOL you honestly believe that? It is impossible for that statement to be true. There are already two examples of the N63 and S63 to draw a conclusion from.
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I guess we'll have to wait and see. C&D says 17 city. German engineer quoted in this forum says he drove a long distance on the highway in a manual transmission car and with an average speed of 77 mph got 24 mpg. That is 9.5l/100 km which is better than the 550 xdrive and better than the 22 mpg C&D is reporting. Of course, if you are hitting launch mode every day, the mileage will suffer. In any event it is beter the the 11 mpg city the E60 M5 was rated at.

As to the N63/S63 fuel economy, BMW engineers have been quoted as saying the there are some design changes in the M5 engine that will filter down to the 550i and other engines next year which will help with fuel economy. The N/S 63 engines don't hae the technology yet.

In any event, I'd pick a stripped (but still very well equipped M5 before I'd get a loaded 550. I'm not really into soft close doors and can live without dash leather on the M5.
And like I said, impossible for the M5 to have better gas mpg than the 550i.

It now officially has a $1,300 gas guzzler tax. Full order guide @ http://f10.m5post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=682808
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      04-26-2012, 10:01 PM   #91
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Gosh, this is less than half of the price in Taiwan!
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$247,438 AUD = 253 797.157USD in current exchange rate, in VIC, Australia..

Dunno what the europeans r complaining about

In Norway - Stock
NOK(Norwegian kroner) 1,825200 million = 302185 USD in current exchange rate.

I paid around 620000 NOK (103000 USD) for my F10 520d in norway last year.
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In Norway - Stock
NOK(Norwegian kroner) 1,825200 million = 302185 USD in current exchange rate.

I paid around 620000 NOK (103000 USD) for my F10 520d in norway last year.
It's not really apples to apples. Equating prices across continents and countries can get hairy and complex, it's not a mere factor of exchange rates. Taxation is only one variable. Public schooling and education is another factor.

If you add how much you may have paid for your M5, medical expenses, and kids education over a given yr and compare that to the US, you may quickly find you spent far less money than a US buyer with those 3 goods in his 'basket'
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True - certain goods like cars and electronics are relatively inexpensive in the US. However, we get killed on health care, education, property taxes, etc. Also, very little investment for the public good, so we get deteriorating roads, soaring poverty, not to mention huge social problems that lead to the largest incarceration rates in the world. There are reasons why immigration from western Europe to the US pretty much stopped years ago.
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