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      03-25-2020, 01:38 AM   #1
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2016 Pure Metal Edition

How much is a good deal for this 2016 Pure Metal edition? w less than 15Kmiles?
Is this edition one of the best edition? I'm new to M5.

I have a 2013 E92 ZCP and looking for an M5.
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      03-25-2020, 03:35 AM   #2
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How much is a good deal for this 2016 Pure Metal edition? w less than 15Kmiles?
Is this edition one of the best edition? I'm new to M5.

I have a 2013 E92 ZCP and looking for an M5.
Like the name with just 50 made for the US market, not any M5 it's the quickest factory M made only in silver and Carbon C brakes as standard with a plaque on the dash stating what number build it was.Low miles also so it'll be premium price tag I would imagine.
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      03-25-2020, 08:14 AM   #3
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There would definitely be a premium for this model, when I was looking to purchase there was only one available in the country and they wanted almost $20k more than a very similarly equipped, but "non Pure Metal Edition", M5 that I ended up buying. I don't personally feel that it's worth $20k more but I'm sure there are collectors out there that do.

I took a look at the one you are looking at, looks great. Doesn't look like they modded it and it looks very well cared for. If you could afford it and are interested in potentially having a collector car, I'd say go for it. If you want it to go up in value down the road, you probably do not want to modify it...my 2 cents.

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      03-25-2020, 09:38 AM   #4
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There would definitely be a premium for this model, when I was looking to purchase there was only one available in the country and they wanted almost $20k more than a very similarly equipped, but "non Pure Metal Edition", M5 that I ended up buying. I don't personally feel that it's worth $20k more but I'm sure there are collectors out there that do.

I took a look at the one you are looking at, looks great. Doesn't look like they modded it and it looks very well cared for. If you could afford it and are interested in potentially having a collector car, I'd say go for it. If you want it to go up in value down the road, you probably do not want to modify it...my 2 cents.
....or drive it.

Beautiful car though.
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....or drive it.

Beautiful car though.
Right, that was part of why I would have been afraid to own one. I would be nervous about every mile. Now I can drive the hell out of this one until it's a few years older, then I can afford the f90 I really want, ha!
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Whilst I think special editions such as this are worth a small premium over a similarly equipped M5 of the same age, I don't see the premiums being asked as being in any way rational (ie 30% more than a car of the same age with the same specs (CCB, B&O, full leather etc etc)).

This 'premium' seems to be more evident on used cars than when they're new (as new, the special editions might only command a couple of % more).
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