F90 M5 Competition

F90 M5 Competition

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Fulmentaljack3t

86 posts

51 months

Sunday 3rd March
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Chamon_Lee said:
Fulmentaljack3t said:
Andy M said:
The0bald said:
Anyway, if i get an M5C this month i would'nt expect to pay more than £75k for a stock new car so be interested to know if anyone gets deals around that in the next few weeks.
With base spec (ie no packs)? I'm just about to do a deal on a car with Premium package, Comfort package, Driving Assistant Plus etc and a few other items, but for 10% higher than what's quoted above.
I got offered a Comp pack this morning:
M5 Comp
Marina Bay Blue
Silverstone Full Leather Interior
Premium Pack
Comfort Pack
Active Cruise Control with Stop + Go
Apple Car Play
M Sport Exhaust
Aluminium Carbon Structure Dark Interior Trim

OTR is £102,918
£20k discount so price would be: £82,918

Seems to be tough to find any more than £20k off on a 19 reg.
I personally think the car is worth that all day long. I thought they were too expensive 6 months ago for when it was 80k for a non comp but I think the above is spot on and great value for the car on offer.
I would agree it's good value for the car. My post was in response to earlier posts stating £78k was achievable for a Comp pack car. I contacted the same dealer and he said the best was 20k off list so 78k would be a completely stock car with no options and he didn't have any of those to offer. He said he could have done 78k for an optioned car on a '68 plate reg in Feb but not such a big discount for a 19 plate car. Shame as I was hoping to grab a super bargain 😂


Edited by Fulmentaljack3t on Sunday 3rd March 13:17

Zippee

11,919 posts

179 months

Monday 4th March
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If it's of interest to anyone I was offered a showroom f90 unreg with 12 mile on the clock and fully specced to 103k 1 week ago for 74k.

Spec and pic are below. 

In the end I went for a 3 year old RS6 performance for 8k less. I'm terms of seats, tech, outright performance and interior the m5 was ahead but I just preferred the way the big Audi felt and looked. 






Fulmentaljack3t

86 posts

51 months

Monday 4th March
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Zippee said:
If it's of interest to anyone I was offered a showroom f90 unreg with 12 mile on the clock and fully specced to 103k 1 week ago for 74k.

Spec and pic are below. 

In the end I went for a 3 year old RS6 performance for 8k less. I'm terms of seats, tech, outright performance and interior the m5 was ahead but I just preferred the way the big Audi felt and looked. 





You posted this on another M5 thread last week and i asked where it was but no reply frown

Zippee

11,919 posts

179 months

Monday 4th March
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Fulmentaljack3t said:
Zippee said:
If it's of interest to anyone I was offered a showroom f90 unreg with 12 mile on the clock and fully specced to 103k 1 week ago for 74k.

Spec and pic are below. 

In the end I went for a 3 year old RS6 performance for 8k less. I'm terms of seats, tech, outright performance and interior the m5 was ahead but I just preferred the way the big Audi felt and looked. 





You posted this on another M5 thread last week and i asked where it was but no reply frown
Barons cambourne

Not Ideal

2,407 posts

133 months

Tuesday 5th March
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Really like these M5's and as others have mentioned I don't think I've seen one on the road yet.

That purple one is lovely.

TurboPower

489 posts

130 months

Tuesday 5th March
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The purple one above looks lovely.
However I've just read on another forum that someone who paid £89K for his M5 Competiton has been offered £63K px against a BMW 850 XDrive. List price for his car was £103K, BMW M cars are still the kings of depreciation.

Chamon_Lee

2,594 posts

92 months

Tuesday 5th March
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TurboPower said:
The purple one above looks lovely.
However I've just read on another forum that someone who paid £89K for his M5 Competiton has been offered £63K px against a BMW 850 XDrive. List price for his car was £103K, BMW M cars are still the kings of depreciation.
thats mind bending, it can't even be 6 months old.

theboss

4,392 posts

164 months

Tuesday 5th March
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Chamon_Lee said:
thats mind bending, it can't even be 6 months old.
Why would he expect anything less though? I mean who buys one of these at near list price as a new model and then thinks they can swap it for something else a few months later without taking a huge hit? It must be well known by any serious prospective buyer that they tend to be sold with huge discounts once demand has settled down.

HoHoHo

13,827 posts

195 months

Tuesday 5th March
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I've just been offered a new M5CP unregistered in Marina Blue/black with change of trim, Comfort and Premium Packs

Cash price £86750.00 (list £101,115)

£15k down, 12,000 PA

£987.50/month over 48 months final rental £33461.51

APR 3.9%

Any good?

Zippee

11,919 posts

179 months

Tuesday 5th March
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HoHoHo said:
I've just been offered a new M5CP unregistered in Marina Blue/black with change of trim, Comfort and Premium Packs

Cash price £86750.00 (list £101,115)

£15k down, 12,000 PA

£987.50/month over 48 months final rental £33461.51

APR 3.9%

Any good?
See above for the purple one, 12k cheaper

Fulmentaljack3t

86 posts

51 months

Tuesday 5th March
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HoHoHo said:
I've just been offered a new M5CP unregistered in Marina Blue/black with change of trim, Comfort and Premium Packs

Cash price £86750.00 (list £101,115)

£15k down, 12,000 PA

£987.50/month over 48 months final rental £33461.51

APR 3.9%

Any good?
You want to be aiming for 20K discount, with the extra 5K would bring your payments down to below £930pm.
Also i'm guessing you have based the quote on 10K+ miles per year? Unless you plan on giving the car back at the end of the 48 months you'd be better off doing it at 8K which will give you a higher GFV and therefore lower payments. You'll only pay the extra mileage charge if you give the car back. I've never been questioned over the amount of miles i've done when p/xing the car in for a new deal. Maybe someone will give a cautionary view on doing this.

I've an order placed at Croydon BMW with £20,073 off the list. Message me and i'll give you contact details.


Edited by Fulmentaljack3t on Tuesday 5th March 11:10

Terminator X

7,864 posts

149 months

Tuesday 5th March
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At Goodwood on Sunday and took a few pics of their M5CP.





TX.

Fulmentaljack3t

86 posts

51 months

Tuesday 5th March
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Zippee said:
See above for the purple one, 12k cheaper
If it can be picked up at £74k then it's a proper bargain! I'd like it myself but the other half doesn't like the purple and would mean i'd have to cancel an order I already have for a blue one. However it is not a Competition pack car.

Zippee

11,919 posts

179 months

Tuesday 5th March
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Fulmentaljack3t said:
If it can be picked up at £74k then it's a proper bargain! I'd like it myself but the other half doesn't like the purple and would mean i'd have to cancel an order I already have for a blue one. However it is not a Competition pack car.
No worries, Just thought it was a great deal so putting it out there for others smile
It was with 23k down and no part ex.
I was sorely tempted but I just preferred the rs6 despite the fact it felt years behind the bmw in terms of tech and spec.

HoHoHo

13,827 posts

195 months

Tuesday 5th March
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Fulmentaljack3t said:
HoHoHo said:
I've just been offered a new M5CP unregistered in Marina Blue/black with change of trim, Comfort and Premium Packs

Cash price £86750.00 (list £101,115)

£15k down, 12,000 PA

£987.50/month over 48 months final rental £33461.51

APR 3.9%

Any good?
You want to be aiming for 20K discount, with the extra 5K would bring your payments down to below £930pm.
Also i'm guessing you have based the quote on 10K+ miles per year? Unless you plan on giving the car back at the end of the 48 months you'd be better off doing it at 8K which will give you a higher GFV and therefore lower payments. You'll only pay the extra mileage charge if you give the car back. I've never been questioned over the amount of miles i've done when p/xing the car in for a new deal. Maybe someone will give a cautionary view on doing this.

I've an order placed at Croydon BMW with £20,073 off the list. Message me and i'll give you contact details.


Edited by Fulmentaljack3t on Tuesday 5th March 11:10
Appreciated, thanks.

I've gone back to my normal dealer and asked for more money off that car and I'll buy it.

Let's see what they say......................

But I'm not holding my breath so I may be in touch shortly wink

Fulmentaljack3t

86 posts

51 months

Tuesday 5th March
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HoHoHo said:
Appreciated, thanks.

I've gone back to my normal dealer and asked for more money off that car and I'll buy it.

Let's see what they say......................

But I'm not holding my breath so I may be in touch shortly wink
Good luck with it.

One thing you may or may not be aware of is that if you don't have the Active Cruise Control with "Stop and Go" function option then you will have 2 buttons on the steering wheel that are blanked out. For some this won't be an issue, for others like me it would drive them nuts (it will drive me nuts as i didn't know this before i placed my order) having such a premium and expensive car with buttons that don't do anything and are so conspicuous.

HoHoHo

13,827 posts

195 months

Tuesday 5th March
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Fulmentaljack3t said:
HoHoHo said:
Appreciated, thanks.

I've gone back to my normal dealer and asked for more money off that car and I'll buy it.

Let's see what they say......................

But I'm not holding my breath so I may be in touch shortly wink
Good luck with it.

One thing you may or may not be aware of is that if you don't have the Active Cruise Control with "Stop and Go" function option then you will have 2 buttons on the steering wheel that are blanked out. For some this won't be an issue, for others like me it would drive them nuts (it will drive me nuts as i didn't know this before i placed my order) having such a premium and expensive car with buttons that don't do anything and are so conspicuous.
Thanks - I currently have active cruise on my F15 and use it quite a lot and blanked out buttons would really annoy me!

They have just found another £5k behind their desks and reduced the price and i'm pushing for £4k more to do the deal................

Fulmentaljack3t

86 posts

51 months

Tuesday 5th March
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HoHoHo said:
Thanks - I currently have active cruise on my F15 and use it quite a lot and blanked out buttons would really annoy me!

They have just found another £5k behind their desks and reduced the price and i'm pushing for £4k more to do the deal................
I thought they would find it when pushed. Sites like this can be an invaluable resource, (well maybe not invaluable! In this case you can value it at 5k biglaughshoot )

Let us know how you get on with getting that 4K, I'll be impressed if you get it and really upset I didn't haha

HoHoHo

13,827 posts

195 months

Tuesday 5th March
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Fulmentaljack3t said:
HoHoHo said:
Thanks - I currently have active cruise on my F15 and use it quite a lot and blanked out buttons would really annoy me!

They have just found another £5k behind their desks and reduced the price and i'm pushing for £4k more to do the deal................
I thought they would find it when pushed. Sites like this can be an invaluable resource, (well maybe not invaluable! In this case you can value it at 5k biglaughshoot )

Let us know how you get on with getting that 4K, I'll be impressed if you get it and really upset I didn't haha
OK, so we have moved on and i have now been offered the following with a £22k discount...........looking for a further £3k......

M5 (not Competition)

Marina/Black

Comfort package (heated steering wheel, display key, sun protection, split seats, seat heating front and rear)
Sports Exhaust
Carbon Engine cover
Soft close doors
Different ali trim
Dynamic Safety
Driving assistant plus

All the usual.

I had an F10 M5 non-cp and loved it, will I be disappointed if I don’t get a CP...................I'd like to think not.







Edited by HoHoHo on Tuesday 5th March 22:16

theboss

4,392 posts

164 months

Tuesday 5th March
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Fulmentaljack3t said:
Good luck with it.

One thing you may or may not be aware of is that if you don't have the Active Cruise Control with "Stop and Go" function option then you will have 2 buttons on the steering wheel that are blanked out. For some this won't be an issue, for others like me it would drive them nuts (it will drive me nuts as i didn't know this before i placed my order) having such a premium and expensive car with buttons that don't do anything and are so conspicuous.
It’s little things like this which are worth knowing for the future. I never used active cruise on the last car I had it on, and rarely use dumb cruise on the current F10 M5, so wouldn’t care much about the function at all. But blanked buttons would really wind me up!!