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Hi All just been offered the new M5 list with the extras I wanted £78775.00 for £69017.00 includes service pack, what do you think?.:)

Yes or NO.

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Hi All just been offered the new M5 list with the extras I wanted £78775.00 for £69017.00 includes service pack, what do you think?.:)

Yes or NO.

I started a thread about a week ago regarding BMW and their 0% offers on ALL M cars. That includes a dealer deposit so basically a discount. The M3 was £7k, can't remember the m5 but it was more.

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W4nker. Obviously yes!!

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... however, thinking more on this, wouldn't the depreciation make you a bit sick? It is still a fair whack to drop on a car.

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The figures don't look outstanding to me, although it'd be interesting to see a realistic value for the service pack - that could go a long way to swinging it.

It's a properly stunning car, though. I'd be sorely tempted.

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What about the 0% idea though. I've not done the sums on it but others suggested the deal beats the depreciation cost.

If I had my time again I'd seriously consider financing my M3 (a new one) over just paying for a 2nd hand one outright. Ruby black with all the options ... all but a dream now though!

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I am looking at that as we speak, it could work, I need to test drive the M5 for a few days first, I am having one fully specced on the 12th March for 4 days.

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What about the 0% idea though. I've not done the sums on it but others suggested the deal beats the depreciation cost.

If I had my time again I'd seriously consider financing my M3 (a new one) over just paying for a 2nd hand one outright. Ruby black with all the options ... all but a dream now though!

What do think of Silverstone II on the M5, with silverstone interoir?.

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Liking the colour a lot on the bodywork, in fact it is the colour to have .... +++

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Well, I think SSII is a lovely colour but it is one you need to see in the flesh. To most (Woppum) it looks silver. Not entirely sure I'd go with it for the interior though - didn't even know you could to be honest! I've got the extended back leather in the M3 which I love.

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I love Silverstone II for the paintwork - it is the classic M5 colour. Also love the mid blue often seen on the latest model.

Not sure about Silverstone II for the interior though - I think a light paint colour needs a contrasting dark interior trim.

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Well this does look nice

BUT so does this

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Blue!

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It's not so, errrr, black and white Woppum!

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Lots of different shades of blue. Soft core all the way up to three way strap on action. Capiche? :)

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Now That Porsche is the "DOGS" :D

Thing with the "BLUE" is this is what I have now.

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Know what you mean, but I'm on my third blue car and love them.

as the m5 is so massive though maybe black would be really nice?

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