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i doubt that they would let this sticker for more than the e60 which has been a disaster in the resale market. they can't discount them enough these days...i predict it will come in exactly where the e60 prices if not a tad lower....:)
 

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They can set the price at pretty much where they want based on what they make standard and what they keep as options, so the price is driven as much by marketing considerations as mfg cost. Paying over $100,000 in total for a car is a major psychological barrier - they'll try to make it possible for you to stay under that. Remember, the options will be around $5K or more for a lot of people. Also you have to figure in 6% or so for taxes if you're not trading in. Based on some history on the M5 and AMG pricing, I don't think they are going to go over $90K for the MSRP.

E60 M5 = $85,500
E63 AMG = $87,600
F10M5 = $88,500
 

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I'd hope they stay under 100K. This is no hand built V10 but just a tuned production engine. There are a lot of comparable options at the 100K price point now that the car is a LOT less exotic.
 

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I think the pricing has to stay competitive with its peers (E63, XFR).
I will predict that the base price will be in the high 80's here in the US.
 

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I'd say in the U.S. about $90k ....dealer mark-up will push it over $100k :sprint00:
 

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Only $90,000 ? you guys live in heaven, here in Egypt an M5 costs + $400,000
Actualy for $90,000 you only get a local assembled 523i
probably because its bullet proof. :blink:
 
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