Exactly.These threads are always so debated! Each individual car that's for sale should go through a laundry list of research before you decide whether the price works for you or not.
Outside of the year and mileage, you should always consider what maintenance is needed right away. Also consider if the car has service history records and a clean title of course. Warranty is also huge and played a key factor in why I paid what I did for mine.
Without knowing all of those things, you really can't tell if $36K is too high, or $32K is just right. Just my two cents.
For that kind of money look at 2010's
Cars for Sale: 2010 BMW M5 in St Louis, MO 63131: Sedan Details - 368763924 - AutoTrader.com
By December 2010 M5's with high mileage and no warranty will go for under 30K
Yea with 100k miles or more! All bits of maintenance matter when price is involved. Tires are going to cost around 2k. Factor that in as well.