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BMW M Models Pricing and Specs

2020 BMW M Models

2020

From $99,900

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

1990 to 2019

$7,800 - 257,400

Year Price From Price To
2020 $99,900 $308,600
2019 $71,600 $257,400
2018 $59,200 $234,850
2017 $50,500 $200,310
2016 $44,300 $182,160
2015 $51,800 $162,910
2014 $46,400 $135,740
2013 $39,600 $117,590
2012 $34,500 $105,160
2011 $37,600 $61,050
2010 $22,200 $57,860
2009 $21,500 $50,600
2008 $20,200 $48,290
2007 $18,800 $45,980
2006 $18,100 $44,770
2005 $17,700 $41,800
2004 $17,700 $49,280
2003 $15,300 $46,970
2002 $15,300 $24,640
2001 $14,300 $26,290
2000 $13,200 $25,960
1999 $13,200 $25,960
1998 $13,200 $24,860
1997 $13,200 $19,800
1996 $13,200 $19,140
1995 $12,200 $17,600
1994 $11,700 $17,160
1993 $8,200 $12,760
1992 $7,800 $12,100
1991 $7,800 $12,100
1990 $7,800 $12,100
* Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price

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BMW M Models FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the BMW M Models here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Ask Smithy Xtra Gearbox gear-up

    There are no engine issues that should cause you any concern, but it’s absolutely crucial to buy a car that has had proper maintenance including regular oil changes. Like you I find the SMG a pain to drive, and I wouldn’t own one. They can also be expensive to repair and they are known to give trouble.

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  • Will my M5 become a collector's item?

    You should never consider a car as an investment, just a depreciating asset, unless you're lucky enough to have a rare classic Porsche or Ferrari in the garage. The V10-engined M5 is definitely a favourite with driving enthusiasts but it's unlikely to become a serious investment because of the number built.

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  • Audi RS3 vs BMW M3

    Obviously they’re both high performance cars that are designed to eat up the open road, but equally they have to be able to handle the pressures of day-to-day motoring. I wouldn’t like to say one is better than the other for daily use, and I wouldn’t be buying one on that basis, so go for the one that most appeals for its performance.

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