2015BMWM5

BMW M5

Lose Two Cylinders, Gain Two Turbos, Take No Prisoners The first BMW M5, the humble E28 of 1984, had little idea of the performance bloodline it would sire. Its equally humble sales figures proved it: just 2,241 were built. Previous to the 2004 arrival of the E60 M5, the '84 original and the…

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2015 BMW M5
MSRP: $93,600 - $93,600
2014 BMW M5
MSRP: $92,900 - $92,900
2013 BMW M5
MSRP: $90,200 - $90,200
2010 BMW M5
MSRP: $85,700 - $85,700
2009 BMW M5
MSRP: $85,500 - $85,500
Takata adds millions to recall expansion in US [UPDATE]

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The next-generation BMW M5 starts here

BMW has kicked off development of the next M5, but it's tough to tell from these spy shots. Only a few things give away its high-performance nature.
MotorWeek fondly remembers the 2000 BMW M5

For the latest Retro Review, MotorWeek looks back on its glowing review of the 2000 BMW M5. The show can find nary a thing wrong with this beloved sports sedan.
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2013 BMW M5
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2008 BMW M5
$25,997 / 102,538 miles / VA
MotorWeek fondly remembers the 2000 BMW M5

For the latest Retro Review, MotorWeek looks back on its glowing review of the 2000 BMW M5. The show can find nary a thing wrong with this beloved sports sedan.
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2014 Dinan S1 BMW M5
The Dinan S1 kit for the BMW M5 makes the car even more excellent than before. We take one for a quick spin in California.
Takata adds millions to recall expansion in US [UPDATE]

BMW, FCA, Ford, Honda, Mitsubishi All Affected

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is starting to announce the expanded Takata airbag inflator recalls. FCA has over 5 million vehicles affected worldwide, and BMW has over 420,000 in the US. Honda's expansion includes 350,000 more Civics and Accords.
134K BMW 5 Series recalled for taillight issue

BMW is voluntarily recalling 134,100 cars due to a faulty ground terminal in the taillight bulb carriers, causing the sudden failure of brake lights, turn signals and reverse lights. The recall covers 2008 through 2010 5 Series models produced between March 1, 2007 and December 31, 2009, and includes everything from the 528i to the mighty, V10-powered M5. It's unclear if this recall is limited to sedans or extends to the 5-Series Touring.
BMW recalling 2013 M5, M6 models over potential catastrophic engine failures

Catastrophic engine failure... not exactly what you want to hear no matter what you're driving, but especially so when you've just purchased a brand-new 2013 BMW M5 or M6.
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