Offering the best of both worlds, the BMW M5 is renowned for its impeccable German engineering, which brings together the best of sports car performance with the practicality of a 5-seater sedan. It's capable, convenient, and comfortable, allowing drivers and passengers to have the best automotive experience possible. This 2010 BMW M5 comes with everything you would want from a modern sports car, and with 55,550 miles reported on the clock, it has proven its longevity and has no problem picking up the pace when the time requires it or while out on the track.
It's anyone's dream to own an "M" spec car, tuned by Bavaria's finest and styled to stand out. Cars like this 2000 BMW Z3 M we have today symbolize BMW's understatedness and open-top motoring done right. This fine example has just 89,000 miles reported on the clock and is one neat way to wind down the weekend and prepare you for what's ahead.
Launched in April 2014, BMW's groundbreaking i8 hybrid sports car was a revelation. Even in 2022, two years after production ended, it looks futuristic. The i8 was well received wherever it was offered, with over 20,000 produced. That's not bad for something capable of scaring a variety of European and North American sports cars. This 2015 BMW i8 Pure Impulse World Coupe is your chance to own one of BMW's icons, and with just 21,000 miles on the clock, it's got a lifetime ahead.
Today's "M" cars are performance machines geared to set lap times through pure tech, but this was not the case back in the day. Take it back to the 90s, and while there was a bit of tech, the "M" cars were pure performance machines ensuring true drivers' cars gave a proper feel of the road and track. Up for sale today is BMW royalty which comes in the form of this 1995 BMW M3. With a reported 127,780 miles on the clock, it's time you got those lap times in and ticked attending on those car meet invites.
BMW's X6 model debuted in 2008 as a sleeker-styled alternative to the X5 mid-sized luxury SUV. Also known as a five-door coupe SUV, the X6 is now on its third generation. As you'd expect, the M Division got their hands on the action too, and the X6 M was the result. Every generation of X6 has seen an 'M' variant, and we're proud to bring you this 2014 BMW X6 M with just 41,800 miles since new, and the current owner reports that the 40,000-mile service has been recently done for added peace of mind.
Turn back the clock to the 60s, and BMW was making headlines, a successful model at a time. With performance and luxury offerings ensuring their customers stand out, there was a company that took your BMW and made it better. Fast forward to today, and Alpina still stands out as a manufacturer that develops and sells uber-cool BMWs, much like this 2015 BMW Alpina B7 LWB we have today. With a reported 49,000 miles on the clock cruising in style never looked and sounded this good.
When BMW released the E36-generation 3-Series, it was well-received among fans all around the world. And while the M3 will remain one of the most respected performance cars to come out of Bavaria, its Alpina cousin edges it out in terms of niche-cool. Here we have a 1995 BMW Alpina B3 3.0 Cabriolet — one of just 199 of its kind, and according to its current owner, it is the #99 car built. This Alpina is said to have been imported to the country recently and comes with full documentation, including all papers, receipts, and maintenance records with the sale. This rare example is currently located in New York and has covered some 111,800 miles so far.
Here’s an icon that will make classic car fanatics tingle all over. Bragging chic slopes and curves, ornate front and rear lights or distinct style elements are not how ‘70s BMWs roll. They embrace simplicity. Finely crafted German machinery is well embedded in a straightforward and effortless shell of steel and glass. However, you can’t help but be attracted to it. Maybe it's the unmistakable BMW grille, or maybe it's what their cars signify. They handle and grip the tarmac as if they were made for the racetrack. Here we have a 1972 BMW 2002 tii, the Touring version that boasts a revamped engine of the 2002 ti. Having completed a tick over 70,000 miles so far, it resides in Massachusetts all set up to be picked up by its next new owner. You’ll be surprised as to how much attention these little autos get despite having a typical shoebox like design.
BMW’s 7-Series, the long-running competitor to Mercedes-Benz’ S-Class represents comfortable cruising in style, but what if some performance is required to complement all that luxury and class? This 2018 BMW M760Li XDrive is the ticket, as German muscle wearing a comfort cruiser disguise. With 39,600 miles on the clock, this car reportedly comes with a BMW Display Key included as well, and is perfect for driving around in style.
BMW’s M4 is as hardcore a 4-Series as you can buy from the Bavarian automaker. That’s no surprise, as almost all of BMW’s model line-ups eventually get some form of M-treatment, and we’re not talking mere cosmetics. M-division tweaks include performance, handling, and braking upgrades too. That’s what this 2021 BMW M4 Coupe offers its next buyer, and with just 16,500 miles done since it left the factory, has a whole lifetime ahead of it. Read on to find out why this is the 4-Series worthy of your consideration if you’re a performance car fan but need some practicality too.
BMW introduced the M5 as the highest-performance variant of its popular 5-Series executive car. Representing the best 5-Series one can purchase from the Bavarian automaker, it was natural for the famed M-Division to get involved. This 2019 BMW M5 is from the current F90 generation and comes with just 9,400 miles driven since new. The seller also claims that all work has been done at a BMW dealership, and as we delve deeper, we’ll see what that work entails.
BMW’s halo 5-Series has, and continues to be the revered M5. If you’re looking for a German executive express, the M5 has been at it since 1984. Initially offered with a straight six, it’s since borne a soulful V8, screaming V10 and has now entered the turbo era. Each generation of the 5-Series since the E28 has had an M5, and this 2006 BMW M5 Dinan 5.8 Stroker is from the E60 generation. Furthermore, it’s even more hardcore as renown BMW tuners Dinan have worked their magic on this already potent car. With just 87,000 miles done since new, it’s seeking an adventurous owner who won’t hesitate to open up whenever the conditions permit. The seller reports that preventative maintenance has been done, and the car comes with a Dinan serial numbered book.
German auto manufacturer BMW is a key player in almost every vehicle segment in the automotive industry, but turn back the clock to the early Fifties and the company was at major risk of going down, their shareholders had not received dividends in ages and nothing fresh had come for over 25 years. This however took a dramatic change with the introduction of the neue klasse or new class to be specific. The new boxy style car was one for the masses and brought BMW into the spotlight. As time went by the BMW 2002 became a top seller and was essentially a smaller version of the new class. The 2002 would go onto becoming an icon as a daily runabout as well as a serious contender on the racetrack. With prices on the rise for the humble BMW 2002 its time you get in the fun as well with this 1974 BMW 2002tii 2 Door Sedan we have today. Located in California this German beauty is reported to have just 3,088 miles on the clock. This makes it one savvy investment for the years to come and a pretty sight on your driveway as well.
BMW has accomplished some extraordinary things with its M series throughout the years. Under their hoods, they conceal fearsome engines that punch power like a racecar. Nevertheless, they go beyond out-and-out performance. The 2004 BMW M3 that we have here is the ideal demonstration of this. First off, being a convertible, you already know it's a spectacular piece of kit you can enjoy on a sunny weekend. Yet, this grip-happy and flexible German hunk of engineering is enough to scare a number of supercars from its time. It is currently for sale in Pennsylvania, and so far, it has traveled 46,300 miles. We can bet that this will become one of your all-time favorites.
Since 1984, BMW's M-Division has taken it upon themselves to create the ultimate 5-Series, for the driver who wants an extremely potent and capable sports sedan without sacrificing passenger capacity and practicality. Each M5 is an icon, and today's icon is a 2000 BMW M5 from the E39 generation. The first, last, and only generation of M5 to come with a soulful, naturally aspirated V8, the E39 M5 is much desired. You won't find them coming on sale very often, and as this car has just 43,500 miles on the clock, it is a rare find. The current owner reports that two keys, books, and manuals are included in the sale.
In 1999, BMW entered the mid-size SUV game with a luxury crossover offering that they christened the X5. Now in its fourth generation, the M Division got involved somewhere down the line, resulting in the X5 M. What we've got here is a fine example of a 2021 BMW X5 M Competition with 17,000 miles on the clock. Would you like a blindingly fast luxury crossover that can carry five adults plus enough luggage for a transcontinental trip? Step right this way.
BMW has graced us with many iconic cars and vehicles. While their initial business was airplane engine manufacturing, followed by motorcycles, and vehicles being the last, they have still innovated and typically over-engineered their offerings German-style. The X5 debuted in 1999 with the E53 generation, and the current G05 generation debuted in 2019. For 2022, BMW released an exclusive blacked-out BMW X5 called the Vermillion Edition. With just 350 units produced of the elusive 2022 BMW X5 Black Vermillion Edition, now’s your chance to get your hands on one of these, as it comes with just 2,951 miles on the odometer.
We live in an era where SUVs are rapidly evolving into the new welcoming style of vehicle by auto buyers. SUV orders are increasingly outnumbering sedan purchases at dealerships. One after another, intriguing SUV models are being released by automakers to keep up with demand. The 2021 BMW X5 M Competition is a performance SUV that you can own, if you desire, and cost well into six figures when new. Despite being a weighty behemoth, it’s even front and rear weight distribution allows you to be playful with it and exploit all its performance goodies. We bring this staggering 2021 BMW X5 M Competition to you from Minnesota with only 23,000 miles on its clock. It also comes with few packages to enhance its appeal and awaits to be your trusty SUV with heaps of track performance under its belt.
BMW’s been on a number-plugging exercise since of late; you can buy cars from 1-Series to 8-Series, uninterrupted. The 4-Series is positioned as the sportier 3-Series, with coupe, convertible, and 4 door (GranCoupe) variants. Of course, M Division do get to play with these, and the result is the BMW M4. Available only as coupe and convertible, the M4 is indeed a fine performance car, especially in Competition guise, which is why this 2022 BMW M4 Competition Coupe xDrive is a perfect daily for many. With just 618 miles done since new, it’s practically fresh out of the box.
So, you’re in the market for a car that will keep you cocooned in opulence and technology at the same time won’t back down when the mood strikes to be frisky. Your go-to brand is BMW. Among their exquisite model array of sporty luxury cars, the BMW M series stands out as the track-equipped variant. What it lacks in cabin electronics, it more than makes up for in engine control and performance technologies. What we are offering is this stunning example of the 2011 BMW M3, which have completed a 39,500-mile journey so far. It packs several packages up its sleeve and few new upgrades are onboard as well.
Looking back at the cars that have sported the iconic M badge by BMW and the E46 generation sure pops up. Built to be a performance machine that handles well on track and turns heads when driving you sure can't go wrong owning one, much like this 2006 BMW M3 Coupe we have today. With a reported 74,069 miles on the clock, this German autobahn stormer is the perfect way to liven up your life, be it during the workweek or weekend, road or track.
BMW’s got a consecutive line-up of vehicles from 1-Series all the way to 8-Series, uninterrupted. The 2-Series was born in 2014, when the Bavarian automaker decided to spin-off the coupe and convertible variants of the 1-Series into a separate model. As you’d expect, the M Division got in on the action as well, with the M2 in 2015. As the apex 2-Series available, the M2 is every bit as worthy to wear the hallowed badge that has graced high-performance BMWs for decades. This 2019 BMW M2 Competition is as close to the colloquial pocket rocket as you can get, and with just 32,000 miles done, ready for a lifetime of excitement.
What we’ve got on sale here is not just another E46 3-Series from BMW, but the range-topper, known as the M3. Since 1986, the M3 has been the best 3-Series that one can buy, fettled by BMW’s famed M Division. In fact, it’s won many accolades along the way, and is renowned for being one of the best driver’s cars out there. That’s why you will find many clamoring after this 2002 BMW M3 Coupe, despite its healthy 109,500 mile odometer reading. The typical M3 formula is a near-perfect blend of ample horsepower, coupled with superb handling, old-school driver feedback, and a dose of practicality as well. These are cars that could be enjoyed at the limit on a Sunday track session, and then used to drop the kids at school on your way to work on Monday. That’s why you really should give this car a second look…and a third…and buy it.
The M series by BMW is the perfect balance of that German understatedness and power that could scare some higher-end sports cars. As time goes by, the iconic M3 sees some changes to its traditional recipe but stepping into one counts for a good time, be it hugging an apex on full force or being a reliable daily. With the horsepower wars in full swing, this 2016 BMW M3 Sedan we have today can be your weapon of choice. The car has a reported 45,100 miles on the clock and comes with 2 keys included in the sale.
BMW’s M division is a distinct and renowned division. Known for their craftsmanship and amazing performance, adding an M into any BMW vehicle makes it instantly a beast on the road or track. The M division’s first car was the legendary BMW 3.0 CSL while the first M badged car was the BMW M1 in 1978. An amazing fact is that BMW Motorsport GmbH supplied the heart of the McLaren F1 supercar. BMW’s 3 Series has enjoyed the attention of the M division since the E30 M3 in 1986. The fifth generation of the 3 Series was produced from 2004 to 2013 with the M variants introduced in 2007. A chance to get your hands on this pristine 2009 BMW M3 Convertible with just 42,000 miles on the odometer.
Since 1984, the BMW M5 has occupied the halo position as the most potent 5-Series offered by the Bavarian automaker. The first M5 was born when BMW took their E28 535i and shoehorned the engine from the legendary M1 into it. Since then, there’s been an M5 for every 5-Series produced, including the current G30 generation. This 2019 BMW M5 Competition is one of those super-sedans and it’s up for sale with 29,500 miles on the clock. Do you want a speedy executive express that can do the regular school, work and errand runs, while still putting a smile on your face, carving up canyon corners at will, and thrilling at the track? Here’s the ticket!
What today is commonly known as Bayerische Motoren Werke AG or BMW, was founded in 1910 as Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik and then organized as Bayerische Flugzeugwerke AG in 1916. While BMW is widely known for their road vehicles, their first product was an engine, to be specific a straight-six aircraft engine called the BMW IIIa. By 1962 BMW was recognized as a leading manufacturer of sport-oriented cars. Throughout the decades BMW has built some of the most sought-after vehicles, and in 2007 they debuted the BMW X6, a mid-size luxury crossover SUV that is produced to the present day. The third-generation BMW X6 is a mid-size luxury SUV introduced in 2020. Up for grabs is a 2020 BMW X6 M50i with just 15,600 miles on the clock and ready for a new home.
During the Sixties, the German luxury automobile manufacturer began acquiring a reputation as a leading manufacturer of sports-oriented cars. While BMW’s history dates back to 1916, their supercar-worthy BMW M division was only established in the Seventies with their first car released in 1978. One of the division's highly successful M lines is the BMW M3, the first of which was based on the second-generation BMW E30 3 Series. The E30 M3 was produced from 1986 to 1991 when it was succeeded by the E36 M3. The model was a super hit and remains one of the best sports cars of all time by Automobile Magazine. This sublime example of a 1990 BMW E30 M3 Coupe is one of only 5,330 ever made for the North American market, and has covered just 500 miles after a complete restoration. Owning this car would be a truly once-in-a-lifetime chance, and we urge you to act fast, since cars like this go like the proverbial hot cakes.
Performance sedans are perhaps the most exciting type of cars built by manufacturers. As an owner, you get the best of all worlds, be its practicality, performance, or good looks. BMW's answer to the ever-growing performance sedan market is the BMW M5. There's little to fault with the M5 formula; you take your humble five series sedan, make it look sharper, and add performance and better handling. The result was a car that could ferry around more than 2 and keep up with the big boys on twisty roads if need be. With over 35 years of perfecting the formula of one of the world's best sports sedans, this 2021 BMW M5 Competition Package is one car you need to own. With a reported 19,600 miles on the clock, it's time to shift down a gear and live life in the fast lane, the practical way. Available with the sale is the window sticker and a BMW first aid kit.
The M series by BMW has a long line of 4-door Autobahn Stormers and amongst the lineup, one car didn't get the attention and love it deserves. The early 2000’s M5 series was an absolute hoot to drive and own but not recognized enough to make its mark on the automotive world. Fast forward 20 years and the E39 M5 is a legend in the automotive community and finally got the recognition it deserves. Magnus Walker from Hagerty featured one in his show ‘The Next Best Thing’. and Tyler Hoover from Hooview Garage owns one. With prices on the rise, it's time you owned a piece of legendary German engineering with this 2002 BMW M5 Sedan we have today. With a reported 62,000 miles on the clock, this car comes with its original window sticker, 2 keys included in the sale, and is reportedly for sale by the original owner as well!
BMW showed the world that there was a different formula to the traditional sports car, especially that you could make one that was eco-friendly, fuel-efficient, and packing hybrid technology. Mind you, this was way back in 2013, when hybrids had an image of being slow and lethargic. The i8 would forever change that perception. Produced between 2014 and 2020, just 20,465 units of the i8, that includes only 3,884 Roadsters were sold worldwide, and this 2019 BMW i8 Roadster is your chance to get your hands on one of these cars that is firmly cemented in automotive history. What’s better, it only bears 5,700 miles since new.
BMW has inspired many fans to take to motorsport with their range of vehicles, especially their classics. Through two world wars and countless other calamities, BMW persevered and grew stronger to introduce their first SUV, the BMW X5, in 1999. Two decades down the road, the BMW X5 series is well established with four generations of mid-sized luxury SUVs and countless special models. For the 2022 year model, BMW introduced a limited edition model for those who truly want to stand out called the Black Vermillion Edition. Approximately 350 units were produced for the US market and today is your chance to own one. This magnificent 2022 BMW X5 Black Vermilion Edition is up for grabs with just 4,100 miles on the odometer.
Today, The legendary 'M' badge seems to have worked its way into many BMW vehicles from various platforms, be it the traditional engine or electric power. But journey back just over a decade ago, and 'M' only meant one thing: special. Even though the 3-Series models have also been considered as the entry-level purchase to becoming a BMW owner, the M3, from the moment it hit the road, was certified in the eyes of the automotive community as a legendary vehicle. While the M3s of today are only offered as four-door sedans, a journey back to 2013 — the year our subject car was manufactured — and the M3 was still very much a rowdy performance coupe. On offer is the chance to own this beautiful 2013 BMW M3 Coupe Lime Rock Edition, reported to be one of just 200 in existence.
What if you want a BMW X5 but with a sportier outlook? Don’t worry, the Bavarian manufacturer has you covered. Welcome to the BMW X6. A part of their range since 2007, the X6 is now on its third generation. This 2017 BMW X6 xDrive50i hails from the second generation of the model, which ran between 2014 and 2019. It’s assembled right here in the USA, at BMW’s South Carolina plant, and comes to you with 55,000 miles on the odometer. Three keys are reportedly included in the sale, as is the window sticker.
BMW’s 7 Series used to be the Bavarian automaker’s top-shelf product, until they introduced the 8 Series in 2018. The 8-Series badge had previously been used on a Grand Tourer in the Nineties, and BMW resurrected it in this form, as well as a four-door executive car. Of course, as with most BMW products, their M Division wanted to get involved, and the result is the BMW M8 which appeared one year later, in 2019. What we’ve got here is a 2020 BMW M8 First Edition 1/400, which as the title suggests, comes from a production run of just 400 First Editions, thus it’s quite a rare and desirable car. It’s got just 9,400 miles on it since new.
When purchasing a pre-owned sports car or any exotic, one can hope that the vehicle they are purchasing is the next best thing in the automotive world. While the automotive market is now in a frenzy, it can be hard to single out what will be a hit in the years to come. With prices on the rise and fewer examples available, it's time you invested in this lovely 2001 BMW Z3 Roadster 3.0 Manual. With 59,350 miles on the clock, this particular BMW roadster is set to be a favorite amongst collectors and sports car buyers.
As the successor to the 1 Series M Coupe, the M2 now stands as the entry-level M car in BMW's lineup. That being said, the M2 is far from just a simple M car, with critics commending its raw driving experience compared to some M cars higher up the food chain. This specific car takes 'pure performance' one step further. First introduced in 2018, the M2 Competition is a high-performance variant of the car that was designed more for track days than your daily commute. The example in question has a list of aftermarket modifications to boost its performance and is currently up for sale with 15,700 miles on the clock.
BMW’s E30 3-series will go down in history as one of the Bavarian automaker’s definitive compact cars. The second generation of the 3-series, the E30 was produced between 1982 and 1994 and won many plaudits. 1987 saw the series receive a major update, which this 1989 BMW 325i Convertible belongs to. Bearing 102,000 miles on the odometer, this Florida-based car recently saw its seller spend over $3,000 on maintenance and service. As E30 values are steadily rising, this could be the right time to grab one of BMW’s much-loved cars.
BMW shocked the world in April 2014 when it literally sent a concept car to market. The i8 was unveiled at the 2013 International Motor Show in Germany and was almost unchanged from the concept cars that previewed it. Looking like something out of a futuristic movie, the i8 has since been recognized as a fine hybrid sports car, winning a slew of awards, and gaining fandom across the globe. If you want to own and drive one of these spaceships on wheels, consider this 2016 BMW i8 Giga World Coupe. This Georgia-based car has done 39,950 miles and awaits its next owner.
BMW’s E30 remains one of the Bavarian automaker’s most-hallowed generations of the popular 3-series compact sedan. Produced between 1982 and 1994, the E30 would see a minor refresh in 1985 and a major update in 1987, and was produced as a two and four door sedan, two-door convertible, and five-door wagon. Over 2.4 million E30s were sold worldwide. This New York-based 1989 BMW 325is is a two-door sedan example that comes with 140,000 miles on the odometer, although the seller notes that the odometer does not function now. It’s also got original German plates for the front and rear supplied as well, for that added bit of authenticity. If you’re looking for an iconic E30, why not go for this instead of the sedan that most people tend to go for?
Widely recognized as the successor to the 1-Series M Coupe, the first and current generation M2 was introduced in 2015. Although marketed as the entry-level machine for those looking for a taste of M power, the M2 is by no means entry, in fact, it was quite the opposite. While almost every modern M car was focused on being technologically perfect and thus priced towards the upper echelons, BMW decided that the compact M2 would be the perfect platform to offer drivers a pure, unrefined driving experience. This 2018 BMW M2 Dinan Stage 4 has been fitted with the $30,000 Dinan Stage 4 Package by its first and current owner in order to really bring out that feisty character. The car is up for sale in Florida with 20,500 miles on its wheels.
The world of sports sedans is always seeing new entrants from various manufacturers trying to make their mark. The formula for the perfect sports sedan however is dominated by a few cars, one of them being the iconic BMW M5. The BMW M5 is a true driver’s car; one that could set rapid lap times on the weekends and then go on to become a luxurious daily for when you need to go to work and be responsible. Don't sacrifice performance by being practical, instead why not have both with this 2019 BMW M5 Sedan we have today. Located in Florida and with just 37,355 miles on the clock this can be your own way of being sensible as well as having a bit of fun.
The market for fast sedans is at an all-time high. The many reasons to buy has ensured that loyal customers keep returning for more. With a growing customer base manufacturers have also tried to capitalize and be the king of performance sedans. Whilst it's hard to say with the multiple options available in today's market back in the early 2000's there was sure a clear winner and that was the iconic BMW M5 sedan. With its aggressive yet practical styling cues the E 60 M5 will go down as one of the best M5's ever to come out of Munich. With an M5 you really can't go wrong. You got the performance to scare supercars, as well as ferry the family around in practical comfort. With all this checked off your list it's time you invested in this 2006 BMW M5 sedan we have today. Located in Massachusetts and with just 63,000 miles on the clock since new this German autobahnstormer is yours to gently eat highway miles or enjoy a frenzied drive while on a track day
The highly successful BMW M8 owes its legacy to the BMW M6, the high-performance version of the BMW 6 Series. The M6 was in production from 1983 to 1989 and again from 2005 to 2018 with 3 generations under its belt. The 6-Series was a rear-wheel-drive Grand Tourer with some serious performance numbers. The second-generation BMW M6 produced from 2005 to 2010 was the car to bring back the legacy of the M6 of the Eighties, after its 6 years hiatus. What we do have is a 2007 BMW M6 in the coupe variant with just 17,900 miles on the clock and available to be seen in the Beaver State, Oregon.
BMW’s 6-series was aimed at being a two-door coupe variant of the pinnacle 7-series when the first generation E24 debuted in 1976. Enjoying a 13-year production run, the 6-series badge would see a hiatus from 1989 until 2003 when the second-generation E63 would take over until 2010, and the third generation from 2010 until 2018. The third generation expanded the lineup into the four-door realm. The first three generations all enjoyed a madcap M6 variant, and what we have today is a 2013 BMW M6 Coupe from the third generation that hails from Massachusetts with just 35,995 miles under its belt. Do consider this luxury and swift BMW grand tourer as your next ride!
When BMW found that they had to satisfy the homologation regulations of the DTM series they were competing in, the result was the E30 M3 which entered the scene in 1986. As the halo car of their hugely popular 3-Series compact executive car, there has been an M3 variant of every generation ever since the E30. The M3 has won accolade after accolade as a fine-handling machine with the appropriately powerful and tuneful engine to match. If you’re looking for a piece of German automotive history, as well as a savvy future investment that you can enjoy pure driving pleasure with, this 1989 BMW E30 M3 from New York fits the bill to a tee. It’s said to be a show/track car with zero rust and underwent a rebuild in 2004. The odometer shows 97,010 miles which is barely scratching the surface of how far these cars can go with proper maintenance.
BMW’s E30 3-series is hallowed for bringing some fine driving dynamics to the Bavarian automaker’s compact executive car. The E30 entered the scene in 1982 and ran all the way up to 1994. It’s also renowned as the series from which the M3 was born, featuring the iconic high-revving engine and sublime handling. If you’ve been lusting after an E30 – and there are quite a few who do – here’s a fine 1990 BMW 325i Convertible from that generation. Coming to you from Virginia, this 126,104 mile example has been family owned since new and comes with all documentation, books, records, and complete history from new. The owner proudly states that the car needs nothing and would happily drive cross-country without worries. It’s also reportedly nearly all-original and nothing has been modified.
While the Bavarian automakers reputation precedes it, the M moniker is altogether on another level of BMW craftsmanship. One of BMWs best-selling cars is the BMW M-Series, an executive car which was introduced in 1972, and as of 2021 is in its seventh-generation. The M moniker was first applied to the hugely successful BMW 3.0 CSL, the division was created to facilitate BMW’s racing program. In our inventory is the fourth-generation of the five series that’s been fettled by the M Division, a 2003 BMW M5 Manual – more commonly known as the BMW E39, with just 58,200 miles on the clock and available to be seen in Massachusetts.
1999 saw “The World Is Not Enough” hit the silver screens, with Pierce Brosnan’s sharp looks at James Bond doing the whole ‘save the world from destruction’ thing. Bond film car aficianados will have no doubt noticed the sleek silver roadster that Bond drives in the film, before it is dramatically cut in half by a helicopter-mounted set of circular saws. That car is BMW’s Z8 which was introduced to the public in 2000, and produced for just three years. The Z8 also saw some screen time in the Jackie Chan flick ‘The Tuxedo’. If the Z8 caught your eye in either of these films, here’s a lovely 2003 BMW Z8 Roadster from Florida for sale, with just 48,000 miles on the clock. Only 5,703 Z8s were produced, with 2,543 sold in North America so you’re joining an exclusive club.
When we think of Germany we often think about the Autobahn, Endless straight roads with no speed limits. A question that closely follows is what the perfect vehicle would be to blast down the Autobahn, something that’s fast, luxurious and built to perfection. The BMW M5 is one that fits the bill. The M5 is the pinnacle performance variant of the BMW’s 5-series. The real magic was done underneath the hood and all supporting components to ultimately make a car that could dominate the sports sedan market. This 2007 BMW M5 Sedan embodies that spirit. Located in Missouri and with just 90,000 miles on the clock this is your perfect companion be it tearing up a racetrack or a comfortable cruise down the highway, better yet due to its incredible engineering feat its only a matter of time when this particular generation of M5s become classics and shoot up in value.
BMW stunned the world when they released the i8 sports car in 2014. Here was a plug-in hybrid with space-age looks, and powered by a turbocharged three-cylinder engine! By the time the model bowed out in 2020, it had sold more than 20,000 units and was the highest-selling plug-in electric sports car. With only 6,776 units sold in the United States, here’s your chance to own one of these futuristic automobiles with this 2016 BMW i8 Giga World that we have on sale. It comes from Georgia with just 30,000 miles on the clock. Only 6,776 i8s were sold in the United States through its production run, with 1,594 sold Stateside in 2016 so this is truly a rare find.
The announcement of the fourth generation M3 was an event that sparked global excitement as the world was about to finally see the car that would succeed the legendary E46 M3, one of the most iconic M cars of all time. This meant that BMW had to come up with a way of integrating modern technology with the trademark characteristics of an M3. The result was a vehicle that was so well engineered that it would go on to be referred to as the most complete car in the world. This heavily tuned BMW M3 Competition Prior Design Widebody comes with impressive upgrades and is up for sale in The Golden State of California with just over 21,000 miles to its name.
The question has often been asked: is the BMW Z8 the sexiest roadster BMW ever made, if not the most sought-after BMW ever? A legend with BMW circles, the Z8 was designed under the code name "E52" in an attempt to commemorate and evoke the distinctive style of the BMW 507 that was produced from 1956 to 1959. Henrik Fisker, the proficient automotive designer behind the aesthetics of multiple Aston Martins, the electric Fiskers, and the Mustang Rocket, is responsible for the stunning exterior design of the BMW Z8 Roadster. Being one of the rarest BMWs ever made, it's naturally a highly desirable car. This 2001 BMW Z8 Roadster is currently located in Florida. It displays 31,622 miles on the odometer and has been recently serviced at 31,300 miles. Included in the sale is the manufacturer's detailed and illustrated coffee table book with leather sample bounding. Also available is the VIN tag, original window sticker, letters of origin to the original owner from BMW North America, and an original CDMA mobile phone.
The BMW X5 made its debut in 1998 as a mid-sized SUV from the Bavarian automaker. It was BMW’s first SUV and was hugely successful thanks to the technology gained just after its acquisition of Land Rover. Although the X5 was a large vehicle, BMW decided to brand it as a Sports Activity Vehicle or ‘SAV’ due to its impressive on-road capabilities. The German automakers decided that the X5 had the potential to bear more power, which is when they started building high-performance variants of the vehicle that carried the ‘M’ badging. The X5 model is now on its fourth generation. This is a special third-generation 2018 BMW X5 M Black Fire Edition which is 1 of only 300 produced. It’s up for sale in Miami with 47,000 miles on the clock.
A few months after unveiling the M8 coupe and convertible, BMW introduced the M8 Gran Coupe model to their automotive portfolio. Signaling the start of a defining new era, the M8 Grand coupe boasts a combination of luxury, elegance, comfort and an outstanding sporty character with impressive driving dynamics. However, stretching the envelope further, BMW released the 2020 M8 Gran Coupe Competition First Edition, which is production-capped at just 400 cars. We are proud to present this extremely rare specimen of a 2020 BMW M8 Gran Coupe Competition First Edition. In addition to being 1 of 400 made, it is 1 of the 50 reported to be in the US. Located in California, this car comes with only 9,000 miles on the clock and a slew of optional extras.
In simple terms, the 2015 BMW M4 Coupe is everything an ‘M’ car ought to be. As sensational as the M3 coupe was, BMW outdid themselves once again with the debut of the M4 Coupe. This beautiful, aggressive, and curvaceous beast packs the right specifications and numbers to take on a racetrack with passion. It exited the M division with a more powerful engine, upgraded suspension, upgraded brakes and lightweight materials that result in reduced kerbweight. Less weight with more power means, simply put, you go faster, corner quicker and stop earlier. This example of an exhilarating German performance machine has undergone tasteful upgrades and is located in Florida. With a mere 52,000 miles on the clock, it awaits its next lucky owner.
The original BMW E9 made its debut in 1968 as a nippy coupe that sustained Bavarian luxury with a touch of playfulness. The design of the car was unique, given the fact that it was Karmann responsible for the bodywork. While the E9 was undoubtedly a beautiful piece of work to look at, it didn't really gain as much attention as BMW would have hoped, which is when the German automaker decided to release the 3.0 CSL, BMW's very first professional racing car, and arguably the godfather of performance-oriented Bimmers we see today. What you see here was originally a 1971 2.8L 2800CS that has been transformed into its iconic 3.0CSL form thanks to its current owner, who is an avid car enthusiast. The car has 90k miles to its name and is one of Florida's most unique German autos.
Some say that nothing portrays German engineering as much as a BMW M car. And BMW’s M line is highly revered among fans of Teutonic German power. While the first-ever “M” spec vehicle, the BMW M1, was released in 1978, was a mid-engined sports car, the BMW M4 is a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive performance coupe. Our subject car, a 2018 BMW M4 Competition, with just over 36800 miles, is in pristine condition and comes with multiple factory-installed options.
Most die-hard fans of the Bavarian marque may associate an Alpine White BMW with the E30 M3 driven by the legendary Roberto Ravaglia. And with such prestigious heritage, the F80 M3 has large shoes to fill. Thankfully, it did, and more, and our subject 2015 BMW M3 Sedan, is a fine example of a car that impressed journalists and fans alike when launched. It's complete with a host of modifications that further enhance the car's performance. The sale will include all OEM parts too. This 2015 BMW M3 Sedan includes a clean CarFax report and is on sale in Colorado.
In 1989, BMW decided to take a break from producing luxury-but-sporting sedans built for wealthy executives to cater to motorsport enthusiasts. The German manufacturer introduced the Z model, a roadster that didn't shine in terms of practicality but was undoubtedly a sheer driving experience. The Z series continued, claiming its place in the hearts of car enthusiasts. The Z4, such as the example featured below, was designed by Danish BMW designer Anders Warming, who created a modern, more significant model than the previous generation. This GoldenEye-inspired Z4 has clocked just 64k miles on the road and is for sale in New Jersey.
What happens when you take an already capable 5-series beamer and put an F1-inspired V10 in it? You get a hunk of German luxury that can literally burn roads and an M5 badge. This car was built for daring, sophisticated, and social people because the idea of a four-door sedan that can seat five and keep up with a Porsche GT3 is a little bit crazy, a little bit BMW. This beautiful example is yours to purchase and is currently located in Colorado.
The initiation of the M sport line was solid proof that high-performance racing ran deep within the veins of man and machine that represented BMW. Their consistent success on the track during the ’60s and 70’s encouraged them to diversify from luxury sedans and extend their portfolio to track-ready sports cars that we know and love them for today. Following these successes the, M4 competition was announced during February 2016 to be the ever more capable package of the original M4. This version posed a serious threat to its competition and was soon the ultimate benchmark in the high-performance coupe category. The subject listed below sits in sunny California and is accompanied by a series of aftermarket parts to awaken its true capabilities.
The E92 series of M3 from BMW is undoubtedly one of the most revered generations of this teutonic German sports coupe. Largely down the much-loved V8 engine and sublime chassis, the E90 series a sought-after sports car in any state. Our subject car raises the bar, with a host of performance modifications carried out to an already attractive and capable base. Not only does it feature a wildly-tuned, turbocharged 4-liter V8 motor producing 856 wheel HP, but it also features the holy grail of many automotive enthusiasts: a manual transmission. In fact, this 2013 BMW M3 Competition is one of only 2500 manual LCI (facelift) E92 M3s in North America.
The BMW E90 series of vehicles is widely considered as one of the best generations of BMW 3-Series. Available in a four-door sedan, five-door wagon, and two-door coupe and convertible forms, the 3-Series was a junior executive car that had widespread appeal. The E93, with its folding hardtop roof, holds a considerable amount of charm thanks to its combination of open-air driving and coupe lines with the NVH benefits of a metal roof. Our subject car is a 2010 335i M-Sport E93 with a host of modifications under the hood and to the exterior. Along with the extensive upgrades, we’re assured that all maintenance has been performed, with the transmission serviced, brake system flushed, and cooling system maintenance recently completed too.
More than just a special edition, the M2 Competition carries with it a significant number of crucial improvements over the standard BMW M2. Chiefly, the M2 Competition features a proper M engine: a version of the turbocharged straight-six found in the M3 & M4. The M2 features a wider bodyshell than the standard 2-series, and the Competition adds to that a recalibrated suspension system and stiffened front end thanks to a carbon-fiber engine brace. Our subject car has just 3900 miles and comes with several choice factory options selected. The 2020 BMW M2 Competition will always be considered a true driver’s car, but this specimen adds to it by ditching the automatic DCT for the more involved and enthusiast-appealing 6-speed manual transmission.
Since the first M5 of the ’80s, BMW has been known for making some of the best super sedans in the world. Seemingly with each generation, they get better. The E60 M5 was no different. With a V10 engine that sounded like their F1 power-plant, the E60 M5 was an instant hit. But despite having 400bhp, the legendary tuning minds at Dinan didn’t think it was enough. Which is why they went about releasing specialist engine components to up the ante. The car you see here has received the Dinan treatment: a headlining Dinan 5.8 Stroker kit. We’re assured that preventative maintenance has been carried out, and the car will be supplied with recent service history.
The BMW X6 was a revolutionary concept when launched. It combines an SUV with the design language of a coupe. It was only a matter of time before the boffins at BMW’s M division got their hands on it, resulting in a formidable package in the form of the X6M. This 2012 BMW X6 M is based in Harwich, MA and has 79,555 miles.
Unfortunately for all automotive enthusiasts, the manual transmission is on it's way to extinction. Today's updated technology has outweighed all car lover's lust for the true feeling of driving a stick shift. With that being said, this BMW M3 is the unicorn that car people dream of. Not only does it have the rare 6 speed transmission, but it is powered by the 4.0L V8 engine that makes this a true race car. We are pleased to showcase this meticulously maintained example of what every BMW M3 should look like.
Finished in Alpine White over black Dakota leather, this 2017 BMW M2 shows 33,800 miles at the time of consignment. Boasting the Executive Package, M Driver’s Package, Apple CarPlay, and 7-speed M-DCT transmission, this fully optioned F87 M2 has been upgraded with coilovers, a charge pipe and air intake, a plethora of carbon fiber body parts, and other accessories as listed below. It is being offered on consignment through Exotic Car Trader with a clean title and a clean Carfax.
This 2017 BMW X5 M is finished in Black Sapphire Metallic over Mugello Red Merino leather. A highly optioned example with an original sticker price north of $110,000, this X5 M benefits from the Driver Assistance Package, Executive Package, and other options as noted below. Power comes courtesy of a twin-turbocharged 567 horsepower 4.4-liter V8 driving a full-time all-wheel drive system through an 8-speed automatic transmission. This 2017 BMW X5 M is being offered from the Exotic Car Trader inventory with a clean title, clean Carfax, and just over 38,000 miles used of the existing factory warranty.
This 2017 BMW M3 is a highly optioned example sporting the M Competition Package, M Double Clutch Transmission, and M Performance Suspension Package. As a result, this car boasts more horsepower and better handling across the board than a standard M3 of the F80 generation. Finished in Silverstone Metallic over black leather, this 2017 BMW M3 is being offered on consignment through Exotic Car Trader with a clean title, a clean Carfax, an active 4-year/50,000-mile factory warranty, and 22,705 miles at the time of listing.
This 2017 BMW M4 Competition Package is finished in Mineral White Metallic over black leather. First launched in 2014, the BMW M4 ended the decades-long divided identity of the M3 – offered as both a coupe and a sedan – by turning the two models into the M4 and M3, respectively. This 2017 BMW M4 Competition is fitted with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and the Competition Package; among other performance enhancements, this option increases the 3.0-liter twin turbocharged inline-six engine to 444 horsepower from the standard 425. The extended Competition Package specifications and other optional extras are detailed below. This 2017 BMW M4 Competition is listed by Exotic Car Trader with 55,109 miles, a clean title, and a clean Carfax.
This 2018 BMW 750i is a highly optioned example with an original sticker price of over $120,000. Finished in Imperial Blue Metallic over Caramel leather, this 750i boasts luxury improvements like the Interior Design Package, safety and technology options like Driver Assistance Plus and the Autobahn Package, and many more optional extras as listed below. Power comes courtesy of a 445-horsepower 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine backed by an 8-speed automatic transmission. This 2018 BMW 750i is being offered with 14,045 miles from the Exotic Car Trader collection with a clean title and clean Carfax.