How much does a BMW E34 M5 cost?

Q: What is the average sale price of a M5 – E34? A: The average price of a M5 – E34 is $29,806.

Is the E34 M5 reliable?

The bigger dimensions make it more comfortable and usable on long-distance trips than the E28-generation M5, and its straight-six delivers typical Teutonic reliability when properly maintained. So, why is a clean, documented E34 M5 worth about as much as an E28 M5 in fair condition? In one word: Rarity.

How many E34 M5 Touring were made?

12,254 units
The M5 Touring, which was BMW M Division’s first wagon as well as the last hand-built M car, saw 891 units produced. Total production of the E34 M5 was 12,254 units, of which 8,344 were 3.6-litre and 3,910 were 3.8-litre….E34 M5 (1988–1995)

BMW M5 (E34)
Height 1,392 mm (54.8 in)
Curb weight 1,745 kg (3,847 lb)

How much was the 1995 BMW M5?

The 1995 BMW M5 Touring wagon is one of the rarest models from what was arguably the M Division’s golden age. An immaculately maintained example is currently for sale at BMW specialist Enthusiast Auto Group in Ohio. The price is listed as $149,990, but it will take more than cash to land this Bimmer.

How much does a E34 cost?

A: The average price of a BMW 5 Series – E34 is $22,025.

Is a BMW E34 a classic?

BMW E34 (1988-1995) Without the distinctive ‘shark nose’ of previous BMW models, it has taken a long time for the E34 to sell its character as a classic but, in the last few years, it has slowly managed to do so.

Is BMW M5 reliable?

The M5 was off sale by the time we compiled our most recent reliability survey, but BMW as a brand finished in 16th place out of 32 manufacturers. The ordinary 5 Series finished in third place in the luxury car category with an overall score of 91%.

How fast is a BMW M5?

Still, the M5 Comp’s numbers speak for themselves: 617 hp, 553 pound-feet of torque, zero to 60 in an estimated 3.1 seconds, and an electronically limited top speed of 190 mph with the optional M Driver’s Package (otherwise it’s “just” 155 mph).

Is there a M5 Wagon?

This low-production, stick-shift special was the first “touring” model built by BMW M.