Available for auction is this 2001 BMW E39 M5 finished in Carbon Black Metallic over a Caramel Nappa leather interior. The third-generation BMW M5 is consistently hailed as one of the best-driving executive sedans of all time and was the fastest sedan in the world upon its debut in 2000. Featuring a 6-speed manual transmission and accompanied by records showing over $15k invested in service, this three-owner 2001 example is now being offered for out of Tennessee showing approximately 71k miles on the odometer.
This E39 wears Carbon Black Metallic paint and sits on its original 18" Style 65 wheels shod in Michelin tires at all four corners. Additional features include fog lights, quad exhaust outlets, a glass moonroof, and xenon headlights. The hood is said to have been previously refinished to address rock chips, detailed images are provided in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX report.
Inside, the cabin is trimmed in Caramel Nappa leather and features M5-badged door sills, an M-branded gear shift lever, and an M Sport multifunction leather-wrapped steering wheel. Amenities include power-adjustable and heated seats with memory function, automatic climate control, and a factory navigation system.
A 4.9-liter naturally aspirated S62 V8 engine drives the rear wheels via a 6-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential. It develops up to 394 HP and 369 pound-feet of torque, generating an originally quoted 0-60 time of under 5 seconds. An upgraded Dinan exhaust system has been installed and a collection of service records is provided for reference in the gallery.
The sale of this BMW M5 will include two keys, a clean title, and factory literature.