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      08-05-2010, 12:41 PM   #1
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I just got a full price sheet from my dealer effective 8/3 for the new 5 series. It includes a $6,500 option for M Sport and even includes the details on the 550i xDrive. I don't see M Sport Suspension anywhere.

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--Excerpt--
M Sport Package
223 Electronic Damping Control
229 Active Roll Stabilization (ARS)
2ND 19" Light alloy Double-spoke wheels style 351M-with performance run-flat tires
(19x8.5, 245/40 R19 front and 19x9.0, 275/35 R19 rear)
2VA Adaptive Drive
456 Multi-contour seats
4MR Aluminum Hexagon interior trim
or 4B5 Light wood trim
or 4B9 Aluminium Trim
or 4CE Anthracite Wood Trim
710 M steering wheel
715 Aerodynamic kit
760 Shadowline exterior trim
775 Anthracite headliner
840 Increased top speed limiter
(Not in combination with ZSP or ZDH on restricted models )
(Requires Leather Dakota or Nappa Leather on indicated models )
(Requires A52, 300, 354, 416, 668, A89 or A90 on indicated models )
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      08-05-2010, 01:14 PM   #2
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Awesome, thanks for the price sheet. I don't know about $6500 though for DHP and cosmetic changes. Really wanted the sports suspension. I'll have to think about it.
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I just got a full price sheet from my dealer effective 8/3 for the new 5 series. It includes a $6,500 option for M Sport and even includes the details on the 550i xDrive. I don't see M Sport Suspension anywhere.

--Excerpt--
M Sport Package
223 Electronic Damping Control
229 Active Roll Stabilization (ARS)
2ND 19" Light alloy Double-spoke wheels style 351M-with performance run-flat tires
(19x8.5, 245/40 R19 front and 19x9.0, 275/35 R19 rear)
2VA Adaptive Drive
456 Multi-contour seats
4MR Aluminum Hexagon interior trim
or 4B5 Light wood trim
or 4B9 Aluminium Trim
or 4CE Anthracite Wood Trim
710 M steering wheel
715 Aerodynamic kit
760 Shadowline exterior trim
775 Anthracite headliner
840 Increased top speed limiter
(Not in combination with ZSP or ZDH on restricted models )
(Requires Leather Dakota or Nappa Leather on indicated models )
(Requires A52, 300, 354, 416, 668, A89 or A90 on indicated models )
Nooooooo!!
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      08-05-2010, 01:19 PM   #4
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Thanks for posting that. The ZMP adds the EDC but no special M Sport suspension. Interesting. I wonder if Canada will be the same.
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Nooooooo!!


exactly. No suspension, no purchase for me. Might have to look at the M3 sedan instead.
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      08-05-2010, 01:30 PM   #6
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exactly. No suspension, no purchase for me. Might have to look at the M3 sedan instead.
Definitely. Looks like a Europe only option. Due to the large market opportunity of Lexus and Merc aficionados, you will have to get the M3 sedan or M5.
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      08-05-2010, 01:32 PM   #7
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Yep, I'm thinking M3 now which is a shame cause I really loved my E60 550. The M3 is an awesome car, but if I could find a 2010 E60 550 with M Sport, I might snatch that up. Dunno why they had to go this direction with the F10.
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This is killing me. M3 or M5 for me as well. btw, they left off the M sport shifter (very cool on the manual) and the M footrest - small, but nice cosmetic touches.
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Is sport seats even an option or available for special order in the US/Canada?

I certainly hope the M-suspension make it to Canada.
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I don't get it...DHP (active) is a cut above M suspension (passive).

I the main issue price?
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Is sport seats even an option or available for special order in the US/Canada?
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      08-05-2010, 08:03 PM   #12
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I don't get it...DHP (active) is a cut above M suspension (passive).

I the main issue price?
I don't think that that's the case. The M suspension is in addition to the DHP. Do a build of a 535 or 550 M Sport on the BMW UK site. It has both.
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I don't think that that's the case. The M suspension is in addition to the DHP. Do a build of a 535 or 550 M Sport on the BMW UK site. It has both.
But I thought if you add both, it simply replaces the M suspension in M package with the DHP.
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I don't get it...DHP (active) is a cut above M suspension (passive).

I the main issue price?
Many don't like the handling that the current DHP provides and hoped that the M suspension would be result in an improvement. It was a great suspension on the e60 sport....much better than the current setup in my opinion. There are several threads that go into this in detail.
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Wow! The 2010 535xi M sport package was only $3000 (vs $4500 for 2010 535i). Pretty impressive price increase for both versions (especially the Xdrive version)! Good luck BMW.
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Wow! The 2010 535xi M sport package was only $3000 (vs $4500 for 2010 535i). Pretty impressive price increase for both versions (especially the Xdrive version)! Good luck BMW.
+1 and mostly for cosmetic changes. Something tells me the M steering wheel will not add much help to the handling. Well maybe the anthracite headliner will do it.....sorry

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WOW $6500 ..I am sorry but that is a LOT of money for a 'sport' package. Not cool BMW, you can't charge option prices like Porsche
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WOW $6500 ..I am sorry but that is a LOT of money for a 'sport' package. Not cool BMW, you can't charge option prices like Porsche
out of the 6.5k, its 1.3k for the comfort seats and 2.3k for the DHP. basically 3k for the rest of the stuff which is not bad imho.

also try adding the same amount of stuff on even a boxter--its going to be about 15k (i.e. more than double).

NA buyers are so spoilt....
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WOW $6500 ..I am sorry but that is a LOT of money for a 'sport' package. Not cool BMW, you can't charge option prices like Porsche
The M-sport package's $6500 price includes the $2700 DHP option, the $2200 sport package, the $500 anthracite headliner, and the Aerodynamic kit, so it's not like it's just $6500 for a few cosmetic parts.
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After I test drove the 535 and 550 w/out the DHP, I was content with just getting the sport auto with the M-Sport for looks. Now I'm forced to get the DHP option. Maybe I'm the only one, but I'm considering just waiting until I can buy the body kit separately.
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But I thought if you add both, it simply replaces the M suspension in M package with the DHP.
Going off the UK site (the only other english-language source I know), M suspension and Dynamic Handling are seperate components of the European M Sport package.
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Going off the UK site (the only other english-language source I know), M suspension and Dynamic Handling are seperate components of the European M Sport package.
Yes and on the configurator they cannot be combined, which makes sense.
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