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2002 Bmw M5 on 2040-cars

US $19,000.00
Year:2002 Mileage:61500 Color: Blue /

Jersey City, New Jersey, United States

Jersey City, New Jersey, United States

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For sale is my stunning 2002 BMW M5 E39. The car is absolutely flawless, pristine, and showroom condition and in a
very unique and rare color (carbon black by BMW code, which is actually extremely dark metallic blue). I would rate
this car 9.5/10. This is by far one of the best quality examples of M5 out there. I am a BMW enthusiast and have
taken great care of this car. It was serviced at a BMW dealership and I have all the service records. No expense
has been spared and I took absolutely the best care of it. Maintenance was performed regularly and all service
records from BMW dealership available.
This BMW is for the true enthusiast collector. It is considered perhaps the best M5 ever made given its timeless
design, absolutely immense power and speed (in 2000 this M5 was the fastest 4-door car in the world), a silky
smooth naturally aspirated V8 and of course, the only gearbox available on this car – a true 6-speed manual
transmission. This is 2002 so it has all the updates such as angel eyes and other things that were not available on
a 2000 version. This car is also fully loaded with custom original options such as extra soft leather seats and
leather stitched dashboard (see pictures attached…most other E39 M5s have plastic dashboards, not wrapped in
leather like this one). The car is also fitted with suede roofline, a CD changer and even a cassette player.
I won’t spend much time about the mechanical portion as it is truly 10/10. The car needs absolutely no work and
last had its checkup a few weeks ago (I put brand new disk brake rotors and brake pads in the front). The car is
also fitted with nearly brand new Michelin Pilot Super Sports tires, undoubtedly the best tire on the market today
(standard option for new Ferraris and Porsches and was actually designed specifically for Ferrari 458 Italia).
Engine works flawlessly, transmission and gearbox works perfectly and like brand new.
Interior-wise, there is also not much to say as it is nearly perfect for its age. No rips, tears, scratches, or
anything of that sort.

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Mon, 24 Feb 2014 16:01:00 EST

Interested in picking up a new BMW 4 Series with a turbo six? You've got options: you can get the 435i with 300 horsepower or spring for the M4 with 425 hp. But if it's the convertible model you want, we're afraid you'll be limited to the latter as the M division can't help you (at least not for the time being). But that's where Alpina comes in.
The aftermarket tuner closely associated with BMW offers the B4 Bi-Turbo (at least in Europe) with that same 3.0-liter twin-turbo inline-six massaged up to 410 horsepower that starts to pose a threat to the M4. What's more is that the Alpina's 442 pound-feet of torque eclipses the M4's 406 lb-ft, to say nothing of the 435i's 300.
Best of all, Alpina just confirmed via Facebook that it'll offer the B4 in convertible form, bringing the resulting BMW Alpina B4 Bi-Turbo Cabrio to the Geneva Motor Show. We'd expect the weight penalty to knock it slightly off the coupe's quoted 4.1-second 0-60 time, but not by much. If only BMW were to bring this one Stateside like it does with the B7 sedan.

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Tue, 12 Mar 2013 12:59:00 EST

After ninety years in business and first-to-market motorcycle innovations like the one-piece 'tunnel' crankcase, hydraulically dampened front forks and full fairings, as well as that trademark boxer engine, BMW Motorrad is celebrating its nonagenarian status with a video: You can follow the ride on BMW motorcycles from 1923 to now in just 90 seconds.
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BMW slapped with discrimination suit by EEOC

Thu, 13 Jun 2013 10:15:00 EST

According to a report from CNNMoney, BMW has been hit with a lawsuit from the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission after revised criminal background check policies resulted in the dismissal of 88 contractors, 70 of whom (that's about 80 percent) were black. A total of 645 contractors were required to submit to background checks at BMW's facility in Spartanburg, South Carolina after BMW switched contract companies at its plant.
Though the 88 persons who were not rehired by the new contractor all had criminal records, that may not necessarily be a legal way to screen applicants, as the EEOC counters: "BMW's policy has no time limit with regard to convictions. The policy is a blanket exclusion without any individualized assessment of the nature and gravity of the crimes, the ages of the convictions, or the nature of the claimants' respective positions."
BMW's actions were in violation of the Civic Rights Act of 1964, according to the EEOC, because they utilized "a criminal conviction policy that disproportionately screened out African-Americans." A recent bulletin offering guidance from the EEOC on the Civil Rights Act can be found here, but the EEOC's stance on the issue has been the same for years: "Since issuing its first written policy guidance in the 1980s regarding the use of arrest and conviction records in employment decisions, the EEOC has advised employers that under certain circumstances, their use of that information to deny employment opportunities could be at odds with Title VII."