2002 BMW 5 Series
204,734 Miles
$5,500

Hagerstown, MD
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2002 BMW 5 Series
100,621 Miles
$5,880

Santa Clarita, CA
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2002 BMW 5 Series
126,897 Miles
$3,994

Carrollton, TX
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2002 BMW 5 Series
180,792 Miles
$3,225

Houston, TX
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2002 BMW 5 Series
154,626 Miles
$6,788

Gresham, OR
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2002 BMW 5 Series
182,043 Miles
$3,950

Naugatuck, CT
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2002 BMW 5 Series
183,857 Miles
$3,900

Norfolk, VA
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2002 BMW 5 Series
$5,995

Oklahoma City, OK
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2002 BMW 5 Series
131,598 Miles
$4,999

Winston Salem, NC
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2002 BMW 5 Series
141,912 Miles
$5,995

Dickinson, ND
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2002 BMW 5 Series
151,517 Miles
$6,990

Houston, TX
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2002 BMW 5 Series
86,147 Miles
$6,880

Fontana, CA
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2002 BMW 5 Series
90,000 Miles
$4,999

Inglewwod , CA
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2002 BMW 5 Series
107,976 Miles
$5,595

Rockford, IL
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2002 BMW 5 Series
165,508 Miles
$4,980

Burbank, IL
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2002 BMW 5 Series
113,000 Miles
$5,895

Harbison Canyon, CA
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2002 BMW 5 Series
170,106 Miles
$2,995

Villa Park, IL
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2002 BMW 5 Series
125,243 Miles
$6,895

Palatine, IL
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2002 BMW 5 Series
137,488 Miles
$6,995

Portland, OR
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2002 BMW 5 Series
138,872 Miles
$6,490

Asheville, NC
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2002 BMW 5 Series Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.5
Reliability
2.0

2002 BMW 5 Series Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2002 BMW 5 Series - Expensive, but worth it

BlueM5
Kennesaw, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
1.0
Overall my M5 has been a wonderful car. I love the power of my BMW M5. I opted for the post face lift version which includes projector headlights and Celis tail lights. The E39 M5 is the last hand built M car ever produced. The power feels limitless. No matter which gear I'm in I always get pushed into my seat when I punch the gas. The interior is very solid and nothing is damaged inside even being 12 years old. The cabin is nice and quiet on the highway yet I still get that gorgeous roar from the V8 at high RPMs. The ride on the highway is very smooth for a 12 year old 340 rwhp family sedan.
Story
I have walked so many people in this thing. From a dig it just hooks up and flys.
Pros
The power and looks are the two most mentionable pros for this car. The design of this car really is timeless.
Cons
The parts are getting too expensive for me to justify the ownership anymore. I have spent more money in parts over the past couple of years than the car is worth. Granted, you don't own one of these things for its economic features.

2002 BMW 5 Series - Love it, expensive if not well maintained

KO
Morgantown, West Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
Overall, I love the car. If it's in your price range, I would recommend it completely. The car does well on the road and would be great for a single adult or as a family car. The cabin is spacious as well as the large trunk, designed to fit 3 full size golf bags (for comparison). The propulsion is smooth and there is little sound from the engine inside the cabin whether in the city or on county roads.
Pros
Features & Luxury. Although the car is a 2002, it meets or exceeds many current lower price range cars. Many of the features make the cabin of the car a very comfortable experience for short or long drives. It's warm in the winter and remains cool even in summer. Style, The car is known for its look, but the interior and exterior are beautiful. The sleek design is aerodynamic, yet retains the legacy of the brand. Interior is grey leather with black dash and a dark laminate wood trim.
Cons
Performance in winter (snow). As the car is rear-wheel drive there are some problems to be had in inclement weather. Gas mileage. If you're concerned about mileage, the car averages around 18 city and 28 highway in mostly hill/mountain terrain. The car is very heavy, but sports a lot of power to make up for it.

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