2001 BMW Z8
90,764 Miles | Cincinnati, OH
$159,990
est. $2,306/mo

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2001 BMW Z8
7,269 Miles | Newtown Square, PA
$199,990
est. $2,883/mo

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2001 BMW Z8
2,397 Miles | Lake Park, FL
$239,900
est. $3,458/mo

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2001 BMW Z8
23,389 Miles | Kirkwood, MO
$179,950
est. $2,594/mo

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2003 BMW Z8
27,855 Miles | Costa Mesa, CA
$174,888
est. $2,521/mo

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2001 BMW Z8
16,847 Miles | Murrieta, CA
$184,990
est. $2,666/mo

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2002 BMW Z8
16,970 Miles | Farmingdale, NY
$234,900
est. $3,386/mo

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2001 BMW Z8
14,919 Miles | North Miami, FL
$270,588
est. $3,900/mo

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2003 BMW Z8
6,107 Miles | Marietta, GA
$238,500
est. $3,438/mo

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2000 BMW Z8
16,333 Miles | Wadsworth, OH
$199,995
est. $2,883/mo

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2001 BMW Z8
14,000 Miles | Spring, TX
$225,000
est. $3,243/mo

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2001 BMW Z8
20,049 Miles | Manchester, MO
$175,000
est. $2,522/mo

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2001 BMW Z8
13,403 Miles | Boca Raton, FL
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est. $0/mo

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2002 BMW Z8
2,548 Miles | Cincinnati, OH
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2000 BMW Z8
11,000 Miles | Miami, FL
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2002 BMW Z8
17,708 Miles | Reseda, CA
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BMW Z8 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.7
15 Reviews
Overall
4.7
Value
4.5
Performance
4.2
Style
4.8
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
4.2
Reliability
4.6

BMW Z8 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2003 BMW Z8 - I feel like James Bond driving this car

Philip
New York, New York
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
A pretty rare car that I finally had the pleasure of acquiring. I bought this car for my collection and wanted a unique convertible to take out from time to time. I first saw the BMW Z8 in a James Bond film and have been hooked ever since. I owned a 2001 E39 M5 at the time, and when I found out that the same powertrain was going into a BMW convertible that's constructed of an aluminum body, I thought that it was going to be a heck of a car. I have owned my Z8 for the better part of 12 years now and only use it 5 or so times a year. It's not the most comfortable driving car and can take some time getting use too. The driving experience is up to par where a M car should be when driven spirited. The interior feels a little dated, with flimsy plastics and weird seatbelt design. Ove... (more)
Story
The first day I picked it up to bring it home, I couldn't stop smiling/ looking in my garage back at it.
Pros
V8 power in a convertible, Great design even by todays standards, Unique one off production car.
Cons
Technology is dated, interior isn't the most comfortable for long trips, hard to work on, Pricey.

2018 BMW Z8 - Good vehicle.

Z8 Owner
Memphis, Tennessee
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
Chances are good that you're unfamiliar with the BMW Z8, or E52 as it's known in BMW's internal model code--at least in person. It was a rare and low-volume car, with just 2,543 examples built for U.S. consumption, and only 5,703 built in total. Born from the Z07 concept car, designed as an homage to the legendary BMW 507, the Z8 entered production in 1999 and ceased in 2003, though sales in the U.S. continued through 2006. The exterior design was executed by a man who would later start up his own extended-range electric vehicle company, the ill-fated Fisker, producer of the Karma. Priced above $125,000, the Z8 used an all-aluminum build for its structure, and hosted the Z62 4.9-liter V-8 engine under its hood. Good for 400 horsepower, the Z8 was a quick car, hitting 60 mph from a stop... (more)
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Born from the Z07 concept car, designed as an homage to the legendary BMW 507, the Z8 entered production in 1999 and ceased in 2003, though sales in the U.S. continued through 2006. The exterior design was executed by a man who would later start up his own extended-range electric vehicle company, the ill-fated Fisker, producer of the Karma. Priced above $125,000, the Z8 used an all-aluminum b... (more)
Pros
It is a cool looking car, very stylish but you will get bored were soon, kind of boring to drive. People look, but performance and fun factor is no big deal. I have a 2002 911 turbo which is the best sports car in the world, and this new one cannot even compare. Even though the $ is close.
Cons
On the transmission front, the Z8 was only offered in the U.S. with a six-speed manual transmission, though the limited-run Alpina version of the Z8 (only 450 units were built to U.S. spec) offered a five-speed automatic transmission. The Alpina Z8 also offered slightly reduced horsepower, but greater torque for easier low-speed cruising.

2003 BMW Z8 - Ten years experience with BMW Z8.

Z8 Owner
Katy, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
The BMW Z8 is a roadster produced by German automotive manufacturer BMW from 2000 to 2003. The Z8 was developed under the codename "E52" between 1993 and 1999, through the efforts of a design team led by Chris Bangle from 1993 to 1995.[2] The exterior was designed by Henrik Fisker and the interior by Scott Lempert up until 1995, when the latter left BMW and styling was approved.
Story
Boyfriend and I spent last August in Norway. Our first stop was Trolltunga, 22km of walking through snow, mud, rain, wind and darkness. Two days later we hiked Pulpit Rock, almost half the distance, this second hike seemed like a breeze compared to the first one. We spent the rest of the time relaxing and exploring the beautiful county of Ryfylke – from a 10 Euro/day spa overlooking the lake, ... (more)
Pros
Design.
Cons
Price.

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