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How much is F10 M5 DCT transmission?

Old 01-26-2012, 07:53 PM
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As the title says, I'm trying to find out the price for the double-clutch transmission from the F10 M5. Realoem lists the part, but no price. The Manual on the F10 M5 is about 4500 bucks, but I'm assuming the DCT is much more moolah - anyone know?

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As the title says, I'm trying to find out the price for the double-clutch transmission from the F10 M5. Realoem lists the part, but no price. The Manual on the F10 M5 is about 4500 bucks, but I'm assuming the DCT is much more moolah - anyone know?

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$4500?? that sounds way too cheap
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No idea but I bet it's very expensive
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Originally Posted by v_therussian View Post
As the title says, I'm trying to find out the price for the double-clutch transmission from the F10 M5. Realoem lists the part, but no price. The Manual on the F10 M5 is about 4500 bucks, but I'm assuming the DCT is much more moolah - anyone know?

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I would think that the DCT transmission would be standard on the US release F10 M5, and that manual transmission may cost you. Or, one might be able to choose for no charge. I believe that in Europe, DCT would be standard. We'll have to wait and see until the M5 configurator becomes available for the US.
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I would think that the DCT transmission would be standard on the US release F10 M5, and that manual transmission may cost you. Or, one might be able to choose for no charge. I believe that in Europe, DCT would be standard. We'll have to wait and see until the M5 configurator becomes available for the US.
I wasn't very clear, I meant how much is it to buy the tranny alone.
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Originally Posted by v_therussian View Post
As the title says, I'm trying to find out the price for the double-clutch transmission from the F10 M5. Realoem lists the part, but no price. The Manual on the F10 M5 is about 4500 bucks, but I'm assuming the DCT is much more moolah - anyone know?
I guess, buying a new M F10 is the most cost effince way to get it - all in all.
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