Other than a slight upward nudge in its sticker price, nothing has changed for 2002 with BMW’s most costly model. Most people have never even seen a BMW Z8, much less contemplated the purchase of one. At $130,645, which includes the destination charge, plus another $2,100 for a gas-guzzler tax, the Z8 isn’t a sports car for everyone. During 2001, BMW sold 970 units of the high-end roadster in the United States, according to Automotive News. Read More
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