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Old 03-04-2006, 11:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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95' M5 vs. 95' 530i

Wondering what the differences, besides the engines, are with a 95 M5 and a 95 530i. If you can point me in the right direction i'll research it on my own, i just couldn't find anything. Sorry if its been asked. Thanks!
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- The M5 doesn't come with a automatic
- M5 has a M-package: bumpers, sideskirts etc.
- Sports seats
- M5 specific suspension (shocks, springs, swaybars)
- Wheel differences
- edit: bigger brakes.
That's about it as far as the differences. Most other stuff such as interior bits and pieces etc is interchangable, as well as body panels.

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also the differennce is in price
and the cost to maintain

also the ride quality - m5 is more sporty and is defintely faster, better handling, better everything
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also the differennce is in price
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also the ride quality - m5 is more sporty and is defintely faster, better handling, better everything
i covered that when i said suspension ... lol
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