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Old 02-04-2004, 12:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My dad has decided to get a 745Li.....but the M5 550 HP is very tempting.
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if you're a racer pick the M, if not, the 7
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M5... The amount of space the 7 provides is virtually pointless for a luxary seden.. With the M5, you get best of both worlds.
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how bout a 760iL and a m5?
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Since the 7 series never grew on me, I go for the M. But then I would have gone for the M in any case.
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THe M5 is a sports sedan that be a family car, but at the same time is just about an all out race car and it looks very hot.
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Now if it was a 760Li or a M5 I would have to think a little more but with a 745 or a M5..... M5 All the way, no doubts
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