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08-08-2012, 04:34 PM #41
08-08-2012, 04:42 PM #42
You know my vote...
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08-08-2012, 06:32 PM #43
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08-08-2012, 08:32 PM #44
I know what you guys are saying and I love the M5's...there are just a lot of factors pulling me towards the 6 right now. I'm not as much of a "driver" as I used to be, my office/myself may also be moving into the city soon, so daily traffic is brutal (auto), I love the class & prestige of the 6 and that this one has a couple of extras to make it unique...plus I'm getting a killer deal on it. I'm going to see it Friday, if financing and everything works out in my favor, I will likely be driving it home the same day.
08-09-2012, 12:31 AM #45
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08-12-2012, 09:52 PM #48Junior Member
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Do it for the sound alone!
08-13-2012, 12:23 AM #49
I went and drove the 645...it's an awesome looking car. Coilovers and the 21" 128's really make it stand out and it looks incredible. Definitely a much different car to drive though. I was driving through some windy roads the other night wondering how it would feel in the 6 instead of a 335i with sport suspension...
It's going to be a hard decision to make, and if I have the opportunity I'd like to drive an e39 M5 soon also, but the 645 still has my attention even though it's a totally different animal than something small and super agile.
08-17-2012, 06:41 PM #50
I've had an E39 M5 for about 2 months now! Have already done 18000 km (about 11k miles). Through Paris, across Europe and the last 40 days in Albania. I got to say that the traffic here in the city, is the worst traffic ever. And by ever, I mean EVER! People who keep switching lanes without using signals and all kind of crap! You must have nerves of steel. Even though, the driving experience in the city has been not much of a problem with the manual gearbox and I find it rather pleasant. (This was actually my first manual car, I've been driving for 8 years now and every car I and my family has owned these past years has been an automatic).
If I were you, I wouldn't think twice about the E39 M5. Go drive it, enjoy it, and buy it! You will not regret it. I will write an extensive review of the car this weekend. If you're interested, I will give my pros and cons and everything in between. But there aren't a lot of cons about the E39 M5.
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