Despite having the power to slay supercars, the BMW M5 is comfortable and no harder to drive than a regular 5 Series. However, it’s not quite as exciting as the Mercedes-AMG E63get the best price
As standard, the comprehensive equipment list includes keyless entry and go, 20in alloys, bespoke M bumpers and side skirts, and a limited-slip differential. That’s not all, though, with adaptive LED headlights, front and rear parking sensors, adaptive cruise control and full Merino leather sports seats (heated with electric adjustment and memory function for the front), a 10.3in widescreen infotainment system and a Harman Kardon sound system also included.
Engine: M5 35 Jahre Edition
We are yet to try out this variant
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