"I bought a BMW M5 three weeks ago, and I am very impressed with it. Its powerful engine, upscale interior, and great handling contribute to an excellent car, which in this case is the BMW M5. Let's take a look.
Under the hood of the M5 is a massive but impressive 5.0 liter V10 engine producing 500 horsepower. That engine is bigger than enough for me, though as I said, it's a very impressive car.
When I tested the M5 around the track, I got 0-60mph in 4.4 seconds. It feels every bit that quick. My head pushes into the chair when I accelerate. Yep, it's that quick.
Handling is very good. The car is fun and easy to drive, and ride quality is pretty good.
Standard features of the BMW M5 include air conditioning w/dual-zone climate controls, cruise control, power tilt/telescopic leather-wrapped steering wheel w/radio controls, interior air filter, 18-way power driver seat, 14-way power passenger seat, power front headrests, memory system, power sunroof, wireless cell phone link, leather upholstery, universal garage door opener, navigation system w/voice recognition, upgraded sound system w/traffic information, and heated front seats. So as you can tell, the M5 comes very well equipped. Options include ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, multifunction front seats, upgraded leather upholstery, iPod adapter, power closing doors, and keyless start.
The only aspect that annoyed me was the fuel economy. I usually get an average of 11 miles to the gallon. Gas prices are still very low, but with them creeping up, I'm not sure if I would recommend the M5 to people who are worried about high gas prices.
The M5 is an all-around sports car, yet it can easily seat five passengers. All five passengers will be satisfied with the ride. The BMW M5 is a roller coaster on wheels, and I highly recommend it."
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