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Old 1st March 2012, 18:47   #1
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CAR Magazine UK Article

I see that the current issue of the UK CAR Magazine has a big article comapring the M5 to a bunch of other cars.
Not yet avaiable on Zinio or on the US side of the pond.
Can one of the UK folks summarize or post results please?
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Their didn't seem done any performance data but was a road test between the CLS63 AMG,JAGUAR XFR,PANAMERA and of course the M5 in the Welsh hills.

Below is how the cars were summed up.

"I'd spend my own money on the Jag,and I reckon the CLS would be a more satisfying super saloon for more people,more of the time,but I can't bring myself to put either of them ahead of what is ultimately the best car when you do what this segment is all about-driving really fast.The M5 isn't the best full stop.But it is the best nonetheless.
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