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jmoney6
01-24-2011, 02:29 PM
What do you guys think is the best BMW ever made thus far (including everything quality, looks etc)


Personally its a toss up between the e46 m3 and the e24.

jonathan2263
01-24-2011, 02:32 PM
Mine . :p

MalibuMafiaV
01-24-2011, 02:45 PM
of all time? my own opinion. E46 M3.
But I also think the E39 and E60 M5s are amazing.

MicahO
01-24-2011, 02:51 PM
Mine . :p

Ditto.

No, I mean mine. Not his. :p ;)

bimmerized
01-24-2011, 02:57 PM
I'm sure you'll get a ton of different answers based on different reasons and no definite conclusion. Perhaps you are just starting a general discussion about BMWs...

You man want to start a Poll but not in this E46 forum, otherwise the results will be skewed.

Everyone should qualify their response with what they have owned and for what reason they selected what they did.

Here's my opinion (previously owned 2002s, E21, E30, E34, E36, E46):

IMO the style of BMWs have changed since the E38 and I like the original styles best. I also like lightweight cars as they handle more effortlessly. It's diffucult to compare quality since there are too many aspects, but overall tactile quality has progressively decreased since the E30. Given my priorities, I'd have to say the E36 strikes a good balance. Although the quality is not the best, it still looks classic with a modern touch. The E34 is a close second but it's a tad heavy. The E30 drives better that either of them, but exterior styling leaves more to be desired (minus the M3, which is awesome, but not a great daily driver). For all out performance, the most modern cars win, but at the expense of driver involvement.

Grits n Eggs
01-24-2011, 03:20 PM
What do you guys think is the best BMW ever made thus far (including everything quality, looks etc)


Personally its a toss up between the e46 m3 and the e24.

it all depends on personal preference, some people want something small not too big that is single come with all out performance and handling, that would be the 3 series, the m3 is just more advance.. some people want luxury intact also with performance but not too much handling and have a family, that would be the 5 series the m5's are just more advance....the 7 series is just for all out luxury and showboating it has performance but it is more geared towards luxury...so my opinion is not what is the best bmw ever made, its what the drivers personal preference is that makes it the best ever made.. ps. I think the older model bmw's e30's thru e46 has the true bmw feel...the e90 and e60's etc has it but its too quiet..you dont really feel the bmw aggressiveness come out like they use to make them back in the day.. unless you doing 80 and you punch the gas.. again this is my personal opinion

jmoney6
01-24-2011, 03:27 PM
Maybe this thread should have been called whats your favorite bmw of all time.

To elaborate on my first post, My e46 with 100k miles drives better than most modern car's i've been in. Granted its only a 325, it feels much better built than many other cars. Even wrenching on the thing is easy to some extent and makes good sense. Parts are a dime a dozen and there are many many shops that are willing to work on them.

davy_b
01-24-2011, 04:31 PM
agree with E24 just stunning
http://www.euroclassicmotors.com/photos/e24m6149K009.jpg
or the bmw 507
http://www.madle.org/og05bmw507j57.jpg
or bmw E63
http://bmw.resmoto.com/opisy/6series/e63/645ci_e63_prez/bmw_645ci_2004_04.jpg

CDirks
01-24-2011, 05:34 PM
E46 M3. The only reason I ever liked Need for Speed Most Wanted. Stunning

emyers
01-24-2011, 07:00 PM
God's own chariot.......

goosefoot33
01-24-2011, 07:09 PM
God's own chariot.......

+++1 on the 2002- I was waiting for someone to post it!!!

<img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v450/etan_atsim/BMW-2002_1968_800x600_wallpaper_02.jpg">

av98
01-24-2011, 08:53 PM
Hands down BMW M1, way ahead of it's time. Like the Porsche 959. Brought on a new generation of BMWs- the M series.

Hu99
01-24-2011, 09:14 PM
Despite its poor handling, I think the Z8 was the best looking BMW ever made.

GarySL
01-25-2011, 10:13 AM
Despite its poor handling, I think the Z8 was the best looking BMW ever made.

+1

http://i615.photobucket.com/albums/tt240/GarySL/redZ8inLassen2.jpg

synenergy52
01-25-2011, 11:10 AM
To me, the car that is most recognizable as a BMW and just is pure Bavarian design is the E38 '01 740il sport. Close second and third would be E46 and E39.

http://twainmein.com/cars/740i.jpg

http://intorg.netfirms.com/cars/99bmw540sport/99bmw540sportDrQuarter.jpg

http://www.blunttech.com/wp-content/gallery/parts/bmw-3-e46.jpg

6 Brit
01-25-2011, 11:13 AM
2002 & e30

Fishful Thinking
01-25-2011, 01:21 PM
'72 3.0 CSI in that light metallic green, with tan leather interior.

AzNMpower32
01-25-2011, 02:30 PM
The E46 M3 and the 2002. The E30 is sweet too.

bimmerized
01-26-2011, 09:33 PM
+1 for Z8 being the best LOOKING mondern BMW and the 507 for vintage.

Grits n Eggs
01-26-2011, 10:15 PM
The E46 M3 and the 2002. The E30 is sweet too.

E30 is the pinnacle of BMW..

Andrew*Debbie
01-27-2011, 08:40 AM
Of the 5 BMW vehicles I've owned, I think the e34 535i was the best. It is the ultimate combination of Performance, Durability and Luxury. Debbie's favorite was the e46.

We had a Z4 coupe out at an Ultimate Drive event. It gets Honourable mention as my fav. of all the 'drive event' BMWs I'll never own.

Every other BMW we've owned or driven falls well below those three.

Rob 379
01-28-2011, 03:38 AM
what a fantastic query!
I can only respond on the basis of the cars I've either owned or driven. It may be surprising, but my personal best for comfort and practicality was the silver 2003 4.4 litre X5 I used to own. I don't know why I sold it. I would like to meet the lucky bastard who bought it! I loved my first Beemer - 2001 black 328i . Loved the woodgrain and the quality. I would like to meet the lucky bastard who bought it! My 335i was just OK ~ nothing special. The 2008 M6 I drove was a beauty (from the inside). But my best, very best, is my current daily drive ~ my 2005 E46 silver M3. I took a while to come to terms with the SMG , but now I rush from the office to my car space just to drive it (her). It's a perfect size for one. Sometimes two (my dog - Maggie). (She loves me). It's quick and agile. I've never had a problem (those Germans know what they're doing) and after 67,500 mms I've just changed the tyres (which just about sent me bankrupt - true love! ). The M3 gets my vote.
Rob

HoustonScott
01-28-2011, 07:55 AM
1976 3.3Li

Shrike
02-08-2011, 11:12 PM
What do you guys think is the best BMW ever made thus far (including everything quality, looks etc)


Personally its a toss up between the e46 m3 and the e24.

E34 535i manual.

This from an E46 owner.

Capobranco
02-10-2011, 06:09 PM
http://image.motortrend.com/f/9509754+w750/c12_0612_02z+1972_bmw_2002_tii+badge.jpg

IndiansFan
02-11-2011, 10:28 PM
'72 3.0 CSI in that light metallic green, with tan leather interior.

I enjoy my E39's, but I totally agree with rwall...........

E9 would be my first choice followed by the E24.

taco_combo
02-13-2011, 12:42 PM
e46 m3 (I had a vert) my personal fav car Ive ever owned
e30 m3 in red
z8
e38 sport


this thread makes me miss my m3. god I loved tha car

PhillyNate
02-13-2011, 12:54 PM
From everything I've ever read the best BMW ever made was the E46 2005 M3 with Competition Package. The closest we could get to the CSL on these shores.

cwsqbm
02-13-2011, 01:05 PM
If there was a "best", BMW would only build one model at a time. If I had to choose but one to meet all my needs, it'd be an E46 330i - fast enough for the track, comfortable enough to drive cross country, roomy enough for four adults out for the evening, efficient enough to daily drive, and reasonable to maintain.

PhillyNate
02-13-2011, 07:21 PM
If there was a "best", BMW would only build one model at a time. If I had to choose but one to meet all my needs, it'd be an E46 330i - fast enough for the track, comfortable enough to drive cross country, roomy enough for four adults out for the evening, efficient enough to daily drive, and reasonable to maintain.

I think you just described/explained eloquently why the 3-series in general are the best BMW's ever made.

Ryan...
02-15-2011, 10:49 PM
For me, its a toss up between the e46 M3, and e30 M3. Both are amazing cars, and I think the e46 M3 was the last "real" BMW made. Flame on, but I truly dislike anything made by BMW newer than 05.

HW
02-15-2011, 11:04 PM
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3626/3323334978_c25e4f55d9.jpg

luketheduke
04-18-2011, 09:17 PM
e30 m3 is still the best looking one for me

drrpm
04-19-2011, 07:39 AM
I always lusted for the E24. It had stunning good looks and was a top performer in the 80's. The E46 ZHP I drive now would be my second pick. It's not as fast as the M3 but easier to live with and looks just as good. The E36 was a great car too. I drove a 92 325is for 15 years and it ran as well when I sold it as when I bought it new.

Burning2nd
04-20-2011, 10:20 AM
11/87 e30 m3 end of story

People get killed over this argument all the time .....
It's like the wrong team winning in Manchester.... careful :)

need4speed
04-20-2011, 10:48 AM
To me it is....mine. N4S

rogue38
04-20-2011, 11:10 AM
I've owned an 77 e21 320i. Currently have an 06 e90 330i, and I recently acquired an 90 e30 325i.

I have to say BMW has lost its way with the newer models, as much as my e90 is a blast to drive and excellent MPG. There is something missing. My e30 will replace my e90. Time to get back to the basics.

As far as what is the best; that is a hard question. Too many variables on "best".
Here is my list of Favs:

The 2002, ti, tii (the cars that put BMW on the Map)
e30, mostly the M3 a Race car built for the street. The Ultimate Driving Machine
e24 M6, too sweet

e46 M3 and ZHP. Last of the Classic BMW style.

bamabmw
04-21-2011, 06:30 PM
Just the one I've owned and still miss (sigh) E36 325i hell rot red convertible manual..
My new passion will be to search for an M3, not sure if it will be E46 or newer, but don't want the 4 cylinder turbo ever and it must be a manual!

Ryan...
04-21-2011, 08:15 PM
Either the e30 M3 or the e46 M3 CSL.

http://www.tuningnews.net/news/070829a/g-power-bmw-m3-csl-e46.jpg

bmwhumber
04-22-2011, 02:50 AM
http://tapatalk.com/mu/a68989d9-4140-196b.jpg
E53 all the way

Youngproexec
04-22-2011, 08:40 AM
The e39 M5 . Hands down.

bmw325
04-22-2011, 08:43 AM
It depends...
For quality/durability: e28
For looks: 3.0CSi coupe (e9?)
For performance/fun to drive: e30 m3
For effortless cruising: e38

Overall though I think some e46 models, while not excelling in any one area, are the best all-rounders.

02BMW530
04-22-2011, 12:22 PM
The E39 made BMW. The 2001 530i was the CR highest rated car of all time (not sure if it holds to this day). Even in articles about the F10, they're still using the E39 as a benchmark.


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Burning2nd
04-22-2011, 12:23 PM
E39,m5 best saloon

Youngproexec
04-22-2011, 12:41 PM
The E39 made BMW. The 2001 530i was the CR highest rated car of all time (not sure if it holds to this day). Even in articles about the F10, they're still using the E39 as a benchmark.


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Amen

E39,m5 best saloon
and Amen

Tom K.
04-22-2011, 12:45 PM
Best car: 507
Best cycle: R90s

Tom

ProRail
04-22-2011, 06:42 PM
I loved my 2002, but my 1999 528 (E39) is a big improvement. Are they better now? Have no data on that.

Fifty_Cent
04-23-2011, 07:30 AM
I think the e46 M3 was the last "real" BMW made. Flame on, but I truly dislike anything made by BMW newer than 05.
My view exactly. I am not really a fan of the newer designs, but the new 5 series is the next bmw design (after the E46) that I like, and I would actually buy(if I had the money).
The new X3 is a big dissapointment for me.

TerraPhantm
04-23-2011, 10:55 AM
Either E46 M3 or E39 M5 for me

MikeTerp
04-23-2011, 02:46 PM
My vote would be for the E46 - 3 series and E39 5 series.

sigma95
04-24-2011, 09:50 AM
This car created the sport coupe niche. It's the mothership to the 3-series and defined the BMW driving dynamics philosophy. The 3 owes it's very existence to Pocket Rocket and why for decades it's still the moving target the automotive world continues to chase, though closing in.

A white m3
04-24-2011, 04:13 PM
e46 m3 and e39 m5 absolute beasts :D e60 m5 would be sweet as well

euro e36 m3

alpina e34 bi turbo

e34 m5 :)

sebi750
04-24-2011, 04:14 PM
E30 m3> the best

Yorgi
04-24-2011, 06:18 PM
My favs in order of goodness:
E30 M3
E9 3.0 CSL
E24 M6
E46 M3
E26 M1

Flame suit on: I like the 2002 but it's a bit of a tin can for my taste; sort of like an original Mini on steroids. Light weight is good but you can go too far to the point of being fragile/delicate.

TRS550
04-25-2011, 09:34 AM
This

The Sexiest car ever built, the 507.

http://i121.photobucket.com/albums/o232/Ottodude/1959bmw507.jpg

mandrews1119
04-25-2011, 10:00 AM
E38.

Burning2nd
04-25-2011, 10:06 AM
Thread closed e30 m took it

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Ryan...
04-25-2011, 10:40 AM
I can only imagine what BMW owners of the 70's, 80's, early 90's would think if they saw the new gaudy X3/X5/X6 designs.. To say these are the "best" BMWs ever made is atrocious to say the least.

http://tapatalk.com/mu/a68989d9-4140-196b.jpg
E53 all the way

ProRail
04-25-2011, 05:41 PM
I second answer #1. Why do people keep asking this? Do they think they will get different answers?

special_k535i
04-26-2011, 09:56 AM
My 91 E34 535i with it's beautiful 5speed and simple but elegant curves. The electronics were way ahead of her time and still stands out in a crowd.

SilverX3
04-27-2011, 03:45 AM
E46 m3
e30 m3

Ryan...
04-27-2011, 09:18 AM
I second answer #1. Why do people keep asking this? Do they think they will get different answers?

Well, some people are still voting for the X5/X6, and e90 :eek:

02BMW530
04-27-2011, 11:22 AM
Well, some people are still voting for the X5/X6, and e90 :eek:

That's going to be one hell of a hangover when it kicks in for whoever voted for those!

:D


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eztuner12
07-27-2012, 02:04 PM
Best ever BMW by far, 1976 e10 2002tii & 2002 turbo

Dave 330i
07-27-2012, 09:18 PM
My E46 330i with the M54 straight-6 DOHC, base engine for the M3

Jon Shafer
07-27-2012, 11:21 PM
It's simple. E36. Period. By far and away, there are more E36s still on the road driving daily than any other model, many with well over 200k miles on the odo. The oldies were too prone to rust, the later ones have too many electronics bugs, and the later ones are too heavy and soft, and also rely too much on trendy electronic gizmos to be considered The Ultimate Driving Machine. E46 and E39 would rank 2nd and 3rd respectively (Consumer reports called E39 "The Best Car We've Ever Tested" in 2000). Admittedly, I am biased, but my impression is based on 5 decades of observation.

eztuner12
07-27-2012, 11:48 PM
It's simple. E36. Period. By far and away, there are more E36s still on the road driving daily than any other model, many with well over 200k miles on the odo. The oldies were too prone to rust, the later ones have too many electronics bugs, and the later ones are too heavy and soft, and also rely too much on trendy electronic gizmos to be considered The Ultimate Driving Machine. E46 and E39 would rank 2nd and 3rd respectively (Consumer reports called E39 "The Best Car We've Ever Tested" in 2000). Admittedly, I am biased, but my impression is based on 5 decades of observation.

Must agree with you!!! But e-10 2002 series after over 30 years you can still see them on the road and have become a wanted classic. I guess e-36 will be the next one to became a real BMW classic as well.:thumbup:

mmlocke
07-28-2012, 12:45 AM
For me it's the E30 M3

crowz
07-28-2012, 03:27 AM
e46 and 8 series is my pick.

Chris90
07-29-2012, 10:33 PM
It's simple. E36. Period. By far and away, there are more E36s still on the road driving daily than any other model, many with well over 200k miles on the odo. The oldies were too prone to rust, the later ones have too many electronics bugs, and the later ones are too heavy and soft, and also rely too much on trendy electronic gizmos to be considered The Ultimate Driving Machine. E46 and E39 would rank 2nd and 3rd respectively (Consumer reports called E39 "The Best Car We've Ever Tested" in 2000). Admittedly, I am biased, but my impression is based on 5 decades of observation.

Do you see a lot of E36s on the road, or did you just meant there's more high mileage ones driving around than other models.

Sometimes I think of ditching the ZHP for a '98 M3 sedan. My old '95 325i is still kicking around just fine, according to a buddy who knows the owner. That car saw a hard life too.

Jon Shafer
07-29-2012, 10:50 PM
Do you see a lot of E36s on the road, or did you just meant there's more high mileage ones driving around than other models.

Sometimes I think of ditching the ZHP for a '98 M3 sedan. My old '95 325i is still kicking around just fine, according to a buddy who knows the owner. That car saw a hard life too.


I am basing my opinion solely on casual empiricism. I notice how many nice E36s I still see on the road, and combine that with all of the ones I see in the forums together with those I see at the Bimmerfest events on both coasts. The continued popularity together with the longevity makes a compelling case...

Dmharvey
07-30-2012, 04:46 AM
My vote is for the E36 3-series/M3, but I suppose it depends on what a driver is looking for.

My mechanic, with 30+ years experience working on BMWs, has nothing good to say about BMWs built after the late 1990s...even though they give him tons of business.

Dmharvey
07-30-2012, 04:49 AM
For me it's the E30 M3

Definitely THE definition of the M3, if I could find a clean one for sale at a reasonable price I'd sell a kidney to buy it.

mmlocke
08-03-2012, 10:55 PM
definitely the definition of the m3, if i could find a clean one for sale at a reasonable price i'd sell a kidney to buy it.

+1

S85FTW
08-03-2012, 11:00 PM
The most innovative, 2002 hands down. It took us to where we are today with forced induction vehicles.
As far as pure power and joy I am partial and will say an e60 M5. The last of the NA beasts.

qb85
10-02-2012, 07:54 AM
E36 M3 and E38 740iL

Ryan...
10-02-2012, 09:53 AM
E36 M3 and E38 740iL

If it was the Euro Spec e36 M3, I might agree. Our watered down 240bhp version just doesn't do much for me. Especially not when you can find a clean 328is for a lot cheaper, and get very similar performance. Insurance is also a lot cheaper, and you get less kids wanting to race you from every single stop light..

qb85
10-02-2012, 06:30 PM
How can you say the E36 328 has similar performance as the E36 M3?

captainaudio
10-02-2012, 09:13 PM
This pre war BMW 328 "Trouser Crease" may be one of the most valuable BMWs,

http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/ee182/captainaudio/100905_sundayConon40d_0585_edited1[1]_zps4c59b13c.jpg (javascript:void(0);)

CA

ProRail
10-02-2012, 10:43 PM
Mine . :p

Maybe. but mine is second.

Ryan...
10-04-2012, 09:22 AM
How can you say the E36 328 has similar performance as the E36 M3?

Have you ever driven both? I've owned both, a 98 328is, a 98 M3, and a 95 M3.
In daily driving, which 99% of on this board use their cars for, they feel almost identical. 328is- 190bhp, 210ft lbs
M3 - 240bhp, 215ft lbs

With the similar torque, anything that isn't really aggressive driving will feel pretty much the same. The M3 will obviously be quicker, more top end for sure...

I personally would rather get the 328is, add an exhaust, software, and some new struts/springs for much less than an M3.


The euro M3 on the other hand... 286bhp, that's the real M3 that we never got :(

qb85
10-05-2012, 10:10 PM
Ryan,
I have the 97 M3 and 01 740iL pictured. Never drove a 328is. For the same cost you prefer a 328is + extras over stock M3. As daily drivers you can say 740iL and 750iL are similar too. I would have chosen the 750iL if one was available at that time. Do you any BMW now?

Mark

Ryan...
10-06-2012, 01:17 AM
You have a nice 7 series, I'd love one to cruise around in :thumbup:

I'd definitely prefer a 328is + mods if it was my own money (which it is :) ). Insurance is such a killer on the M series cars that it makes it almost impossible for someone with my driving record/age to really own them.

I just sold the 95 M3 shell last week after parting it out, and the e30 318is will be gone shortly as well. That leaves me with only the WRX, which is fine with me now that winter is quickly approaching..

qb85
10-06-2012, 05:47 AM
Yes, driving record makes a big difference. Fortunately my record is clean so insurance cost isn't an issue. I have a winter tire package for the M3 from Tire Rack and it handles great in the snow despite the myth of rear wheel drivers in the snow. It's all in the tires...and smart driving.

Ryan...
10-07-2012, 12:41 AM
Couldn't agree more, lots of people say they wouldn't own a RWD vehicle because of winter. They never believe me when I say that snow tires + intelligence can overcome just about any snow related obstacles. I honestly dont know if my e30 w/snows or my WRX with snows is better, and that's the truth.

NinjaBimmer2012
10-22-2012, 09:21 AM
Hello fellow Bimmer owners I love my new toy only thing is that it sat for 6 years outside so I need tpo ask a few questions real quick at this moment.

Why cant I unlock my car with hanger seems to be sping loaded and just goes back down when pulled on it. Last night it locked and now I cant get in bigtime, My key was bought new and boss said key does everything all in one... NOT

2 days ago a hose broke off and now I cant adapt to it goes from bottom block thriugh intake and really has more bends in it then Ive ever seen. Belive it a heater hose I caped it off cause i cant fix it at this moment, What is going to happem if my heater doesnt even work. anyways

last one is a1996 318is 5 speed that really runs awesome but will require complte replace of all rubber and what ever esle is bad worth keeping It feels and sounds like race car

I sure hope you guys can make my BIMMER world fun and excitng I was having fun when it was workiing

Chris90
10-22-2012, 12:09 PM
If it was the Euro Spec e36 M3, I might agree. Our watered down 240bhp version just doesn't do much for me. Especially not when you can find a clean 328is for a lot cheaper, and get very similar performance. Insurance is also a lot cheaper, and you get less kids wanting to race you from every single stop light..

Much as I love the E36 M3, I have to agree. I had a chance to buy one when upgrading from my '95 325i, but when driving them they seemed too similar to the base car.

The E46 M3 doesn't feel like a 330i, I presume the E30 M3 doesn't feel like an E30 325i, but the E36 M3 felt very similar to my E36 325i, especially since I had M3 bushings and a Bilstein/H&R setup.

For that reason I don't think the E36 is the best of the M cars. All the other gen M3 cars have more significant changes (wider track etc). Heck, even the E36 M3 diff drops straight into a 325i.

Ryan...
10-22-2012, 12:38 PM
Much as I love the E36 M3, I have to agree. I had a chance to buy one when upgrading from my '95 325i, but when driving them they seemed too similar to the base car.

The E46 M3 doesn't feel like a 330i, I presume the E30 M3 doesn't feel like an E30 325i, but the E36 M3 felt very similar to my E36 325i, especially since I had M3 bushings and a Bilstein/H&R setup.

For that reason I don't think the E36 is the best of the M cars. All the other gen M3 cars have more significant changes (wider track etc). Heck, even the E36 M3 diff drops straight into a 325i.

Couldn't have said it better myself :thumbup:

Car Doctors
10-22-2012, 01:15 PM
The M3 is the best BMW ever made. For the performance and durability you get at a good price, it's no contest.

fivepointnine
10-23-2012, 12:18 AM
E46 M3 in laguna seca blue, nothing else comes close.

dolfan13
11-01-2012, 05:06 PM
E28 M5.BMW invented the" sports sedan" but this car was the first of everything that came after it and get 400,000 miles on the odometer.E28s in general I have found to have the highest mileage of ANY cars around.Every sedan built after aspired to be this car.

Gor@AcutePerformance
11-05-2012, 10:45 PM
The e60 M5 gets my vote, e36 M3 is a runner up

Q. Senna
11-08-2012, 08:05 AM
3.0 csl.

AlexEvans
02-25-2013, 01:09 AM
For me, the E46 CSL is the best!

mr29
02-25-2013, 05:57 PM
the first m5

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jpd21
10-14-2013, 12:19 PM
My personal favorite is the e60 M5. Despite its tendency to chug oil and gas, and frankly all the money out of your wallet, there is nothing that sounds quite as unique as the V10. It is especially nice to shake the entire garage in the morning when you press the start button.

SippinSomethin
10-15-2013, 10:55 PM
I'd say the e46 M3 CSL. hmm.. Yep definitely

07 E63650i
10-21-2013, 03:59 AM
Bond's choice, the BMW Z8.


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Q. Senna
10-21-2013, 07:09 AM
It may look good in person and in film, but they're pretty rubbish to drive. Have you experienced one?

GBPackerfan1963
10-21-2013, 07:55 AM
E39 M5 FTW! Best looking BMW.

need4speed
10-21-2013, 08:15 AM
For me it is the one I own now. If I had to name one other than that I would go with the e46 M car. N4S

jdauria
10-21-2013, 08:46 AM
E39 M5 FTW! Best looking BMW.

Second :bigpimp:

07 E63650i
10-21-2013, 09:32 AM
It may look good in person and in film, but they're pretty rubbish to drive. Have you experienced one?

No, I have never had the opportunity to drive one. I would think that the Z8 would have good handling, but why is it that it has issues with drive quality?


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Q. Senna
10-21-2013, 09:48 AM
No, I have never had the opportunity to drive one. I would think that the Z8 would have good handling, but why is it that it has issues with drive quality?


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It just doesn't feel right. If you have experience in M cars and Z3s you can tell that they just didn't put it together correctly. It feels like an Audi, honestly.

07 E63650i
10-21-2013, 11:05 AM
It just doesn't feel right. If you have experience in M cars and Z3s you can tell that they just didn't put it together correctly. It feels like an Audi, honestly.

How ironic. For a roadster/supercar in the six figure price range, I would think that they would have at least built it right in a sense.


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