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Wee drive to the Scottish highlands

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Stick em in the Picture & Video Gallery and at least give us your impressions on how the V8 M Cars compare?

 

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Stick em in the Picture & Video Gallery and at least give us your impressions on how the V8 M Cars compare?

 

C.

M5:

1. Loads of instant accessible torque

2. The amazing vocals (nicer than M3)

3. Bit soft compared to M3 when pushing hard

4. Comfy for everyday use

 

M3:

1.Faster in corners

2. Higher revving

3. Not as much torque so needs revved

4.Doesn't feel special enough inside

Although this one had funky ox blood leather.

5. Modern gadgets

 

Very different cars with little difference in straight line performance but the M3 has the edge in corners.

Might even consider a 4 door as a replacement.

 

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1 hour ago, Nomis said:

My 2 favourite ///M cars emoji7.png great photos!

Thanks. They are not bad for a camera phone.

 

1 hour ago, bmwmike said:

Gorgeous m5. I just keep coming back round to wanting one. 

If you can afford it do it before its too late. Prices are only going one way.

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Had to get to Rannoch Station this week ( twice !!)  Its a single road more or less after you come off the A9.. scenery is quite spectacular after Kinloch Rannoch at the foot of the loch and 20 miles or so more you are at Rannoch Station ... the end of the line ...literally ..the white house in background of the 2nd pic is it ...no where to go but head back ! ( Famous scene in Trainspotting where they all get off train in highlands is around there )

 

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