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      12-06-2012, 08:11 PM   #2
SleepTight
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Originally Posted by avi8tir View Post
http://www.edmunds.com/bmw/m5/2013/road-test.html

I'm sorry, but anyone that chooses a Cadillac over an M5 simply cant afford an M5... or they're a redneck that still refuses to by non-american... just like their pappy did.
Hi, I used to own a CTS-V and now I own an M5. They're both great cars with different approaches to super sedan status. The CTS-V is huge fun and offers a more direct visceral driving experience on the track while being very easy to drive on the street. That's why automobile magazine reviewers often prefer it to the more detached, robotic but insanely capable M5. I like my M5 a lot, but I liked my CTS-V as well and wouldn't be unhappy to still have it in my garage.

And I can afford to buy any car I want.