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The BMW 5 Series Granturismo

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The contemporary interpretation of the classic gran turismo: the BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo combines the stylish elegance of a luxury limousine with the flexibility of a station wagon and the versatility of an SAV. With its generous spaciousness, its luxurious ambiance and its efficient engines: It is the first of its kind.


discuss.
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....and I love the 5 series....




people coming to tell me that I shouldn't belittle the decisions a grown man has to makein 3..2..1
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They tried to take functionality to another level, but failed miserably.
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Come on BMW....
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The name>The car
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it looks a pontiac aztec raped a five series and birthed that thing. hopefully it doesn't go into production..
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Why not just buy a 5-series touring wagon? Wagons are awesome.
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i saw one of these on the corner of wilshire and centinela in la. hideous and i didn't even know what it was till i went into the office and goodled it...
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i saw one of these on the corner of wilshire and centinela in la. hideous and i didn't even know what it was till i went into the office and goodled it...

I saw one today too. Looks like that shitty Accord abomination.
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The answer to a question that nobody asked. That M5 wagon looks 10x better.
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audi did that kind of model a lot better with the a5 sportback..
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it looks better IRL than on the official pics.
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it looks better IRL than on the official pics.

You know that when someone has to use this statement to justify its ugliness, it's damn ugly.
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You know that when someone has to use this statement to justify its ugliness, it's damn ugly.

will not agree.
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will not agree.

Agreed with you. It does look better in person, much. Drives quite well too.
BMW understands the market segment they are going after. And they mostly don't inhabit this little back alley of the innert00b.
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