Cars.com Reviews the 2013 BMW M5

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The topline version of BMW's 5 Series sedan may be thrillingly fast, but a vague shifter and numb clutch ruin some of the fun, says Cars.com reviewer Joe Bruzek. The manual is a no-cost option that Bruzek thinks shoppers should skip in favor of the seven-speed, dual-clutch automated manual, which Bruzek says is surprisingly fun to drive by comparison.

2013 BMW M5 Review

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I love the 5 Series! Sleek, fast, and name a IIHS top safety pick!

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Jim

I bought a 2013 M5 on February 17. The car is beautiful, very nicely equipped, very sporty and a real head turner. But....its been in the shop 26 of the 50 some days I've owned it. twice for the same problem, a drive train stability control message warning to drive moderately. Parts had to be ordered from Germany, thus all of the time in the shop. The second time I got the control message another problem occurred too. Something with the emissions which made the car un-driveable and had to be towed. All of this and the car has only 1600 miles on it. I do have to say though, BMW is ordering me another M5 that should arrive in 4-6 weeks. They have put me in a 2013 5 series until then. I traded an 08 528xi for the M5. Little disappointed to have gotten a bad car and am keeping my fingers crossed for the next one.

been looking for a good blog about a reliable auto mechanic service so I’m glad I found yours. Good stuff!

and there are rattles everywhere. At 12,000 miles it is already shaking itself apart. Our 3 year old Hondas feel newer than this shoddily assembled, overrated tin can.

bmw sick this last series.

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