2014 BMW M5

    2014 BMW M5 Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the BMW M5

    • Simply put, the new M5, codenamed F10, is discreetly wicked.

      - Road & Track
    • If you prefer shifting yourself, make sure your fingers are ready to pull the upshift paddle because under full acceleration, the 7200-rpm redline comes in an instant.

      - Road & Track

    What reviewers liked least about the BMW M5

    • Even on our smooth Southern California canyon roads, we found the suspension too stiff in the most aggressive state.

      - Motor Trend
    • A digital signal processor translates data from the engine management system and reproduces engine noises through the car's six-speaker audio system. Translation? A fake engine sound coming through your radio. Still, if you're paying upwards of $100k for a high-performance sedan, you'd better hear something.

      - New Car Test Drive

    Best one-liner about the BMW M5

    • Well, with the M5, one must remember that it remains unapologetically a heavyweight. It is an executive express, a velvet-wrapped hammer, a shark in whale's clothes.

      - Car and Driver

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