1993 BMW M5 Consumer Review: Euro 3.8L

1993 BMW M5 - Consumer Review

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Base Sedan (3.6L 6-cyl. 5-speed Manual)

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Euro 3.8L
By JBH on


1993 BMW M5 4dr Sedan


This is one of those great motor cars
that as soon as you drive the first
mile you can sense it's motorsport

Free-reving engine, tight steering and
suspension, sport seats, and the deep
exhaust note all tell you this is
something special.

It is not cheap to own - despite being
simple in design by today's standards,
the car has a number of very advanced
features that are great when they
work, but when they don't, the cost to
repair them can be high. For example,
this car has the Nurburgring
suspension - with its dynamic
dampering system it sense cornering
loads and adjust the shocks to
compensate - cost of replacement about

Best Features

Engine, interior, classic styling. Build quality is the best I have ever see - better than Mercedes.

Worst Features

Maybe the car could lose about 500 pounds. Long throw on transmission and notchy feel when shifting. Longer throw than a Porsche. Needs a short shift.
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