8 February 2018
Review

What's the fastest BMW M-car you can buy for £25,000? We pitch three BMW Ms against one another on the drag strip to find out.

Well, sort of. The E92 M3 and F10 M5 are nailed-on M-cars; the M135i isn't. But it does have a few tricks up its sleeve... 

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8 February 2018

....a 'moral victory' coming last. :)

(...oh and, in before Symanski turning up on cue moaning about BMW engine unrelibility, bless him).

RPF

17 February 2018

E60 M5 V10 wins (on noise alone).

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