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Amazing car that no one is talking about
by fast550 from New York | December 27, 2013
I have a 2014 550 x drive M-sport and I love my car. If you want 90% of an M5 with all year long driving capability, this is the car for you. For 2014 the power was increased to 445 hp and 485 lb/tq. The steering and suspension were also upgraded from the past year models. Its a rocket but extremely refined at the same time. I would recommend this car to anyone and even consider/recommend it over the Audi S6.