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post #1 of 11 Old 06-20-2013, 03:55 PM Thread Starter
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I wish this was in English. But you can enjoy the video of the Quoris and the M5 side by side.

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I wish I knew what they were saying. But it looked like a very in depth comparison between the two cars.
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The backseat looks really comfortable. I would almost buy this car just to be driven around in. Not sure If I would like to be the driver. My wife would take full advantage of that.



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Can some one please translate!

As seen in the video the Quoris does seem to be more appealing then the 5 series.
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First of all its not M5, its just 5 series...
Basically they are saying BMW is a driver car and Quoris is a car to be driven in.
They saying its a different class car for the money... And yes they surprised by Quoris, as its very quite and pleasant to drive but it could not compete with driving feel in BMW...which ,again, is not supposed as its a different customer target

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BMW always wins for driving feel regardless of which model it is.
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BMW always wins for driving feel regardless of which model it is.
I find that the new BMW's sort of lose that drivers car feel, although they are starting to look better to me, they just don't drive as well as previous generations.
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now Kia needs to start thinking about making a performance trim of the Quoris.
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now Kia needs to start thinking about making a performance trim of the Quoris.
that might be left to Hyundai...

R-Spec Equus? I sure like the sounds of that.
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We discover that the revolutionary BMW's kind of drop that motorists car really feel, even though they're beginning to glimpse better to everyone, these people merely will not push and also preceding decades.
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