If you had the money to buy a 2009 bmw m5 with 16,000 miles on it or a 2013 srt8 dodge charger loaded for about the same money. Which one would you by and why?

Asked by Apr 29, 2013 at 11:45 PM about the 2013 Dodge Charger SRT8

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m5 vrs srt8

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well their both good cars. but I would go with the dodge charger because it is known as a muscle car. bmw's are known for expensive repairs and the dodge isnt. but its up too you . the BMW is known for luxury and the dodge is known as a muscle car. its all up too you good luck.

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I would buy the M5. The Beemer would hold it's value longer. It would cost more to maintain and insure. On the personal preference side, I like a drivers car with handling and power. I feel the M5 would be better suited to where and how I drive.

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M5! Because

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M5, it will out perform SRT8 all day.

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SRT8 hands down- 5 years is a long way in performance.

American cars will never be built with the same quality craftsmanship as German cars.American vehicles also seem to be way behind in technology respectively...I'd be willing to bet that the technology and performance of the 4 year older BMW is SUPERIOR to that of the brand new SRT

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