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Hello there Alrik and Peder! It’s time for the BMW M2 against the M5 – will it be a game against a goal?
Peder: No, not really, or I have a clear fav, but Alrik thinks a little differently…
Alrik: Absolutely not, but if we talk about economy, weight and pure driving experience, there will be a lot of pressure on the heavier, more brutal player. Do you want to be technically elegant or go for raw strength?
What surprised you the most?
Peder: That all my preconceived notions are always true.
Alrik: Have you decided so… But sure, many of the answers were given in advance, but far from everything.
Can little M2 be more fun but at the same time give less effect on the emotional barometer?
Peder: Good question, but well, the answer is, because fun includes a lot of emotion, and if you do not get the right feeling from the car, other driving pleasure matters less.
Alrik: There is a difference between sitting behind the wheel and pushing a slightly rear-wheel drive car with a wonderful straight six, or just gliding around and listening to a V8. Different emotions. What do you want? What is one and the other worth? And above all, how does this little BMW compare to hyped smaller sports cars like the Megane RS and Toyota GR Yaris?
Did something crazy happen?
Peder: It always does, right?
Alrik: Probably, we’ll have a look!
What is the best thing about the cars?
Peder: I think the M5 is a cruel all-round car, a luxury ride that you can both cruise with all year round and play with if you want.
Alrik: Absolutely, it fixes everything, while not being as resilient as the little M2. The best thing is the engines, the steering feel, that they are built to run.
What is the worst thing about cars?
Peder: I think M2 is ugly. So it so.
Alrik: I miss the old-fashioned rumble and crash of the V8 in the M5. It’s quite kind nowadays. Even if it goes sickly well. Had been super with a Touring variant. The M2 has stopped being manufactured, and that’s sad, but a new one is coming!
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