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      05-18-2012, 03:26 PM   #89
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Originally Posted by Kasé Zomé View Post
Using that logic then you would also consider the M5 a bus as it is actually 1.4" longer than the CTS-V wagon. BTW, both the M5 and CTS-V wagon have nearly identical weight distribution percentages (with the nod going to Caddy by 0.5%).
The "bus" analogy comes more from the touring configuration than the outside length. When you look behind you, it feels like there's 8 feet of cabin behind your head, very unlike what it feels when you're in an M3.

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Not trying to argue with you but I am trying to give the OP both sides of the coin so he can make an intelligent decision.
He can make an intelligent decision when actually takes the car for a drive

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