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AMG_POWER 03-05-2004 02:09 AM

645 auto owned by CLK500...check it out.
 
That's some crazy fast 1/4 times for this cars!

http://www.bmw545.com/rt645.jpg

Gamite 03-05-2004 03:09 AM

how is that "owned"?

AMG_POWER 03-05-2004 03:24 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Gamite
how is that "owned"?
well a little bit owned:)

HooliGaN* 03-05-2004 03:32 AM

id say for the price diff thats owned

look at it
like 15 k diff
for something thats i more less jus as fast

tlaselva 03-05-2004 03:45 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Gamite
how is that "owned"?
I agree with you.

The BMW and the Merc's about even in accleration, but as I keep on saying, there's more to a car than acceleration.
The 645 has better braking, and absolutely slaughters the CLK in G's. Around a track, the BMW would leave the Merc like it's standing still. All that, and the BMW's quieter and gets better fuel economy. Let's not get into the resale value of these two cars.

Sorry, I see the 645 owning the CLK.

Please keep on posting these comparisons so we can all confirm what we already know, that BMW builds some of the best all around performance vehicles. Next......:D

crazyvadim 03-05-2004 03:49 AM

does the 645 come in stick??
im sure the 645 on a 6 speed would take a CLK500
oh and how is that owned?? lets not forget Benz got 568 more cc's of displacement then the 645.

Mystikal 03-05-2004 03:54 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by crazyvadim
does the 645 come in stick??
im sure the 645 on a 6 speed would take a CLK500
oh and how is that owned?? lets not forget Benz got 568 more cc's of displacement then the 645.

Yeah, a 6-speed manual 645Ci would be a fun ride. Probably runs E39 M5-like times, judging from the auto numbers.

crazyvadim 03-05-2004 03:57 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Mystikal
Yeah, a 6-speed manual 645Ci would be a fun ride. Probably runs E39 M5-like times, judging from the auto numbers.
Whoa.
lets see some proven stats??
im sure E39 owns it in quarter mile times....

Gamite 03-05-2004 04:00 AM

I think the stat that I find the most interesting, is that the bmw is quieter than the benz. Isnt Benz supposed to be luxury?

tlaselva 03-05-2004 04:02 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Mystikal
Yeah, a 6-speed manual 645Ci would be a fun ride. Probably runs E39 M5-like times, judging from the auto numbers.
HP to weight ratio would say the E39 should hold off the 645i manual. But if it can get a 13.7 with an auto, even being conservative you'd suspect mid 13's easy with a stick...... :confused:

SickFinga 03-05-2004 04:09 AM

Didnt I post that 645ci destroys
e46 m3
e39 m5
SL55
Meserati WhoKnowsHowToSpellIt.
on the racetrack?

Mystikal 03-05-2004 05:57 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by crazyvadim
Whoa.
lets see some proven stats??
im sure E39 owns it in quarter mile times....

Look at that auto time, 13.7. I'm willing to bet one with a proper gearstick will run at least 13.3's. With those 275 rears, I'm sure it can take a lot more beating on launch, to the level that left-foot braking can't produce.

Note that R&T themselves clocked the M5 at a 13.3 time. It would be damn close.

M3ti Compact 03-05-2004 06:38 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by SickFinga
Didnt I post that 645ci destroys
e46 m3
e39 m5
SL55
Meserati WhoKnowsHowToSpellIt.
on the racetrack?

Yeah, the 645i absolutely killed, by 3 seconds all the AMG 55 Mercedes as well as the M3 CSL. This one is just a CLK500.

645i does come with manual- and there are rumors of an M version...with the M5's rumored V10.

Miguel 03-05-2004 07:27 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by HooliGaN*
id say for the price diff thats owned

look at it
like 15 k diff
for something thats i more less jus as fast

With that logic, Dodge Neon SRT-4 owns BMW E46 M3.
which would YOU rather have parked in your driveway?

SUPERCHARGED 03-05-2004 08:42 AM

i'd still take the 6er


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