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Comparison Of Bmw And Mercedes Benz

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Comparison of BMW and Mercedes Benz

     The most popular car of this century are the Mercedes Benz and the BMW.
Many different cars in the world dont campare to at least half of what a Mercedes Benz
and a BMW are. Two specific cars are the 2000 BMW M 2-door Coupe 3.2L, 2000
BMW X5 sports activity vehicle 4-door sport utility 4.4L, 2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK
430 2- door Coupe 4.3L, and the 2000 Mercedes-Benz SLK 230 Kompressor
2-door convertible 2.3L. In this report I will be tlaking about these specific types of
Mercedes-Benz and BMW.

     The Bmw X5 is a 4- door, 5 passenger sport utility available in one trim only.
Th X5 is quipped with a standard 4.4-liter, V8, 282-horsepower engine that
consumes 13-mpg in the city and 17-mpg on the highway. A 5-speed automatic
transmission with overdrive is standard. The X5 is new for the year 2000. Sophisticated
powertrain, fully equipped, good driving pleasure, roomy interior, and gives an interesting
performance. It is a complex machine, unproven quality of assembly, high priced, limited
initial availability. The price for the X5 is $49, 400, $44,620 for the dealer invoice, and
$570 for the destination charges. Its competetor is the 2002 Cadillac Escalade 4-door
sport utility 6.0L all wheel drive, the 2001 GMC Yukon XL Denali 4-door sport utility
6.0L all wheel drive, the 2001 Lincoln Navigator 4-door utility 5.4l4 wheel drve, the
2000 Toyota Land Cruiser 4-door sport utility 4.7L 4 wheel drive, the 2001 Mercedes-
Benz ML 430 4-door sport utility, and the 2001 Toyota Sequoia limited 4-door sport
utility 4.4L 4 wheel drive.It has all disk brakes, 4.0 liters of displacement, 8 cylinders,
32 valves, 3.62 bore, and a 3.26 stroke. The drive trai is all wheel drive and has an

automatic transmission.
     The 2000 M is a 2-dor, 2 passenger sports car available in two trims, the
Coupe and the Roadster/ Upon introduction, both trims are equipped with a standard
3.2- liter, L6, 240-horse power engine that consumes 19 mpg in the city and 26 mpg
on the highway. A 5-speed manual transmission is standard on both trims. The 2000 M
is a carryover from 1999. New satndard features include chrome trim on the fron kidney
grille slats and wraparound headlights. It is an exceptionally powertrain, high
performance, superior handling, has powerful brakes, and a great driving pleausre.
It is also a stiff ride, very high price, has lack of certain amenites despite high price. Its
competetors are the 2000 Chevrolet Corvette 2-door coupe 5.7L, and the 2001 BMW Z3
3.0i 2-door coupe 3.0L. It has all disk brakes, 3.0 liters of displacement, 6 cylinders, 24
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