Audi RS5 vs BMW M3 review - Auto Express

Full review: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/carreviews/grouptests/258376/audi_rs5_vs_bmw_m3.html When it comes to sporting heritage, few marques can match Audi and BMW. Both have succeeded in the white heat of competition, and proved that the race track and rally stage are the best proving grounds for new products.

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BMW M4 vs Audi RS5: epic track battle
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Subaru Cosworth Impreza vs old Imprezas review - Auto Express
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