One of the family cars we had when I was growing up was a BMW 5 Series. It easily swallowed us three kids with the parents up front and the boot packed with all of our clobber. I fondly remember it taking us on regular four-hour Sunday trips to see a grandparent on the Suffolk coast, purring along the A14 as we sang in the back to Radio One's Top 40 countdown on the way home. I loved those journeys because that car made the miles slip by effortlessly.
Of course, I would have been even happier had the 5 Series had the letter M before it...so this week I'm looking at the best secondhand super saloons for £30,000. It's a fair wedge of cash but just think of the supercar performance you're getting! The cars I've highlighted are on sale as I write.
Additional reporting by MSN Cars used car expert James Ruppert
Just silly , which family have cars like these ? got to be the royals or a oil sheik's . Live in
the real world , not in daddies wallet Ms Henderson .
Totally agree with rockabillyboy.
Totally pointless article.
How many families can afford cars like these.
Think about it Vicki.
Viciki,you really haven't thought this through have you,Your article is just as pointless as Top gear. How about showing cars that your viewers can afford, who do you think watches your programmes, get real.
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