Said by some to be the definitive 4-door saloon (sedan), the 5-Series is BMW's rival for Jaaag's XF, Mercedes-Benz E-Class and Audi's A6.
The F10 (2010-) 5-Series is/was available with 2.0-litre four- and 3.0-litre six-cylinder turbo diesel engines and a 3.0-litre twin-turbo diesel (535d), as well as 2.0-litre four- and 3.0-litre six-cylinder "TwinPower" turbocharged petrol engines, plus 3.0-litre six- and 4.4-litre eight-cylinder (550i) twin-turbocharged petrol engines.
There are/were two "M" models: the M5 and the M550d.
A: "I've just bought my new company car today."
B: "What is it?"
A: "A BMW 5-Series."
B: "Which model?"
A: "A 525d."
What Germans can the BMW 5-series.
Mein Führer, stop calling it a 5-series. It's a 5er.
Mercdes-Benz rival for the BMW 5-Series, Audi A6 and Jaaag XF.
The W212 (2009-) generation is/was available with 2.1-litre four- and 3.0-litre six-cylinder turbo diesel and 1.8-litre turbo four-cylinder, 3.0- and 3.5-litre six-cylinder, 4.7- and 5.5-litre twin-turbocharged and 5.5-litre naturally aspirated eight-cylinder petrol engines.
The E63 AMG is/was available with a 6.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine or a 5.5-litre twin-turbocharged V8 petrol engine.
For more information, see Wikipedia.
A: "What engine do you have in your E-Class?"
B: "I have a 3.5-litre V6 petrol."
Most commonly used to refer to Police Officers/detectives or anyone associated with law enforcement. Origins date back to an early 1970’s television series titled “Hawaii Five O”. Detectives on this show were assigned to a special unit (Five O) and were savvy, aggressive and always apprehended the suspect. Much like the character “Daisy Duke” from the Dukes of Hazard television series whose short shorts spawned a once popular clothing trend with women very effeminate men, the term 5 0 too has transcended television to urban slang.
1. Say man. The block is hot so we goin to post up at Man Man’s cause 5 0 ain’t lettin a mother fucker make no mony here.
2. 5 0 came and took my baby daddy cause his P.O say he had weed in his pee and he on paper.
|5.||resident evil 5|
The fifth game in the series (not counting spin offs)
This game is heavily being accused of being racist.
Black guy: Damn cracka this game's fuckin racist, a steroid pumped white male shooting skinny diseased blacks?
White guy: Dude chill the fuck out, Resident Evil 5 is the first game in the series to have dominately black enemies, and I tell you there've been quite a few Resident Evil games. Also you guys says you want to be treated equally? Well guess what, whites are getting blown up in a lot of games, so you guys should be too if you want to be treated equally!
|6.||The Clique Series|
Literally the most pathetic book series I've ever read. And I should know, because I've read the first 5 books in the series (only out of boredom and because each book takes about a 1/2 hour to read. Go ahead, call me a lifeless loser.)more...
This Lisi Harrison woman calls herself an author--and yet she has the vocabulary of an 8 year old. "Massie looked proud." "Claire felt confused." Very sophisticated writing right there. She also can't come up with more than one plotline. If you take out the details, all the books are exactly the same: at first, Massie is perfect and popular. Then, someone comes in and threatens her position at the top. Oh no! Thankfully, Massie's ass-kissing "friends" step in and save the day. Hooray! Massie is back on top. Once you get to books 2-3, you start to think "haven't I read this before?" That's because you have. Once you get to books 4-5, you start to realize that it's the same story each time, and the author just fills in the blanks with details. Most of the characters are the same way. The four original "clique" girls (Massie, Alicia, Dylan and Kristen) have the same personalities ane are pretty much interchangable. The fact that one is poor and another is on a diet doesn't change anything. Claire, the new girl, is different though--at first. When I started reading the first book, I expected that it would be about how Claire overcomes the clique and gains confidence. Nothing happened in the first book, so I read the second one. By the end of...
|7.||Ace Combat 5|
Ace Combat 5 is the fifth installment of the AC franchise. This is the first in the series to include wingmen in which you can chose their planes and command them in battle. Ace Combat 5 revolves around Wardog Squadron, a Osean fighter squadron based out of Sand Island Airforce Base, off the western coast of the main country. This group is soon forced into combat through unseen events, and has three seperate engagements (one not playable) with enemy fighters supposedly from Yuktobania, another superpower. The team sinks two Yuktobanian war-subs, the Scinfaxi and Hrimfaxi. During a flyby of a stadium elsewere, the team loses one of it's valued pilots, and goes into a demonic rage and destroyes enemy fighters above the stadium. After later escaping from knowing too much, the remaing loyal squadron memebers hide out on the carrier Kestral where they recieve a new addition to their team. Soon after, all planes are given a Jet Black paint job, with the flight leader, Blaze, being given death red tips at the top of the vertical rudder on the back. The unit is then renamed Razgriz Squadron and serves directly under the Osean president. Razgriz Squadron succesfully stops the nuclear bombing from Arkbird, the rebirth of Belka, and the fallout of SOLG.
For more timeline info see Ace Combat 5 events
Ace Combat 5 is probably the longest and most unorthadoxed game in the series.