BMW 6 Series

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this car has great performance and the used prices are good for most budgets.
lots of compliments on the design.
the styling is gorgeous, great performance, superb handling and decent mileage for a v8!
the brake light previously near the back window is now integrated into the deck lid.
if you want a big back seat buy a 7 series.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
the 650 is a delight (sure, you say, what wouldn't be compared to the rusty horse i'd been riding), and in unexpected ways.
while the regular 6-series receives new, lower front air intakes that are painfully reminiscent of mercedes-amg, the m6 keeps its previous "jetfighter" look intact, complete with an appropriately jet-styled central front air intake and its host of subtle
dynamic stability control keeps the car perfectly level in corners, as they say, like riding on rails!
having owned bmws over the years, i love and expect the superior quality, safety and performance these cars always provide.
great road handling, great pick-up speed, great sound system and a car that receives a lot of "double takes".
a truly wonderful ride in either sport mode or comfort.
i just came out of a 530i and at 6'00, 250 lbs., i am more comfortable in the 650i.
depress the traction control and activate the sport button and the car takes off likes hell on wheels.
very happy with my cpo purchase - the car had depreciated $50k+ in three years, so with the extended cpo warranty to 100k miles and with bmw na including free no-cost maintenance out to 100k miles as a sales incentive, it also fits the bill from a value s
the 650 is very well balanced and after break-in seems to get better mileage and has better response.
ample power and acceleration through all gears although could be quicker off the line.
i have had it to the dealer on at least five separate occasions, it works for a while and then the sensor shows the top is not closed properly.
if you're a diy'er, get on bimmerfest and learn the easy maintenance steps and save even more $.
eats a lot of gas, the backseat is for looks not for passengers.
the stereo and blue tooth phone systems are outstanding.
i have had it to the dealer on at least five separate occasions, it works for a while and then the sensor shows the top is not closed properly.
bringing this car to the us will be a sin as one cannot fully appreciate the power and excitement that this car delivers.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
this car has great performance and the used prices are good for most budgets.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
the car has enough "sporty-ness" to feel like a performance car, but without the harshness or diminutive stature of so many other "sports cars" (i'm 6'3" and 250 lbs).
i bought the convertible three weeks ago and after 1500 miles i have to say that this is one sweet and powerful performance machine.
very happy with my cpo purchase - the car had depreciated $50k+ in three years, so with the extended cpo warranty to 100k miles and with bmw na including free no-cost maintenance out to 100k miles as a sales incentive, it also fits the bill from a value s
very poor customer service.
the styling is gorgeous, great performance, superb handling and decent mileage for a v8!
but for styling, power, comfort, and electronic amenities, this is a great car.
the front seats the lumbar sticks out too much and one has to twist to get in or out and it isn't not great on a problematic back.
seven starts drains the battery.
there is still not enough storage space inside the vehicle.
the 650 is a delight (sure, you say, what wouldn't be compared to the rusty horse i'd been riding), and in unexpected ways.
there is no question that the backseat is next to useless but i intend to use this car as a two-seater any way.
i was surprised the visibility in the convertible with the top up was excellent.
when bmw came out with the 645 i fell in love with the new, bold and innovative design, but it wasn't the time to buy a new car...
in less than a day, my phone was working with bt, i was using voice commands and the navigation system.
i love the cars looks, styling and driveablilty.
it also has great styling and the convertible adds a whole new dimension to the driving experience.
the speed is their the look is their the reliability is there it is just and overall perfect car i put on some 21" chrome bmw rims and everyone looks when i drive by its the best car bmw makes
i do miss the 4-speed shifting, but the sport mode while in the manual shift mode makes up for the need to clutch.
i have put about 2000 miles on this car in a month.
if you want a big back seat buy a 7 series.
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
i'm 6'7" and the cockpit is very accommodating.
performance is outstanding!
it had some years on it but we figured it would get several years of only normal maintenance type services and not need to worry about major mechanical or electric problem because of it's low mileage and series.
the company changed almost nothing about the cars design.
while the car gets looks of admiration at stop lights the feeling of this wears out quickly when you count how many dollars and time it has spent in a bmw repair shop.
so responsive, amazing comfort in the driver's seat ( great lumbar and head support).
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
got an '08 sapphire black convertible with saddle leather.
i always liked it generally, but could not imagine a car at this price without an opening sunroof.
i paid $90k+, includes: conv, auto, sports pckg, head-up display is an absolutely stupid option, convenience key is not necessary and hd radio that never worked right; dealer said it works best in the city but not in the suburbs where i live, thx and heat
in less than a day, my phone was working with bt, i was using voice commands and the navigation system.
i always liked it generally, but could not imagine a car at this price without an opening sunroof.
the manual transmission is awful.
very poor customer service.
in less than a day, my phone was working with bt, i was using voice commands and the navigation system.
i had the 650 for 12 months and i regret getting it: too much money for what you get.
very happy with my cpo purchase - the car had depreciated $50k+ in three years, so with the extended cpo warranty to 100k miles and with bmw na including free no-cost maintenance out to 100k miles as a sales incentive, it also fits the bill from a value s
very poor customer service.
this car handles incredibly and offers a very quiet interior ride compared to many convertibles.
this brings out the full metallic or standard colors in a beautiful way.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
the acceleration, whether starting from a stop or at 100 mph, pulls you into the back of your seat.
i bought the convertible three weeks ago and after 1500 miles i have to say that this is one sweet and powerful performance machine.
bmw states the problem is with the software-it thinks the engine is stalling and the computer gives the engine throttle.
my car has been giving me a lot of headache with the operation of the roof; it stops working without previous notice and not even the bmw guys know why is that.
the phone that comes with the car is junk, and neither bmw nor cell companies will take any responsibility of hook it up.
the car corners well, but is not very quick 0-60 mpg.
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
this is my 3rd bmw; i have a 01-740i and a 05-330cic; both are great but the 650 at this price level is a disappointment, not only in lack of hp but in technology/computer etc.
she still is covered by the warranty but my concern is when it's over i'll be the one paying every time this happens again.
the navigation system is worse.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
i cannot recommend any other car more highly than this one, it's worth every bit (and more) what i paid for it.
it had some years on it but we figured it would get several years of only normal maintenance type services and not need to worry about major mechanical or electric problem because of it's low mileage and series.
reliability is an issue - right now i need to take the car to the shop to get the engine gaskets replaced, the intermittent pdc failure analyzed, the trunk lock sensor fixed so that i can open it with the remote, the brake fluid flushed, the interior filt
i bought my 650i in 9/16/2009 with 3864 miles at a reasonable price.i now have 24,500 miles on it.
i paid $90k+, includes: conv, auto, sports pckg, head-up display is an absolutely stupid option, convenience key is not necessary and hd radio that never worked right; dealer said it works best in the city but not in the suburbs where i live, thx and heat
the brake light previously near the back window is now integrated into the deck lid.
anyway, i wouldn't buy it again.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
the stereo and blue tooth phone systems are outstanding.
it had some years on it but we figured it would get several years of only normal maintenance type services and not need to worry about major mechanical or electric problem because of it's low mileage and series.
this car drives so nicely and smoothly, has such a simple elegance inside, and turns heads because of its awesome exterior.
getting 26+ mpg on highways with 18 in city driving.
he said there is too much draining the battery.
reliability is an issue - right now i need to take the car to the shop to get the engine gaskets replaced, the intermittent pdc failure analyzed, the trunk lock sensor fixed so that i can open it with the remote, the brake fluid flushed, the interior filt
it's the 2nd most depreciating car on the market, so if you find a good used example, snatch it up quick and thank the previous owner for taking the full brunt of depreciation.
i picked up an '07 650i coupe for $51k, plus trade in of a '99 m3 with 80k miles on it.
she still is covered by the warranty but my concern is when it's over i'll be the one paying every time this happens again.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
it you are looking for a great convertible - at any price - this is it!
when bmw came out with the 645 i fell in love with the new, bold and innovative design, but it wasn't the time to buy a new car...
one downside, the back seat could use more headroom and space.
a truly wonderful ride in either sport mode or comfort.
even though i was babying the engine for the 1200 mile break-in period, i was still amazed at the power and performance even though the rpms didn't exceed 4500.
i could have gotten a better car for $90k or a great car at a much lower price but not $90k+ for 360 hp.
it you are looking for a great convertible - at any price - this is it!
the styling is gorgeous, great performance, superb handling and decent mileage for a v8!
the performance is stellar, the handling amazing.
the acceleration, whether starting from a stop or at 100 mph, pulls you into the back of your seat.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
this car has great performance and the used prices are good for most budgets.
lexus, take note: when you hard steer into a corner, the tires don't even while a bit.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
very refined, comfortable and easy to gain speed.
eats a lot of gas, the backseat is for looks not for passengers.
it has plenty of power and very stable handling.
finally, though i have to acknowledge it to work the radio, ect.
i really enjoy the interior and the exterior design.
but for styling, power, comfort, and electronic amenities, this is a great car.
very happy with my cpo purchase - the car had depreciated $50k+ in three years, so with the extended cpo warranty to 100k miles and with bmw na including free no-cost maintenance out to 100k miles as a sales incentive, it also fits the bill from a value s
oh well, small price to pay i guess, for a great car.
i'm a low mileage driver and bmw tells me the car is meant to be driven a lot.
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
in less than a day, my phone was working with bt, i was using voice commands and the navigation system.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
it had some years on it but we figured it would get several years of only normal maintenance type services and not need to worry about major mechanical or electric problem because of it's low mileage and series.
i cannot fault the car and abolutely love it.
the styling is gorgeous, great performance, superb handling and decent mileage for a v8!
you have to drive it to understand that the trade off is a beautiful panoramic experience through the roof glass with ventilation still available.
for the size of the car, when i am driving it, it feels like a comfortable coupe, excellent driving behavior and surprisingly good on gas (25 mpg hwy at 80 mph average).
getting 26+ mpg on highways with 18 in city driving.
this bmw is much more luxurous and as much fun to drive without all of the bumps of a much stiffer suspension.
very poor customer service.
if you get a 04, it will not have bluetooth, and it will cost you over 2500 to get it retrofitted.
i went to the dealer to test drive a 7 series.
the car is extremely comfortable for two, tolerable for four.
you have to drive it to understand that the trade off is a beautiful panoramic experience through the roof glass with ventilation still available.
the stereo and blue tooth phone systems are outstanding.
it has a perfect balance of performance, luxury and comfort.
i had the 650 for 12 months and i regret getting it: too much money for what you get.
for months i had been test-driving different cars looking for "the one."
i bought my 10 650 convertible when i actually went in to buy another m3 convertible and have no regrets.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
although i've only had my 650i for a week or so, i am already impressed with the quality and feel of such a high performance, luxury coupe.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
the seats envelope in a way superior to those in the 2009 mb cl i rented and are far superior to those in the carerra.
driving this bmw is a great experience each time i start the engine, except for the ipod screen warning that comes up everytime.
i picked up an '07 650i coupe for $51k, plus trade in of a '99 m3 with 80k miles on it.
as for me, i am a techy, so i find the idrive very functional and entertaining.
driving this bmw is a great experience each time i start the engine, except for the ipod screen warning that comes up everytime.
the styling is gorgeous, great performance, superb handling and decent mileage for a v8!
the acceleration, whether starting from a stop or at 100 mph, pulls you into the back of your seat.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
so responsive, amazing comfort in the driver's seat ( great lumbar and head support).
both cars have the most amazing grip and impart a feel of confidence.
the car corners well, but is not very quick 0-60 mpg.
custom made for me, in germany this year.
for the size of the car, when i am driving it, it feels like a comfortable coupe, excellent driving behavior and surprisingly good on gas (25 mpg hwy at 80 mph average).
very happy with my cpo purchase - the car had depreciated $50k+ in three years, so with the extended cpo warranty to 100k miles and with bmw na including free no-cost maintenance out to 100k miles as a sales incentive, it also fits the bill from a value s
i averaged 24-26 mpg (at between 80-90 mph) having coming from an 09 m3 coupe, i do miss that punch that the m3 delivers, but my 650 handles very well and is quite quick.
this brings out the full metallic or standard colors in a beautiful way.
once test driven, i had to purchase it.
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
great road handling, great pick-up speed, great sound system and a car that receives a lot of "double takes".
this is my 3rd bmw; i have a 01-740i and a 05-330cic; both are great but the 650 at this price level is a disappointment, not only in lack of hp but in technology/computer etc.
car was rock solid at 110 and when passing a car it was still pushing me back in the seat at 80.
handling is superb especially in sport mode.
in but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream pros exceptionally powerful responsive automated manual impeccably trimmed interior with widely adjustable front cons feels big and heavy on tight cramped rear
now thinking about the m6, but that may be too much power.
the vehicle is also prone to severe lunges when driving in m1 (such as you might in a parking garage looking for a spot or while moving forward in a metered freeway on ramp) and to a lesser extent in automatic.
i added the sport package, upgraded sound system and 21" chrome wheels.
the engine sound is of elegant fortitude, the handling pugnacious when demanded but otherwise smooth and flat-out fun.
the back panel window really cuts down on both noise and turbulence.
i averaged 24-26 mpg (at between 80-90 mph) having coming from an 09 m3 coupe, i do miss that punch that the m3 delivers, but my 650 handles very well and is quite quick.
i do miss the 4-speed shifting, but the sport mode while in the manual shift mode makes up for the need to clutch.
the phone that comes with the car is junk, and neither bmw nor cell companies will take any responsibility of hook it up.
if you can afford this car and want a fast, great handling coupe, go buy one.
this is a sexy car that flies, turns and brakes on command.
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
it you are looking for a great convertible - at any price - this is it!
anyway, i wouldn't buy it again.
im been an bmw enthusiast for years but the dealer can't fix the wear of the rear tires on the inside.
what a great car handling and power are incredible.
i have had it to the dealer on at least five separate occasions, it works for a while and then the sensor shows the top is not closed properly.
glove box is small, center console storage is small.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
am now at 203,000 miles and all is still well.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
around the city, the gearing and torque make the ride seamless, and on the highway the car has a blacktop-eating ride that wants to run much faster than the law allows.
car was rock solid at 110 and when passing a car it was still pushing me back in the seat at 80.
but for styling, power, comfort, and electronic amenities, this is a great car.
the back panel window really cuts down on both noise and turbulence.
i love bmws, compared to my old m3, this car absolutely is amazing and i highly recommend it for anyone looking for a new car.
i added the sport package, upgraded sound system and 21" chrome wheels.
lots of compliments on the design.
depress the traction control and activate the sport button and the car takes off likes hell on wheels.
acceleration from zero is not great, but it does have a great deal of power from 30 mph to 100 mph
the materials are top notch, while everything from the heating controls to the steering feel solid and well built.
depress the traction control and activate the sport button and the car takes off likes hell on wheels.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
after the battery drains a couple dozen times, its time for a new battery which today cost over $500.
even though i was babying the engine for the 1200 mile break-in period, i was still amazed at the power and performance even though the rpms didn't exceed 4500.
while the car gets looks of admiration at stop lights the feeling of this wears out quickly when you count how many dollars and time it has spent in a bmw repair shop.
i cannot fault the car and abolutely love it.
recommend that all new car purchases have a complete detail outside their respective dealership and do not forget to include a "clay" of the finish.
the dealership also does not know how it operates, figure it out!
sweet convertible that gets many a look
i always liked it generally, but could not imagine a car at this price without an opening sunroof.
the 650 is very well balanced and after break-in seems to get better mileage and has better response.
just 2 days after i bought it, i took it on a 2000 mile road trip, what an amazing car!
while the car gets looks of admiration at stop lights the feeling of this wears out quickly when you count how many dollars and time it has spent in a bmw repair shop.
the lunges are dangerous and you must drive defensively at 4 miles per hour.
i also like the throaty sound, especially in sports mode.
if you can afford this car and want a fast, great handling coupe, go buy one.
driving this bmw is a great experience each time i start the engine, except for the ipod screen warning that comes up everytime.
the materials are top notch, while everything from the heating controls to the steering feel solid and well built.
the complaints on the idrive are understood, but i use the voice control to access just about anything on the menu, without touching the idrive.
acceleration and handling is great, so is the sports suspension.
even though i was babying the engine for the 1200 mile break-in period, i was still amazed at the power and performance even though the rpms didn't exceed 4500.
the vehicle is also prone to severe lunges when driving in m1 (such as you might in a parking garage looking for a spot or while moving forward in a metered freeway on ramp) and to a lesser extent in automatic.
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
after 1 week of driving it, this machine is worth every dollar, not only in its performance and peerless handling, but in the way it makes you feel when you are behind the wheel.
when bmw came out with the 645 i fell in love with the new, bold and innovative design, but it wasn't the time to buy a new car...
bmw dealer can't even pin point the issue.
reliability is an issue - right now i need to take the car to the shop to get the engine gaskets replaced, the intermittent pdc failure analyzed, the trunk lock sensor fixed so that i can open it with the remote, the brake fluid flushed, the interior filt
this car is just an extreme pleasure to drive, the handling, acceleration and features far exceeds the my other luxury coupe test drives.
dynamic stability control keeps the car perfectly level in corners, as they say, like riding on rails!
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
inside, top-notch bmw build quality is present throughout.quality materials make the bmw m6 an extremely desirable cruiserthanks to a selection of driving modes, adjustable through the cars on-board computer, the driver can alter things like the suspensio
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
i bought my 650i in 9/16/2009 with 3864 miles at a reasonable price.i now have 24,500 miles on it.
very happy with my cpo purchase - the car had depreciated $50k+ in three years, so with the extended cpo warranty to 100k miles and with bmw na including free no-cost maintenance out to 100k miles as a sales incentive, it also fits the bill from a value s
the brake light previously near the back window is now integrated into the deck lid.
she still is covered by the warranty but my concern is when it's over i'll be the one paying every time this happens again.
i think you can have a much better car for the same money.
it had some years on it but we figured it would get several years of only normal maintenance type services and not need to worry about major mechanical or electric problem because of it's low mileage and series.
the design is excellent, ride quality is great, handling out of this world - what's to say more.
soft leather seats and a well laid out interior.
the back panel window really cuts down on both noise and turbulence.
dynamic stability control keeps the car perfectly level in corners, as they say, like riding on rails!
the front seats the lumbar sticks out too much and one has to twist to get in or out and it isn't not great on a problematic back.
even though i was babying the engine for the 1200 mile break-in period, i was still amazed at the power and performance even though the rpms didn't exceed 4500.
ample power and acceleration through all gears although could be quicker off the line.
very happy with my cpo purchase - the car had depreciated $50k+ in three years, so with the extended cpo warranty to 100k miles and with bmw na including free no-cost maintenance out to 100k miles as a sales incentive, it also fits the bill from a value s
the front seats the lumbar sticks out too much and one has to twist to get in or out and it isn't not great on a problematic back.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
extremely responsive steering and brakes.
the bmw dealer told me if i don't drive it at least one day a week for an hour the battery will die.
acceleration and handling is great, so is the sports suspension.
fuel economy is better then expected.
the bmw 645i is like buying a boat - the 2 happiest days of ownership are the day you buy it and the day you get rid of it.
the speed is their the look is their the reliability is there it is just and overall perfect car i put on some 21" chrome bmw rims and everyone looks when i drive by its the best car bmw makes
even though i was babying the engine for the 1200 mile break-in period, i was still amazed at the power and performance even though the rpms didn't exceed 4500.
but for styling, power, comfort, and electronic amenities, this is a great car.
i was a little hesitant to buy a car with such a haughty image in a fairly conservative midwest town but after driving it i don't care what anyone thinks.
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
around the city, the gearing and torque make the ride seamless, and on the highway the car has a blacktop-eating ride that wants to run much faster than the law allows.
oh well, small price to pay i guess, for a great car.
extremely responsive steering and brakes.
extreme luxury, awsome handle, superb sports performance, plus the wow!
the microphones for the phones are junk.
so responsive, amazing comfort in the driver's seat ( great lumbar and head support).
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
i ordered the saddle color seats.
find a loop and keep pushing against the curb -never touch the brakes- and you'll feel like you are ready for nascar.
when i was ready to buy the 650i had been released and i bought my beautiful monaco blue convertible.
inside, top-notch bmw build quality is present throughout.quality materials make the bmw m6 an extremely desirable cruiserthanks to a selection of driving modes, adjustable through the cars on-board computer, the driver can alter things like the suspensio
i could have gotten a better car for $90k or a great car at a much lower price but not $90k+ for 360 hp.
the speed is their the look is their the reliability is there it is just and overall perfect car i put on some 21" chrome bmw rims and everyone looks when i drive by its the best car bmw makes
very happy with my cpo purchase - the car had depreciated $50k+ in three years, so with the extended cpo warranty to 100k miles and with bmw na including free no-cost maintenance out to 100k miles as a sales incentive, it also fits the bill from a value s
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
i could have gotten a better car for $90k or a great car at a much lower price but not $90k+ for 360 hp.
beautiful lines, classy interior, and the idrive isn't at all that hard to use once i spent some time with it.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
if you're a diy'er, get on bimmerfest and learn the easy maintenance steps and save even more $.
she still is covered by the warranty but my concern is when it's over i'll be the one paying every time this happens again.
the trunk area, which i always saw as ugly bangle bungling, is subtly changed and now much more acceptable to me.
very happy with my cpo purchase - the car had depreciated $50k+ in three years, so with the extended cpo warranty to 100k miles and with bmw na including free no-cost maintenance out to 100k miles as a sales incentive, it also fits the bill from a value s
my biggest concern was wind noise through the soft-top.
i think you can have a much better car for the same money.
it is truly the best choice in convertibles and when the top is up and your on the highway so quiet you think you are in a hardtop.
having owned bmws over the years, i love and expect the superior quality, safety and performance these cars always provide.
you have to drive it to understand that the trade off is a beautiful panoramic experience through the roof glass with ventilation still available.
the only problem i have had is the navigation has been occasionally acting up, saying "can't read disc" i'm scheduled to take it in next week so hope it's an easy correction.
i added the sport package, upgraded sound system and 21" chrome wheels.
i really enjoy the interior and the exterior design.
i just love my beast for power and style.
they want me to do alignment and put new set of tires at 22000 miles at my expense!
when bmw came out with the 645 i fell in love with the new, bold and innovative design, but it wasn't the time to buy a new car...
this is my 3rd bmw; i have a 01-740i and a 05-330cic; both are great but the 650 at this price level is a disappointment, not only in lack of hp but in technology/computer etc.
acceleration from zero is not great, but it does have a great deal of power from 30 mph to 100 mph
eats a lot of gas, the backseat is for looks not for passengers.
acceleration, handling and cornering couldn't be finer.
the handling and power are outstanding.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
the vehicle is also prone to severe lunges when driving in m1 (such as you might in a parking garage looking for a spot or while moving forward in a metered freeway on ramp) and to a lesser extent in automatic.
there is also an m sport package with even more upscale interior and exterior accents for extra bling.actually, light doesnt even begin to describe the changes bmw has made to the m6 for 2015.
while the car gets looks of admiration at stop lights the feeling of this wears out quickly when you count how many dollars and time it has spent in a bmw repair shop.
the look says: that's right, i am mean.
i was a little hesitant to buy a car with such a haughty image in a fairly conservative midwest town but after driving it i don't care what anyone thinks.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
this bmw is much more luxurous and as much fun to drive without all of the bumps of a much stiffer suspension.
i bought my 10 650 convertible when i actually went in to buy another m3 convertible and have no regrets.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
i always liked it generally, but could not imagine a car at this price without an opening sunroof.
the gurgle of the engine is the sweetest sound i've heard.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
it is very comfortable even with lower back issues.
acceleration is awsome.
after the battery drains a couple dozen times, its time for a new battery which today cost over $500.
there is no question that the backseat is next to useless but i intend to use this car as a two-seater any way.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
i will never regret buying this car.
my car has been giving me a lot of headache with the operation of the roof; it stops working without previous notice and not even the bmw guys know why is that.
the only problem i have had is the navigation has been occasionally acting up, saying "can't read disc" i'm scheduled to take it in next week so hope it's an easy correction.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
the car drives like a dream, it never seems to run out of power.
in but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream pros exceptionally powerful responsive automated manual impeccably trimmed interior with widely adjustable front cons feels big and heavy on tight cramped rear
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
for the size of the car, when i am driving it, it feels like a comfortable coupe, excellent driving behavior and surprisingly good on gas (25 mpg hwy at 80 mph average).
if you get a 04, it will not have bluetooth, and it will cost you over 2500 to get it retrofitted.
i just love my beast for power and style.
i took it to the limit 160+ once and it was still quiet in the rag top.
while the regular 6-series receives new, lower front air intakes that are painfully reminiscent of mercedes-amg, the m6 keeps its previous "jetfighter" look intact, complete with an appropriately jet-styled central front air intake and its host of subtle
i bought my 650i in 9/16/2009 with 3864 miles at a reasonable price.i now have 24,500 miles on it.
soft leather seats and a well laid out interior.
i paid $90k+, includes: conv, auto, sports pckg, head-up display is an absolutely stupid option, convenience key is not necessary and hd radio that never worked right; dealer said it works best in the city but not in the suburbs where i live, thx and heat
acceleration and handling is great, so is the sports suspension.
it had some years on it but we figured it would get several years of only normal maintenance type services and not need to worry about major mechanical or electric problem because of it's low mileage and series.
so responsive, amazing comfort in the driver's seat ( great lumbar and head support).
very happy with my cpo purchase - the car had depreciated $50k+ in three years, so with the extended cpo warranty to 100k miles and with bmw na including free no-cost maintenance out to 100k miles as a sales incentive, it also fits the bill from a value s
the idrive is easy to use, although boot-up sometimes takes a while.
i always liked it generally, but could not imagine a car at this price without an opening sunroof.
the manual transmission is very disappointing.
very happy with my cpo purchase - the car had depreciated $50k+ in three years, so with the extended cpo warranty to 100k miles and with bmw na including free no-cost maintenance out to 100k miles as a sales incentive, it also fits the bill from a value s
smooth and quiet, powerful yet reserved -- until summoned.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
inside, top-notch bmw build quality is present throughout.quality materials make the bmw m6 an extremely desirable cruiserthanks to a selection of driving modes, adjustable through the cars on-board computer, the driver can alter things like the suspensio
glove box is small, center console storage is small.
the 6spd manual is terrific and the sport mode just adds a little more sports car feel.
i'm 6'7" and the cockpit is very accommodating.
i just love my beast for power and style.
as a coupe or convertible, the 6-series is available with either a 315-hp 3.0-liter inline-six (640i) or 445-hp 4.4-liter v-8 (650i); both engines mate to an eight-speed automatic.
the company changed almost nothing about the cars design.
don't drive this car unless you're prepared to purchase one.
inside, top-notch bmw build quality is present throughout.quality materials make the bmw m6 an extremely desirable cruiserthanks to a selection of driving modes, adjustable through the cars on-board computer, the driver can alter things like the suspensio
also, the competition package's engine upgrade now produces even more power.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
the car makes you want to drive while making you look better.
this car is the perfect performance luxury vehicle!
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
to top it off the ride is compliant, the seats are the most comfortable i have ever encountered, the logic 7 sound system is amazing - even at super legal speeds with the top down.
it had some years on it but we figured it would get several years of only normal maintenance type services and not need to worry about major mechanical or electric problem because of it's low mileage and series.
one downside, the back seat could use more headroom and space.
i love the cars looks, styling and driveablilty.
absolutely, no regrets buying this car.
it has a perfect balance of performance, luxury and comfort.
the complaints on the idrive are understood, but i use the voice control to access just about anything on the menu, without touching the idrive.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
total cost of ownership compared to competing cars is much lower.
there is also an m sport package with even more upscale interior and exterior accents for extra bling.actually, light doesnt even begin to describe the changes bmw has made to the m6 for 2015.
interior noise is also better then expected.
the 650 is very well balanced and after break-in seems to get better mileage and has better response.
i got my 650i convertible with most options in mid-june and it was delivered flawless and has been flawless in the first 2000 miles.
depress the traction control and activate the sport button and the car takes off likes hell on wheels.
i have had other bmw's, mercedes, volvos, 400 hp muscle cars and nothing compares to this car.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
rear-wheel drive is standard, while all-wheel drive is available for all-weather ability.
it has more power than we can use on most california highways.
glove box is small, center console storage is small.
reliability is an issue - right now i need to take the car to the shop to get the engine gaskets replaced, the intermittent pdc failure analyzed, the trunk lock sensor fixed so that i can open it with the remote, the brake fluid flushed, the interior filt
it is truly the best choice in convertibles and when the top is up and your on the highway so quiet you think you are in a hardtop.
drives like a dream, tremendous pick-up, wonderful sight lines.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
reliability is an issue - right now i need to take the car to the shop to get the engine gaskets replaced, the intermittent pdc failure analyzed, the trunk lock sensor fixed so that i can open it with the remote, the brake fluid flushed, the interior filt
very happy with my cpo purchase - the car had depreciated $50k+ in three years, so with the extended cpo warranty to 100k miles and with bmw na including free no-cost maintenance out to 100k miles as a sales incentive, it also fits the bill from a value s
i took it to the limit 160+ once and it was still quiet in the rag top.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
the creature comforts are far superior to any competitors!
very happy with my cpo purchase - the car had depreciated $50k+ in three years, so with the extended cpo warranty to 100k miles and with bmw na including free no-cost maintenance out to 100k miles as a sales incentive, it also fits the bill from a value s
2011 used with only 33,000 miles on it.
it had some years on it but we figured it would get several years of only normal maintenance type services and not need to worry about major mechanical or electric problem because of it's low mileage and series.
you press on the throttle a couple of times and you realized that you've been smiling like an idiot.
to top it off the ride is compliant, the seats are the most comfortable i have ever encountered, the logic 7 sound system is amazing - even at super legal speeds with the top down.
but for styling, power, comfort, and electronic amenities, this is a great car.
dynamic stability control keeps the car perfectly level in corners, as they say, like riding on rails!
the design is excellent, ride quality is great, handling out of this world - what's to say more.
fantastic performance.
after my 4-years with the sc430 from lexus, i was unhappy with its soft steering - heard the purr of the 650's engine and fell in love - at last the muscle car i could not afford as a teenager, with the class that comes with maturity (ok agreed - if i was
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
owner's manual(s) don't even fit in the glove box.
the design is excellent, ride quality is great, handling out of this world - what's to say more.
the 650 is very well balanced and after break-in seems to get better mileage and has better response.
for the size of the car, when i am driving it, it feels like a comfortable coupe, excellent driving behavior and surprisingly good on gas (25 mpg hwy at 80 mph average).
i paid $90k+, includes: conv, auto, sports pckg, head-up display is an absolutely stupid option, convenience key is not necessary and hd radio that never worked right; dealer said it works best in the city but not in the suburbs where i live, thx and heat
you have to drive it to understand that the trade off is a beautiful panoramic experience through the roof glass with ventilation still available.
total cost of ownership compared to competing cars is much lower.
if you get a 04, it will not have bluetooth, and it will cost you over 2500 to get it retrofitted.
the only problem i have had is the navigation has been occasionally acting up, saying "can't read disc" i'm scheduled to take it in next week so hope it's an easy correction.
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
one downside, the back seat could use more headroom and space.
has all the torque you would ever need.
even though i was babying the engine for the 1200 mile break-in period, i was still amazed at the power and performance even though the rpms didn't exceed 4500.
owner's manual(s) don't even fit in the glove box.
the best display of power is between 60 and 100 mph.
and if that's not enough, it's a convertible with 1 button control.
so responsive, amazing comfort in the driver's seat ( great lumbar and head support).
the sports mode is a bit jerky at times, but darn quick off the line (the normal mode, which my wife dubs 'the macher mode,' is far less responsive to the pedal stomp yet very smooth).
economical, fast, brilliant handling, stylish, practical, great sound system, reliable.
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
i purchased the sport model and the back seat isn't a problem.
the bmw dealer told me if i don't drive it at least one day a week for an hour the battery will die.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
in but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream pros exceptionally powerful responsive automated manual impeccably trimmed interior with widely adjustable front cons feels big and heavy on tight cramped rear
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
in less than a day, my phone was working with bt, i was using voice commands and the navigation system.
i got it with the sport package and every available option (black and beige) it is comfortable, fun to drive and has excellent road manners.
the car is whisper quiet at all speeds, handles amazingly well, and accelerates effortlessly from any speed to any speed.
smooth and quiet, powerful yet reserved -- until summoned.
the stereo and blue tooth phone systems are outstanding.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
if you want a big back seat buy a 7 series.
when i was ready to buy the 650i had been released and i bought my beautiful monaco blue convertible.
to top it off the ride is compliant, the seats are the most comfortable i have ever encountered, the logic 7 sound system is amazing - even at super legal speeds with the top down.
i have had it to the dealership and they have been great, but they cannot find out what is causing the problem.
after the battery drains a couple dozen times, its time for a new battery which today cost over $500.
while the car gets looks of admiration at stop lights the feeling of this wears out quickly when you count how many dollars and time it has spent in a bmw repair shop.
it is not a canyon-carver w/ it's porcine weight, but a gt rocket ship most comfortable near three-digit speeds on open road.
the car is whisper quiet at all speeds, handles amazingly well, and accelerates effortlessly from any speed to any speed.
there is no question that the backseat is next to useless but i intend to use this car as a two-seater any way.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
the stereo and blue tooth phone systems are outstanding.




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i added the sport package, upgraded sound system and 21" chrome wheels.
they want me to do alignment and put new set of tires at 22000 miles at my expense!
the 6spd manual is terrific and the sport mode just adds a little more sports car feel.
the idrive is easy to use, although boot-up sometimes takes a while.
the gurgle of the engine is the sweetest sound i've heard.
to top it off the ride is compliant, the seats are the most comfortable i have ever encountered, the logic 7 sound system is amazing - even at super legal speeds with the top down.
also, the competition package's engine upgrade now produces even more power.
as for me, i am a techy, so i find the idrive very functional and entertaining.
after 1 week of driving it, this machine is worth every dollar, not only in its performance and peerless handling, but in the way it makes you feel when you are behind the wheel.
this car is a head turner and all the gadgets are fun to play with, including the convertible top.
while the regular 6-series receives new, lower front air intakes that are painfully reminiscent of mercedes-amg, the m6 keeps its previous "jetfighter" look intact, complete with an appropriately jet-styled central front air intake and its host of subtle
it is responsive and surprisingly nimble considering it's size.
i paid $90k+, includes: conv, auto, sports pckg, head-up display is an absolutely stupid option, convenience key is not necessary and hd radio that never worked right; dealer said it works best in the city but not in the suburbs where i live, thx and heat
the car handles well for a sedan.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
this thing is heaven on wheels!
although i've only had my 650i for a week or so, i am already impressed with the quality and feel of such a high performance, luxury coupe.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
but for styling, power, comfort, and electronic amenities, this is a great car.
great road handling, great pick-up speed, great sound system and a car that receives a lot of "double takes".
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
the styling is gorgeous, great performance, superb handling and decent mileage for a v8!
acceleration from zero is not great, but it does have a great deal of power from 30 mph to 100 mph
the car is whisper quiet at all speeds, handles amazingly well, and accelerates effortlessly from any speed to any speed.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
he said there is too much draining the battery.
but for styling, power, comfort, and electronic amenities, this is a great car.
the speed is their the look is their the reliability is there it is just and overall perfect car i put on some 21" chrome bmw rims and everyone looks when i drive by its the best car bmw makes
bmw states the problem is with the software-it thinks the engine is stalling and the computer gives the engine throttle.
if you don't enjoy being challenged by technology, don't get the idrive.
this is my 3rd bmw; i have a 01-740i and a 05-330cic; both are great but the 650 at this price level is a disappointment, not only in lack of hp but in technology/computer etc.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
i bought the convertible three weeks ago and after 1500 miles i have to say that this is one sweet and powerful performance machine.
in less than a day, my phone was working with bt, i was using voice commands and the navigation system.
very refined, comfortable and easy to gain speed.
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
in but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream pros exceptionally powerful responsive automated manual impeccably trimmed interior with widely adjustable front cons feels big and heavy on tight cramped rear
the seats envelope in a way superior to those in the 2009 mb cl i rented and are far superior to those in the carerra.
after 1 week of driving it, this machine is worth every dollar, not only in its performance and peerless handling, but in the way it makes you feel when you are behind the wheel.
the engine sound is of elegant fortitude, the handling pugnacious when demanded but otherwise smooth and flat-out fun.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
around the city, the gearing and torque make the ride seamless, and on the highway the car has a blacktop-eating ride that wants to run much faster than the law allows.
one downside, the back seat could use more headroom and space.
the handling and power are outstanding.
i really enjoy the interior and the exterior design.
so responsive, amazing comfort in the driver's seat ( great lumbar and head support).
this bmw is much more luxurous and as much fun to drive without all of the bumps of a much stiffer suspension.
this car is a head turner and all the gadgets are fun to play with, including the convertible top.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
the manual transmission is awful.
a truly wonderful ride in either sport mode or comfort.
around the city, the gearing and torque make the ride seamless, and on the highway the car has a blacktop-eating ride that wants to run much faster than the law allows.
the acceleration, whether starting from a stop or at 100 mph, pulls you into the back of your seat.
while the car gets looks of admiration at stop lights the feeling of this wears out quickly when you count how many dollars and time it has spent in a bmw repair shop.
rear-wheel drive is standard, while all-wheel drive is available for all-weather ability.
the much maligned i drive in now very intuitive - once you read the manual just once.
the brake light previously near the back window is now integrated into the deck lid.
after 1 week of driving it, this machine is worth every dollar, not only in its performance and peerless handling, but in the way it makes you feel when you are behind the wheel.
the 6spd manual is terrific and the sport mode just adds a little more sports car feel.
reliability is an issue - right now i need to take the car to the shop to get the engine gaskets replaced, the intermittent pdc failure analyzed, the trunk lock sensor fixed so that i can open it with the remote, the brake fluid flushed, the interior filt
car was rock solid at 110 and when passing a car it was still pushing me back in the seat at 80.
i do miss the 4-speed shifting, but the sport mode while in the manual shift mode makes up for the need to clutch.
this car is the perfect performance luxury vehicle!
if you get a 04, it will not have bluetooth, and it will cost you over 2500 to get it retrofitted.
i do miss the 4-speed shifting, but the sport mode while in the manual shift mode makes up for the need to clutch.
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
extremely responsive steering and brakes.
there is also an m sport package with even more upscale interior and exterior accents for extra bling.actually, light doesnt even begin to describe the changes bmw has made to the m6 for 2015.
it is a "sporty" two-sedan.
reliability is an issue - right now i need to take the car to the shop to get the engine gaskets replaced, the intermittent pdc failure analyzed, the trunk lock sensor fixed so that i can open it with the remote, the brake fluid flushed, the interior filt
soft leather seats and a well laid out interior.
the only problem i have had is the navigation has been occasionally acting up, saying "can't read disc" i'm scheduled to take it in next week so hope it's an easy correction.
as a coupe or convertible, the 6-series is available with either a 315-hp 3.0-liter inline-six (640i) or 445-hp 4.4-liter v-8 (650i); both engines mate to an eight-speed automatic.
in but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream pros exceptionally powerful responsive automated manual impeccably trimmed interior with widely adjustable front cons feels big and heavy on tight cramped rear
extremely responsive steering and brakes.
i do miss the 4-speed shifting, but the sport mode while in the manual shift mode makes up for the need to clutch.
soft leather seats and a well laid out interior.
i have had other bmw's, mercedes, volvos, 400 hp muscle cars and nothing compares to this car.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
this is my 3rd bmw; i have a 01-740i and a 05-330cic; both are great but the 650 at this price level is a disappointment, not only in lack of hp but in technology/computer etc.
this brings out the full metallic or standard colors in a beautiful way.
after my 4-years with the sc430 from lexus, i was unhappy with its soft steering - heard the purr of the 650's engine and fell in love - at last the muscle car i could not afford as a teenager, with the class that comes with maturity (ok agreed - if i was
the sports mode is a bit jerky at times, but darn quick off the line (the normal mode, which my wife dubs 'the macher mode,' is far less responsive to the pedal stomp yet very smooth).
acceleration from zero is not great, but it does have a great deal of power from 30 mph to 100 mph
the front seats the lumbar sticks out too much and one has to twist to get in or out and it isn't not great on a problematic back.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
in less than a day, my phone was working with bt, i was using voice commands and the navigation system.
the phone that comes with the car is junk, and neither bmw nor cell companies will take any responsibility of hook it up.
i do miss the 4-speed shifting, but the sport mode while in the manual shift mode makes up for the need to clutch.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
depress the traction control and activate the sport button and the car takes off likes hell on wheels.
find a loop and keep pushing against the curb -never touch the brakes- and you'll feel like you are ready for nascar.
you have to drive it to understand that the trade off is a beautiful panoramic experience through the roof glass with ventilation still available.
it is truly the best choice in convertibles and when the top is up and your on the highway so quiet you think you are in a hardtop.
you have to drive it to understand that the trade off is a beautiful panoramic experience through the roof glass with ventilation still available.
the back panel window really cuts down on both noise and turbulence.
i paid $90k+, includes: conv, auto, sports pckg, head-up display is an absolutely stupid option, convenience key is not necessary and hd radio that never worked right; dealer said it works best in the city but not in the suburbs where i live, thx and heat
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
there is no question that the backseat is next to useless but i intend to use this car as a two-seater any way.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
and the headsup display is invaluable - what a car.
i paid $90k+, includes: conv, auto, sports pckg, head-up display is an absolutely stupid option, convenience key is not necessary and hd radio that never worked right; dealer said it works best in the city but not in the suburbs where i live, thx and heat
the speed is their the look is their the reliability is there it is just and overall perfect car i put on some 21" chrome bmw rims and everyone looks when i drive by its the best car bmw makes
ample power and acceleration through all gears although could be quicker off the line.
first gear buries the tach a little too fast but you get use to the quick shift to second.
i do miss the 4-speed shifting, but the sport mode while in the manual shift mode makes up for the need to clutch.
the vehicle is also prone to severe lunges when driving in m1 (such as you might in a parking garage looking for a spot or while moving forward in a metered freeway on ramp) and to a lesser extent in automatic.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
the bmw dealer told me if i don't drive it at least one day a week for an hour the battery will die.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
even though i was babying the engine for the 1200 mile break-in period, i was still amazed at the power and performance even though the rpms didn't exceed 4500.
the car is whisper quiet at all speeds, handles amazingly well, and accelerates effortlessly from any speed to any speed.
acceleration is awsome.
bmw states the problem is with the software-it thinks the engine is stalling and the computer gives the engine throttle.
reliability is an issue - right now i need to take the car to the shop to get the engine gaskets replaced, the intermittent pdc failure analyzed, the trunk lock sensor fixed so that i can open it with the remote, the brake fluid flushed, the interior filt
driving this bmw is a great experience each time i start the engine, except for the ipod screen warning that comes up everytime.
they want me to do alignment and put new set of tires at 22000 miles at my expense!
the manual transmission is very disappointing.
you press on the throttle a couple of times and you realized that you've been smiling like an idiot.
this car has great performance and the used prices are good for most budgets.
i added the sport package, upgraded sound system and 21" chrome wheels.
reliability is an issue - right now i need to take the car to the shop to get the engine gaskets replaced, the intermittent pdc failure analyzed, the trunk lock sensor fixed so that i can open it with the remote, the brake fluid flushed, the interior filt
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
i ordered the saddle color seats.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
there is no question that the backseat is next to useless but i intend to use this car as a two-seater any way.
while the regular 6-series receives new, lower front air intakes that are painfully reminiscent of mercedes-amg, the m6 keeps its previous "jetfighter" look intact, complete with an appropriately jet-styled central front air intake and its host of subtle
glove box is small, center console storage is small.
this is my 3rd bmw; i have a 01-740i and a 05-330cic; both are great but the 650 at this price level is a disappointment, not only in lack of hp but in technology/computer etc.
this brings out the full metallic or standard colors in a beautiful way.
the acceleration, whether starting from a stop or at 100 mph, pulls you into the back of your seat.
i feel very safe in it, although the a-pillar obscures a bit.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
seven starts drains the battery.
beautiful lines, classy interior, and the idrive isn't at all that hard to use once i spent some time with it.
glove box is small, center console storage is small.
the only problem i have had is the navigation has been occasionally acting up, saying "can't read disc" i'm scheduled to take it in next week so hope it's an easy correction.
lexus, take note: when you hard steer into a corner, the tires don't even while a bit.
fantastic performance.
now thinking about the m6, but that may be too much power.
inside, top-notch bmw build quality is present throughout.quality materials make the bmw m6 an extremely desirable cruiserthanks to a selection of driving modes, adjustable through the cars on-board computer, the driver can alter things like the suspensio
the only problem i have had is the navigation has been occasionally acting up, saying "can't read disc" i'm scheduled to take it in next week so hope it's an easy correction.
for a vehicle of this size, it handles and corners amazingly well.
owner's manual(s) don't even fit in the glove box.
this is not a sports car.
in but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream pros exceptionally powerful responsive automated manual impeccably trimmed interior with widely adjustable front cons feels big and heavy on tight cramped rear
it has plenty of power and very stable handling.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
it has more power than we can use on most california highways.
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
reliability is an issue - right now i need to take the car to the shop to get the engine gaskets replaced, the intermittent pdc failure analyzed, the trunk lock sensor fixed so that i can open it with the remote, the brake fluid flushed, the interior filt
performance is outstanding!
the speed is their the look is their the reliability is there it is just and overall perfect car i put on some 21" chrome bmw rims and everyone looks when i drive by its the best car bmw makes
first gear buries the tach a little too fast but you get use to the quick shift to second.
the back panel window really cuts down on both noise and turbulence.
im been an bmw enthusiast for years but the dealer can't fix the wear of the rear tires on the inside.
driving this bmw is a great experience each time i start the engine, except for the ipod screen warning that comes up everytime.
the idrive is simple once you read the manual.
very refined, comfortable and easy to gain speed.
i bought the convertible three weeks ago and after 1500 miles i have to say that this is one sweet and powerful performance machine.
the best display of power is between 60 and 100 mph.
finally, though i have to acknowledge it to work the radio, ect.
inside, top-notch bmw build quality is present throughout.quality materials make the bmw m6 an extremely desirable cruiserthanks to a selection of driving modes, adjustable through the cars on-board computer, the driver can alter things like the suspensio
for the size of the car, when i am driving it, it feels like a comfortable coupe, excellent driving behavior and surprisingly good on gas (25 mpg hwy at 80 mph average).
handling is superb especially in sport mode.
you have to drive it to understand that the trade off is a beautiful panoramic experience through the roof glass with ventilation still available.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
the speed is their the look is their the reliability is there it is just and overall perfect car i put on some 21" chrome bmw rims and everyone looks when i drive by its the best car bmw makes
bringing this car to the us will be a sin as one cannot fully appreciate the power and excitement that this car delivers.
i just love my beast for power and style.
the car grips the road at top speed (157 mph), around corners, or even on wet surfaces.
ample power and acceleration through all gears although could be quicker off the line.
there is also an m sport package with even more upscale interior and exterior accents for extra bling.actually, light doesnt even begin to describe the changes bmw has made to the m6 for 2015.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
the exhaust rumble make you want to drive it.
got an '08 sapphire black convertible with saddle leather.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
the stereo and blue tooth phone systems are outstanding.
it had some years on it but we figured it would get several years of only normal maintenance type services and not need to worry about major mechanical or electric problem because of it's low mileage and series.
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
the styling is gorgeous, great performance, superb handling and decent mileage for a v8!
the materials are top notch, while everything from the heating controls to the steering feel solid and well built.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
only complaint is that the rear speakers seem to be under amped and some navigational clumsiness between idrive commands.
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
this is not a sports car.
even though i was babying the engine for the 1200 mile break-in period, i was still amazed at the power and performance even though the rpms didn't exceed 4500.
in but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream pros exceptionally powerful responsive automated manual impeccably trimmed interior with widely adjustable front cons feels big and heavy on tight cramped rear
reliability is an issue - right now i need to take the car to the shop to get the engine gaskets replaced, the intermittent pdc failure analyzed, the trunk lock sensor fixed so that i can open it with the remote, the brake fluid flushed, the interior filt
one downside, the back seat could use more headroom and space.
lexus, take note: when you hard steer into a corner, the tires don't even while a bit.
extremely responsive steering and brakes.
if you want a big back seat buy a 7 series.
in but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream pros exceptionally powerful responsive automated manual impeccably trimmed interior with widely adjustable front cons feels big and heavy on tight cramped rear
the stereo and blue tooth phone systems are outstanding.
i do miss the 4-speed shifting, but the sport mode while in the manual shift mode makes up for the need to clutch.
take 1 drive in this puppy, and you will realize why they call it the ultimate driving machine.
drives like a dream, tremendous pick-up, wonderful sight lines.
after my 4-years with the sc430 from lexus, i was unhappy with its soft steering - heard the purr of the 650's engine and fell in love - at last the muscle car i could not afford as a teenager, with the class that comes with maturity (ok agreed - if i was
bmw states the problem is with the software-it thinks the engine is stalling and the computer gives the engine throttle.
the 650 has what bmw calls an "inherent characteristic."
the car grips the road at top speed (157 mph), around corners, or even on wet surfaces.
the car drives like a dream, it never seems to run out of power.
bmw states the problem is with the software-it thinks the engine is stalling and the computer gives the engine throttle.
the car has enough "sporty-ness" to feel like a performance car, but without the harshness or diminutive stature of so many other "sports cars" (i'm 6'3" and 250 lbs).
acceleration and handling is great, so is the sports suspension.
find a loop and keep pushing against the curb -never touch the brakes- and you'll feel like you are ready for nascar.
to top it off the ride is compliant, the seats are the most comfortable i have ever encountered, the logic 7 sound system is amazing - even at super legal speeds with the top down.
imagine your head bobbing back and forth like a doll on the dashboard.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
i could have gotten a better car for $90k or a great car at a much lower price but not $90k+ for 360 hp.
this car handles incredibly and offers a very quiet interior ride compared to many convertibles.
the materials are top notch, while everything from the heating controls to the steering feel solid and well built.
inside, top-notch bmw build quality is present throughout.quality materials make the bmw m6 an extremely desirable cruiserthanks to a selection of driving modes, adjustable through the cars on-board computer, the driver can alter things like the suspensio
other than that, she runs ok but the engine isn't that amazing considering it's a v8 (should have much more grunts and ponies).
it has a perfect balance of performance, luxury and comfort.
i also like the throaty sound, especially in sports mode.
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
i have had it to the dealer on at least five separate occasions, it works for a while and then the sensor shows the top is not closed properly.
acceleration, handling and cornering couldn't be finer.
having owned bmws over the years, i love and expect the superior quality, safety and performance these cars always provide.
eats a lot of gas, the backseat is for looks not for passengers.
economical, fast, brilliant handling, stylish, practical, great sound system, reliable.
the microphones for the phones are junk.
6 speed is out of this world.
my car has been giving me a lot of headache with the operation of the roof; it stops working without previous notice and not even the bmw guys know why is that.
the navigation system is worse.
reliability is an issue - right now i need to take the car to the shop to get the engine gaskets replaced, the intermittent pdc failure analyzed, the trunk lock sensor fixed so that i can open it with the remote, the brake fluid flushed, the interior filt
it is an overpriced "sporty" sedan.
i always liked it generally, but could not imagine a car at this price without an opening sunroof.
the brake light previously near the back window is now integrated into the deck lid.
reliability is an issue - right now i need to take the car to the shop to get the engine gaskets replaced, the intermittent pdc failure analyzed, the trunk lock sensor fixed so that i can open it with the remote, the brake fluid flushed, the interior filt
in less than a day, my phone was working with bt, i was using voice commands and the navigation system.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
what a great car handling and power are incredible.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
owner's manual(s) don't even fit in the glove box.
the car has enough "sporty-ness" to feel like a performance car, but without the harshness or diminutive stature of so many other "sports cars" (i'm 6'3" and 250 lbs).
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
depress the traction control and activate the sport button and the car takes off likes hell on wheels.
the trunk area, which i always saw as ugly bangle bungling, is subtly changed and now much more acceptable to me.
i am a small person so was concerned about the size of the car (i am 5'8") i got the fully loaded sport with every available option and got a fantastic deal.
i always liked it generally, but could not imagine a car at this price without an opening sunroof.
if you drive in "manual" shift mode the vehicle is prone to stuttering when coming to a stop.
i have had it to the dealer on at least five separate occasions, it works for a while and then the sensor shows the top is not closed properly.
the performance is stellar, the handling amazing.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
this allows total control over how the car behaves and thus the level of comfort or sportiness.the softest settings make the m6 a capable long-distance cruiser, while the quiet interior and soft-but-supportive leather seats make the flagship bmw 6 series
my car has been giving me a lot of headache with the operation of the roof; it stops working without previous notice and not even the bmw guys know why is that.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
i purchased the sport model and the back seat isn't a problem.
extreme luxury, awsome handle, superb sports performance, plus the wow!
the best display of power is between 60 and 100 mph.
driving this bmw is a great experience each time i start the engine, except for the ipod screen warning that comes up everytime.
other than that, she runs ok but the engine isn't that amazing considering it's a v8 (should have much more grunts and ponies).
having owned bmws over the years, i love and expect the superior quality, safety and performance these cars always provide.
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
great road handling, great pick-up speed, great sound system and a car that receives a lot of "double takes".
the brake light previously near the back window is now integrated into the deck lid.
this car is just an extreme pleasure to drive, the handling, acceleration and features far exceeds the my other luxury coupe test drives.
the only problem i have had is the navigation has been occasionally acting up, saying "can't read disc" i'm scheduled to take it in next week so hope it's an easy correction.
great road handling, great pick-up speed, great sound system and a car that receives a lot of "double takes".
the sports mode is a bit jerky at times, but darn quick off the line (the normal mode, which my wife dubs 'the macher mode,' is far less responsive to the pedal stomp yet very smooth).
bmw states the problem is with the software-it thinks the engine is stalling and the computer gives the engine throttle.
in but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream pros exceptionally powerful responsive automated manual impeccably trimmed interior with widely adjustable front cons feels big and heavy on tight cramped rear
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
reliability is an issue - right now i need to take the car to the shop to get the engine gaskets replaced, the intermittent pdc failure analyzed, the trunk lock sensor fixed so that i can open it with the remote, the brake fluid flushed, the interior filt
this is a sexy car that flies, turns and brakes on command.
reliability is an issue - right now i need to take the car to the shop to get the engine gaskets replaced, the intermittent pdc failure analyzed, the trunk lock sensor fixed so that i can open it with the remote, the brake fluid flushed, the interior filt
depress the traction control and activate the sport button and the car takes off likes hell on wheels.
it has a perfect balance of performance, luxury and comfort.
extreme luxury, awsome handle, superb sports performance, plus the wow!
even though i was babying the engine for the 1200 mile break-in period, i was still amazed at the power and performance even though the rpms didn't exceed 4500.
after the battery drains a couple dozen times, its time for a new battery which today cost over $500.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
ample power and acceleration through all gears although could be quicker off the line.
they want me to do alignment and put new set of tires at 22000 miles at my expense!
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
find a loop and keep pushing against the curb -never touch the brakes- and you'll feel like you are ready for nascar.
take 1 drive in this puppy, and you will realize why they call it the ultimate driving machine.
also, the competition package's engine upgrade now produces even more power.
as a coupe or convertible, the 6-series is available with either a 315-hp 3.0-liter inline-six (640i) or 445-hp 4.4-liter v-8 (650i); both engines mate to an eight-speed automatic.
the gurgle of the engine is the sweetest sound i've heard.
there is still not enough storage space inside the vehicle.
if you get a 04, it will not have bluetooth, and it will cost you over 2500 to get it retrofitted.
the sports mode is a bit jerky at times, but darn quick off the line (the normal mode, which my wife dubs 'the macher mode,' is far less responsive to the pedal stomp yet very smooth).
the exhaust rumble make you want to drive it.
acceleration and handling is great, so is the sports suspension.
the 6spd manual is terrific and the sport mode just adds a little more sports car feel.
6 speed is out of this world.
i am a small person (5'8") so was concerned about the size of the car.
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
this is a sexy car that flies, turns and brakes on command.
this brings out the full metallic or standard colors in a beautiful way.
this is my 3rd bmw; i have a 01-740i and a 05-330cic; both are great but the 650 at this price level is a disappointment, not only in lack of hp but in technology/computer etc.
inside, top-notch bmw build quality is present throughout.quality materials make the bmw m6 an extremely desirable cruiserthanks to a selection of driving modes, adjustable through the cars on-board computer, the driver can alter things like the suspensio
as for reliability and owner satisfaction, bmw finishes consistently well in the auto express driver power survey (a solid 10th out of 33 manufacturers in 2014) but itd be fair to expect greater wear and tear on an m6 than on one of bmws more mainstream m
the stereo and blue tooth phone systems are outstanding.
has all the torque you would ever need.
the complaints on the idrive are understood, but i use the voice control to access just about anything on the menu, without touching the idrive.
i took delivery of my new bmw gran coupe facelift in july 2015 and since the driving experience of 5000 kms has been a the cockpit of this merc is refined in all weather the utterly comfortable sports seats are easy to adjust but my only concern was drivi
central front air intake and its host of subtle aerodynamic the m6 is distinguishable from the standard coupe by its large alloy aggressive bodykit and flared wheel while at the rear it gets unique m6 badging and quad bmw build quality is present quality
interior noise is also better then expected.
driving this bmw is a great experience each time i start the engine, except for the ipod screen warning that comes up everytime.
driving this bmw is a great experience each time i start the engine, except for the ipod screen warning that comes up everytime.
if you drive in "manual" shift mode the vehicle is prone to stuttering when coming to a stop.
great road handling, great pick-up speed, great sound system and a car that receives a lot of "double takes".
as a coupe or convertible, the 6-series is available with either a 315-hp 3.0-liter inline-six (640i) or 445-hp 4.4-liter v-8 (650i); both engines mate to an eight-speed automatic.
the brake light previously near the back window is now integrated into the deck lid.
i'm 6'7" and the cockpit is very accommodating.
while the regular 6-series receives new, lower front air intakes that are painfully reminiscent of mercedes-amg, the m6 keeps its previous "jetfighter" look intact, complete with an appropriately jet-styled central front air intake and its host of subtle

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