Tuesday, September 25, 2007

2007 BMW 6 Series Review

The 2007 BMW 6 series includes the 650i Coupe (from $74,700) and the 650i Convertible (from $81,700). Both build on the BMW heritage with the coupe offering aggressive lines and a long-slung kidney-grille. The result is a compelling and dynamic sense of style and a driving experience that's pure passion. The coupe makes the zero to 60 leap in 5.3 seconds thanks to a 4.8-liter V8 and a choice of three six-speed transmissions.

The convertible capitalizes on the same good looks with a refined styling that is still bold and pleasing to the eye. The same muscular power plant pumps out 360 hp with the zero to 60 benchmark at 5.6 seconds. Active Roll Stabilization ensures dynamic and safe performance with level cornering on even the tightest curves. The top glides gracefully in place with the push of a button, mirroring the elegant lines of the 6 series coupe.

Inside look for the trademark BMW touch of luxury with Dakota leather upholstery and door trim and Ruthenium pearl-gloss interior trim in both vehicles. Front seats are eight-way power adjustable with four-way lumbar support. BMW on-board navigation with voice feedback, voice activation, and real time traffic information is an option.

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