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BMW X6 Review
BMW introduced a niche body style with the introduction of the all-new X6 back in 2007. BMW called it “Sports Activity Coupe” and the coupe-crossover body style quickly caught on given the popularity of high riding vehicle lately....read full review
BMW introduced a niche body style with the introduction of the all-new X6 back in 2007. BMW called it “Sports Activity Coupe” and the coupe-crossover body style quickly caught on given the popularity of high riding vehicle lately. The Bavarian carmaker introduced the second-generation X6 (codenamed F16) with a new platform, new styling and a slightly more practical package. In India, the X6 was sold in the xDrive40d M Sport and the top-spec maniacal X6M guise but at the 2018 Auto Expo, the 35i M Sport guise also joined in as an entry-level model.
The new X6 gets a sharp new adaptive LED headlamps. The tail lights are also LED with a new design signature. The update retains the iconic sloping roofline set by the first generation while the crossover-coupe wears aggressive body lines and creases for an imposing presence. The 19-inch wheels are standard which can be upgraded to M-spec 20-inches. The large air intakes up front, chrome surround exhaust tips and sporty colour options make the X6 a very stylish looking SUV.
Being a luxury SUV, The X6 is as much about comfort as it is about performance. The cabin is typical BMW with a functional dash dominated by a large floating infotainment screen. All the connectivity features are available with the new BMW ConnectedDrive system. Other creature comforts such as two-zone climate control, electrically adjustable sunroof, leather upholstery along with electrically adjustable steering column, ORVMS are all available a standard fitment. It is also filled to the brim with driver aids and safety features.
Powering the entry-level 35i M Sport variant is a 3.0-litre inline-six petrol engine with 300bhp and 400Nm with an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. The xDrive40d has a 3.0-litre turbodiesel under the hood producing 313bhp and 630Nm. The full-blown X6M gets the M-Division’s 4.4-litre V8 punching out 575bhp and a neck-breaking 750Nm of torque.
The X6 goes up against the likes of the Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe, Range Rover Velar and the entry-level Range Rover Sport SDV6 S or the Porsche Cayenne S and Macan Turbo in its class of expensive SUVs.
BMW X6 Colours
X6 is available/sold in the following colours in India.
Flamenco Red Brillant Effect
Sparkling Storm Brilliant Effect
Sophisto Grey Brilliant Effect
Pearl Silver metallic
Pyrite Brown metallic
Ruby Black metallic
Azurite Black metallic
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