With questionable styling, a less than practical four or five-seat cabin, and a steep pricetag, there are many reasons not to love the BMW X6, but for some reason the X6 remains one of those vehicles that are just begging to be driven.
And after driving the latest 2012 model, we have to agree. Power ranges from 300 to 400 horsepower but if this is still not enough you could always opt for the 555-horsepower X6 M. Yes, a dedicated M version of the X6 does exist.
However, the standard versions certainly shouldn’t be overlooked. Performance of the X6, whether we’re taking about the base 3.0-liter turbocharged in-line six-cylinder or the 4.4-liter turbocharged V-8, is strong, and very, very addictive. All models are also fitted with standard all-wheel drive.
Note, BMW is introducing a slightly facelifted version for the 2013 model year though the changes are minimal so if you can get a good deal on a 2012 model don’t feel bad that it isn’t the newest thing on...
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