BMW Crossovers Guide

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BMW X6

Year: Starting at $59,800 MPG 16-23 When it comes to the X6’s styling, the word “distinctive” is used. This unusual cross between a coupe and station wagon is also “interesting” and “different.” It squints at you from a wide and bold face. Creases in the hood emphasize the potential lying below with subtlety. At the very least, the X6 offers a turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder making 300 horsepower in the X6 xDrive35i. The turbocharged V8 is available in 400- and 550-horsepower versions with the X6 xDrive50i and the X6 M. Whereas the BMW X5, upon which the X6 is based, is unabashedly a sporty SUV, and the two vehicles share the same 6000-pound towing capacity, the X6 never aspires to carry the entire crew: the car seats five, but the second row’s middle position gives new meaning to the phrase “in a pinch.” With an all-wheel-drive system that can favor the outside wheels in a corner for surer grip, the X6 handles better than you might think. The sloping roofline and high-waisted body combine to make it hard for the driver to see all around, so the backup camera and available blind-spot detection are essential survival items. …
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