Used BMW X6 M SUVs

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2016 BMW X6 M What's new for 2016? 
2016 BMW X6 M

With an all-new model last year, the 2016 BMW X6 gets a few around-the-edges upgrades. There's an improved Bluetooth system, and V8 models get standard 4-zone climate control. That, plus some rearranging of option packages is about the extent of the changes.

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2015 BMW X6 M What's new for 2015? 
2015 BMW X6 M

The 2015 BMW X6 enters its second generation with fresh interior and exterior design, a more powerful engine in V8 versions and the addition of a rear-wheel-drive (RWD) base model, the X6 sDrive35i. For enthusiasts seeking the biggest punch, the BMW X6 M comes packing 567 horsepower.

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2014 BMW X6 M What's new for 2014? 
2014 BMW X6 M

The BMW X6 receives a few minor changes for 2014, chiefly the addition of a universal garage door opener and a rearview mirror with a compass as standard equipment on the xDrive5.0i. The X6 M receives standard carpeted floor mats.

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2013 BMW X6 M What's new for 2013? 
2013 BMW X6 M

The 2013 BMW X6 receives a number of minor improvements including modest front and rear styling updates, more use of LEDs in the taillights and headlights and some new paint colors.

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2012 BMW X6 M What's new for 2012? 
2012 BMW X6 M

For the 2011 model year the X6 received both a new in-line-6 and 8-speed automatic transmission. The only significant addition to the 2012 BMW X6 is the availability of a split-folding rear seat, enabling three passengers to sit abreast when, of course, said seat isn't folded. This increases the X6 passenger volume by 25 percent, a nod to practicality you won't find elsewhere in the X6 architecture.

About BMW X6 M

The BMW X6 marches to the beat of its own drum, and has since it was launched in 2008. Yet the funky shape and sporty handling of this big SUV has inspired the sincerest form of flattery: the Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe. The 2016 BMW X6 rolls on with a handful of upgrades to the basic package, such as upgraded Bluetooth and 4-zone climate control in V8 models. This is not a "utility" vehicle, as the smallish rear seat and cargo area will attest. And, it's a bit on the big side to be a real performance vehicle as well. Yet it somehow succeeds at both without mastering either, an odd trick, but one that has kept buyers coming here, and in overseas markets as well.