(6th of 9 vehicles)
If you regard traditional 2-box SUVs as smacking of a minivan or mom-mobile, but still need some balance between people and cargo, the rear hatch and folding rear seats of the X6 provide more utility
If you seek an SUV for its practical application in hauling people and/or cargo, the 2012 X6 falls woefully short. Better, we think, to invest in a 3 Series wagon and, with the change, someone's pre-o
The X6 platform benefits from all those well-engineered chassis that went before it. And while it sits higher than a 3 Series or 5 Series sedan, a rigid body structure, all-independent suspension and xDrive all-wheel drive effectively mask its oh-so-obvious mass. In point of fact, you'll probably not take note of the X6's basic inefficiency until you stop for gasoline, where its most efficient variant – the ActiveHybrid – won't achieve 20 miles per gallon. The V8 versions are thirsty, but you have the benefit of more urgency. Drink
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By Domehead (SC) on Monday, June 17, 2013
I own this car - My approximate mileage is 7,200overall rating 10 of 10rating details
Pros: "Smile factor"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"This SAV is truly a fun car to drive not just around town but on road trips. The cargo space is 25 cubic feet which is 10 more than the 5 or 7 series. If you fold the rear seats down it increase to 50 cubic feet usable. For quick little trips around town it can hold four people without an issue. For long trips with luggage it more of a two seater. Yes the tires will cost but if you purchase this type of car you know what you are getting ahead of time for maintenance cost. 2013 x6 35i M performance package"
By Nikki (GA) on Monday, April 22, 2013
I own this car - My approximate mileage is 45,000overall rating 7 of 10rating details
Pros: "Extremely fun to drive"
Cons: "Pricey for upkeep"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 6
"If you want exclusivity, this is it. I have 2012 xDrive35i. It's nice. Bought it without even test driving it. Built it online and had it delivered to me. Rides great. The tires, yes you will pay for new tires every 6 months. If you go to BMW it's around $1500 for rear (315/20s) and $11-1300 for front (275/20s). I went to BMW Performance Center in SC and they said you can get non run flats for better price like Michelins. That's what I'll do my next set of tires. I have been told I have a heavy foot, but even my mother (who tells me to slow down) does 80 in this car automatically. Be careful with the speed. Overall, nice luxury, if you have the money otherwise just an expensive car for the drive. Easily gets dings due to construction material. Windshield gets knicks easily too. Very safe car. It earned its stripes one day I had to make a quick maneuver to avoid a bad driver going around a curve. It handled well and did not rollover. I receive many compliments from the average driver and car enthusiasts. Mine is Vermillion Red. I will get extended warranties."
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