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Used BMW X6 SUVs

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

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 What's new for 2013? 
2013 BMW X6

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 What's new for 2012? 
2012 BMW X6

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.

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2010 BMW X6 What's new for 2010? 
2010 BMW X6

For 2010, the BMW X6 receives a power rear tailgate and HD Radio. New options include Automatic High Beam headlamps and a top view perspective for the rear backup camera. The available navigation system features an 8.8-inch high resolution screen and an 80GB media server. A hybrid model and M high-performance trim join the line.

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2009 BMW X6 What's new for 2009? 
2009 BMW X6

For 2009, the BMW X6 carries over largely unchanged. However, it does see some adjustments to its equipment packages, with the automatic tailgate added to the Premium Package and heated rear seats now included in the Cold Weather Package.

About BMW X6

2014 marks the final year for this version of the popular BMW X6 – an all-new model is scheduled to debut in 2015. Not that the current X6 is tired or outdated in any way. Far from it. The X6's SUV classification should be taken with a grain of salt, however, as it's not terribly well suited for off-roading and its raked rear end negates what could be a useful cargo bay. But, if you're an urban dweller who prefers performance to practicality, BMW's 2014 X6 has much to offer. Standard all-wheel drive graces a lineup comprising three distinct trims, including a 555-horsepower twin-turbocharged M model. You can wait for the all-new 2015, or land a 2014 now, either way we think you'll be quite happy with your purchase.