Pemilik BMW X6 ini akan ditentukan secara acak dengan menggunakan BMW-number. BMW provides the X6 with a three.-litre diesel engine in three diverse energy outputs and a 4.4-litre petrol engine, with either 444 or 567bhp – although the far more powerful petrol is found in the efficiency-orientated X6 M, which is just about twice the value of the normal X6. All models come with an automatic gearbox and four-wheel drive, which BMW refers to as ‘xDrive’.
The second generation X6 was launched at the 2014 Paris Motor Show featuring a new eight-speed automatic and a slightly bigger luggage bay. The one factor to bear in mind is that due to its sporty intentions, the X6 has a firm ride – unacceptably so for some. 1 tester describes the X6 as thumping and jiggling continually over scarred asphalt” – hardly ideal for a car which is eventually designed with the intention of transporting people in comfort. Save on typical £3,600: In between January 2016 and March 2016 carwow buyers saved on typical £3,600 off the RRP of car configurations. By far the greatest seller is the 254bhp 3.-litre diesel engine in the X6 xDrive30d.
There is a base, rear-drive model powered by the similar 300-horsepower, 300-pound-foot, three.-liter turbocharged inline-six located in the all-wheel-drive X6 xDrive35i. The X6 didn’t seem in the person models section of our 2015 Driver Energy owner satisfaction survey but BMW completed 14th out of 32 in the manufacturer table, which leaves it in the top half and just behind Audi, which was in 13th spot.
Of course, the styling is definitely the most divisive feature of the BMW X6. We appreciate that looks are a subjective issue, but in profile it appears like a typical saloon car stretched upwards with photo editing application, and from any other angle it looks like someone has rolled their X5. Upgrading to M Sport costs about £5,000 andsees the alloy wheels grow from 19 to 20-inches, and also gets you adjustable suspension, energy-adjustable seats, a host of interior trim upgrades and a sporty bodykit. You can acquire the optional BMW Service Inclusive package that lasts for five years or 50,000 miles – all for a fixed initial payment.
The direct-injection, 4.four litre, twin-turbo V8 will get this X6 to an electronically restricted 155mph, hitting 60 in 5.4secs on its way there. BMW ActiveHybrid technology offers the driver three considerable alternatives: to drive under electric power alone, to use the energy of the combustion engine, or to benefit from the mixture of both drive modes for quick periods of maximum acceleration, making use of the 485 hp maximum.
BMW has developed the TwinPower turbo technology engines to deliver maximum output in reduced fuel consumption and carbon emissions. Prices differ, but the variety-topping diesel X6 M50d fees £1,000 for Service Inclusive and £2,740 for Service Inclusive Plus. The variety-topping X6 M is even far more costly to run: it has a claimed economy figure of about 25mpg, and is liable for major £515 price road tax. The only downside is the stiff suspension that tends to make it much less comfortable than other (already stiff-riding) X6 models.