Thursday, August 19, 2010

2010 BMW M6 Overview

2010 BMW M6 Overview

A 7-speed Sequential Manual Gearbox (SMG) with steering wheel shift paddles is standard; a conventional 6-speed manual transmission is also available. Distinguishing standard features include exclusive M designed 19-inch forged alloy wheels, heated leather M sport front seats and BMW's M Drive button on the steering wheel to save and retrieve preferred driving settings.

The following is a performance-capsule review of the 2010 BMW M6.

The 2010 BMW M6 is a performance-tuned variant of the 2010 BMW 6-Series -- which earns praise for its powerful 360-horsepower engine, elegant exterior design and exquisitely finished interior cabin.

BMW, however, offers a six-speed manual transmission that more than makes up for the seven-speed's faults. The 2010 BMW M6's lack of steering feel, however, remains. The 2010 BMW M6 is available in both coupe and convertible body styles

Few super luxury sports cars have performance-tuned trims that can compete with the 2010 BMW M6's overall package. Car shoppers comparing the 2010 BMW M6 to the 2010 BMW M5 should note that the M6 costs roughly $16K more, but features much of the same performance components and figures.

Otherwise, critics love the way the "2010 BMW M6 blasts to mind-numbing speeds.
Aiding performance for the rear-wheel-drive 2010 BMW M6 is a vehicle-speed-sensitive variable-assist power steering, dubbed M Servotronic. Moreover, the 2010 BMW M6 features an independent suspension system".

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