2013 BMW 6 Series
40,917 Miles
$41,538

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2014 BMW 6 Series
33,326 Miles
$44,988

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2014 BMW 6 Series
43,001 Miles
$50,995

Urbandale, IA
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2013 BMW 6 Series
24,696 Miles
$39,888

Los Angeles, CA
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2014 BMW 6 Series
52,932 Miles
$45,888

Seattle, WA
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2014 BMW 6 Series
10,355 Miles
$60,000

Peoria, IL
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2014 BMW 6 Series
27,307 Miles
$46,888

Seattle, WA
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2014 BMW 6 Series
21,625 Miles
$57,299

Anchorage, AK
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2016 BMW 6 Series
34,245 Miles
$57,888

Berkeley, CA
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2012 BMW 6 Series
32,537 Miles
$34,988

Arlington, TX
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2015 BMW 6 Series
19,950 Miles
$52,990

New Hudson, MI
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2012 BMW 6 Series
58,550 Miles
$30,994

Burlington, MA
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2014 BMW 6 Series
36,798 Miles
$46,788

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2013 BMW 6 Series
57,412 Miles
$34,994

Fairfield, CA
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2014 BMW 6 Series
26,286 Miles
$43,191

Seaside, CA
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2014 BMW 6 Series
64,530 Miles
$38,993

Urbandale, IA
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2015 BMW 6 Series
21,378 Miles
$53,935

Madison, WI
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2014 BMW 6 Series
27,419 Miles
$53,988

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2015 BMW 6 Series
43,393 Miles
$50,495

Fuquay Varina, NC
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2014 BMW 6 Series
42,133 Miles
$42,555

St Charles, MO
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BMW 6 Series Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
3.9
Performance
4.4
Style
4.7
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.3
Maintenance
3.6

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BMW 6 Series Owner Ratings & Reviews

2000 BMW 6 Series - Love it, comfortable, practical

Dahlonega, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
I liked the looks of it, it is sporty, yet a family car, and practical. One thing I did not like is a lot of garages won’t work on it, since it is a BMW. The car’s style is unique, yet stays with the line of styles of BMW. It does not have the generic look of Japanese cars, the BMW is often copied, yet never the same. In the comfort part, it is very comfortable, you feel at ease driving it, yet it feels like a fun car. Is for room, for what I need the car for, it is plenty of room in the trunk, and inside offers lots of legroom and space. The Bmw 525 is as a lot of style and qualities about, it one of them, is they never ever break down if you take care of them and maintain them, and even if you do not, they keep going. Inside the cabin is very quiet, often too quiet, as you can start ... (more)
Title
I belong in a BMW 525 club, and we get together once a year, at one of the members homes, and camp out and barbeque, and drive around all in a convoy. We make a 3 day weekend out of the event, it is a lot of fun.
Pros
Dependable, safe, comfortable, roomy, sporty, performance, and loaded with nice features.
Cons
Not many garages will or want to work on the vehicle, tags are pricy.

2014 BMW 6 Series - Too Much Car For Even BMW To Handle

Santa Monica, California
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Maintenance
2.0
At first glance, the BMW 640i Gran Coupe looks like any other car on the road. It's not overly remarkable from outside. Inside, however, lies one of the most feature-rich sedans on the market. Simply put, the car feels like something James Bond should be driving. However, all the bells and whistles in the world can't take away from a sluggish engine that somehow still manages to hit 17 mpg on a good day, while running premium fuel.
Title
Driving through downtown Los Angeles at about 1 in the morning, I pulled up to a stoplight next to a new M3. After a bit of glancing back and forth, we decided to go for it and raced each other through the empty streets. The Gran Coupe held its own for a time.
Pros
The 640i Gran Coupe has a beautiful interior, finished in leather and wood. There are more cameras than you'll ever need, including backup, side view and even an infrared front-facing crosswalk camera. The heads-up display projected onto the windshield is extremely handy and shows speed and GPS directions. The display screen is a great asset to the car - simply put, you feel like you are driving the future of cars. I also never knew I needed a heated steering wheel until I drove this car.
Cons
Despite boasting a large engine and high horsepower, the Gran Coupe is too heavy to push any serious power. The car features paddle shift which is slow to respond. Even with all of the eco-friendly features, the car still only pulls 17 mpg on premium fuel and conservative driving.

2010 BMW 6 Series - The Next Generation

Arlington, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
The second-generation 6 Series (E63) was produced from 2003-2010, filling the hole in the lineup left since the end of the 8 Series' production. It is based on the underpinnings.
Title
Car & Driver magazine commented that it is "virtually defined the “Bangle Butt,” perhaps the industry's most obnoxious posterior.
Pros
Compared to the 5 Series saloon/touring, the 6 Series coupe/cabriolet has more emphasis on performance as opposed to practicality and it is priced close to the flagship 7 Series saloon.
Cons
Nothing