BMW increases the standard spec of its big two-door
14 August 2009

BMW has confirmed it will be launch a revised 6-series range for September, increasing the amount of equipment offered as standard.

The engine range remains unchanged, but all engines are now available with SE, Sport and M Sport specification.

Extra kit added as standard across the range includes a multimedia navigation system, a professional radio, BMW’s ConnectedDrive online and assist functions, Bluetooth telephone syncing, and a voice control system.

A five-year or 60,000-mile service package will also be standard on all 6-series models, except for M derivatives.

Prices for the range start at £53,710 for the 630i SE Coupe and £59,400 for a 630i SE Convertible.

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Our Verdict

BMW 6 Series coupé
The 6 Series shares its plaform with models as diverse as the 5 Series and Rolls-Royce Ghost

The BMW 6 Series is a superbly accomplished car, unless you’re a driving enthusiast

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