2013 BMW X6 Review

The 2014 BMW X6 come with  astonishingly roomy. In the back, a central console separates the passengers, whose individual-style seats let them feel almost as sporty as the driver.The unusually generous legroom and headroom and flat floor space (with no transmission tunnel) ensure high standards of comfort on long journeys. This roominess continues in the rear of the BMW X6, where an impressive 570 litres of space can be expanded to 1,450 litres by folding down the rear seat backs. The two-seater rear bench is also available as a three-seat option. Also integrated as standard in the centre console are two drinks holders at both front and rear.

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2014 BMW X6  offers a tremendously powerful diesel engine with 280 kW (381 hp), which has been developed with the know-how of BMW M. With its unique three-stage turbocharging, it is capable of delivering a full 740 Nm of torque while, at the same time, operating highly efficiently. On average, it gets by on 7.7 l/100 km with CO2 emissions of 204 g/km. The BMW TwinPower Turbo 8-cylinder engine with two turbochargers, twin VANOS and High-Precision Injection, an outstanding 300 kW (407 hp) and a maximum torque of 600 .

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For the accelerates the BMW X6 xDrive50i from 0 to 100 km/h in just 5.4 seconds. In view of this output, the V8 petrol engine fuel consumption is surprisingly modest – with an average of 12.5 l/100 km and combined CO2 emissions of 292 g/km. The 8-speed sports automatic transmission keeps the engine in the optimum rev range, offering near-imperceptible gear changes and excellent comfort.For the features 2014 BMW X6 come with, Camera systems, BMW Head-up display, Active Cruise Control, Lane Departure warning System, Adaptive Brake Lights, Dynamic Stability Control and speed limit info.

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