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Standard specification

Driver Convenience

20GB Hard driveBMW apps interface
BMW emergency callBMW Online services
BMW remote servicesBMW teleservices
Check control systemDigital cockpit
Enhanced bluetooth with wireless chargingFront/rear Parking distance control
iDrive controller and display with 10.2" monitorLuggage compartment release button in drivers A pillar
Luggage compartment with electric unlocking via key remote controlMMI - Multi Media Interface control system
Navigation System Professional MultimediaOn board computer
On board diagnosticsOutside temperature display
Personal ProfileReal time traffic information
Service interval indicatorStop/start button
Wifi hotspot preparation 

Entertainment

Auxiliary point for auxiliary devicesBMW professional radio/DVD/MP3
DAB Digital radio 

Exterior Features

Auto dimming rear view mirrorBody colour door handles
Body coloured bumpersBody coloured door mirrors
Body coloured side sillsChrome kidney grille with chrome trimmed black vertical slats
Dark chrome rear bumper insertsDoor mirror integrated indicators
Dual dark chrome exhaust tailpipesElectric + heated aspheric door mirrors
Electric folding and auto dimming door mirrorsElectric front and rear windows with fingertip open/close + anti-trap all round
Fogging sensor for front windscreenGreen tinted heat insulating glass
Headlight washer jetsHeated windscreen washer jets
High gloss black front fog light surroundLED fog lights
M aerodynamic bodystylingRain sensor with auto light activation system

Interior Features

12V power socket in centre console12V socket in rear centre console
3 Spoke M sports leather steering wheelAmbient interior lighting
Anthracite Velour floor matsCupholders in centre console
Dual zone automatic air conditioningElectric front seats with memory
Electric reach + rake adjustable steering columnElectric steering column with memory
Front centre armrest with storage compartmentFront courtesy lights
Front footwell lightsFront reading light
Gear shift indicatorHeated front seats
Illuminated glovebox with lockIsofix rear child seat preparation
Multi function steering wheelPassenger footwell storage net
Rear seat easy entrySecuring rings in luggage compartment
Storage net in luggage compartmentStorage pockets in backrests of front seats
Sunvisors with illuminated vanity mirrorsTool kit

Safety

2 rear 3 point safety beltsABS/EBD
Automatic Stability Control (ASC)Black brake calipers
CBC - (Cornering brake control)Crash Sensor - activates hazard/interior lighting + unlocks doors
Driver/front passenger side airbagsDriver/Passenger airbags (Impact dependent)
DSC+Dynamic brake control
Dynamic safetyDynamic Traction Control - DTC
Electromechanical parking brakeFront head restraints with anti-whiplash
Front passenger airbag deactivationFuel cut off safety device
Hill start assistInertia reel front seatbelts+pretensioners
Occupancy sensor for passenger seatSide impact protection
Two inertia reel rear seatbeltsTyre pressure monitoring system
Warning triangle and first aid kit 

Security

Engine immobiliserKeyless ignition
Locking wheel boltsRemote central locking - doors and fuel cap
Remote control Thatcham category 1 alarm 

Technical

Diesel particulate filterDrive Performance Control
Sports function on gearbox with steering wheel mounted gearshift paddles 

Trim

Leather instrument panel 

Wheels

Run flat tyres
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Technical specification

Emissions

CO2 (g/km)147Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 6

Engine and Drive Train

CamshaftDOHCCatalytic ConvertorTrue
CC2993Compression Ratio16.5:1
Cylinder LayoutIN-LINECylinders6
Cylinders - Bore (mm)84Cylinders - Stroke (mm)90
Engine CodeN57D30T1Engine LayoutNORTH SOUTH
Fuel DeliveryCOMMON RAILGears8 SPEED
Number of Valves24TransmissionSEMI-AUTO

Fuel Consumption

EC Combined (mpg)51.4EC Directive 1999/100/EC AppliesTrue
EC Extra Urban (mpg)55.4EC Urban (mpg)44.8

General

Badge Engine CC3.0Badge Power313
Coin DescriptiondCoin SeriesM Sport
Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 0750EService Interval Frequency - Months24
Service Interval Mileage18000Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage999999
Standard manufacturers warranty - Years3Vehicle Homologation ClassM1

Performance

0 to 62 mph (secs)5.3Engine Power - BHP313
Engine Power - KW230Engine Power - PSTrue
Engine Power - RPM4400Engine Torque - LBS.FT465
Engine Torque - MKG64Engine Torque - NM630
Engine Torque - RPM1500Top Speed155

Tyres

Alloys?TrueTyre Size Front245/40 R19
Tyre Size Rear275/35 R19Tyre Size SpareRUN FLAT TYRES
Wheel StyleM DOUBLE SPOKEWheel Type19" ALLOY

Vehicle Dimensions

Height1369Length4894
Wheelbase2855Width1894
Width (including mirrors)2090 

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)70Gross Vehicle Weight2225
Luggage Capacity (Seats Up)460Max. Loading Weight485
Minimum Kerbweight1740No. of Seats4
Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb11.7
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Independent review

Review courtesy of Car and Driving

BMW 6 Series Coupe

By Andy Enright

Introduction

For four decades, the BMW 6 Series has built upon a performance coupe heritage that for the Munich maker, now stretches back over seventy years. Cars like the classic BMW 3.0 CSL were amongst those that in race trim established this German brand as a force to be reckoned with across race tracks the world over. In road form, their emphasis was a little different, with most models aimed more at Grand Touring than Grand opposite-locking gestures. M versions were provided for lead foots, but the majority of buyers were more likely to be setting off for a wine tour around Burgundy than a lap of the Nurburgring. That was certainly the way of things with the second generation version, launched in here 2003 and it's an approach that was further refined by its successor, the third generation 6 Series - or F13 coupe - launched in 2011. This car looks more dynamic, with styling in this form that looks arguably more elegant than that you get in the mechanically identical Convertible model. More importantly perhaps, it can claim to be a proper sports car, providing you press the right buttons and tick the right options. This is thanks to a whole phalanx of high technology provided to sharpen the driving experience on offer as and when owners feel it to be necessary thanks to the standard Drive Dynamic Control system and the optional Adaptive Drive and Active Steering features. An evolutionary approach perhaps, but an impressively thorough one. But does it stack up as a used proposition?

History

Second-guessing BMW is always a risky tactic. The German giant often embarks upon directions that at first seem baffling but usually prove profitable. Either the market eventually warms to the idea or BMW has a better-clarified vision of latent wants and needs than us. We suspect the answer might be a bit of both, supplemented by a fiendishly smart promotional machine. The BMW 6 Series coupe, launched back in 2000, was not a car that found instant favour. Unlike the lithe and lovely Seventies predecessor, the second generation Six was bullish, complex and effective, but never a vehicle that was so endearing that the normal rules of car buying were suspended. It was a Grand Tourer that prioritised destination over journey. The third generation car of 2011 adopted an evolutionary approach, improving each objective attribute while massaging away the egotistical excesses of Chris Bangle's styling work in the older MK2 version. The result was a sleeker, more cohesive product. It's a big coupe that doesn't crave cheap attention and to many, that will be instantly attractive. When the MK3 6 Series Coupe first rolled into dealers, buyers got a choice between the 4.4-litre 407PS 650i flagship and a 320PS 640i with petrol engines, plus the 313PS 640d, powered by a 3.0-litre turbodiesel, which BMW dubbed 'the world's sportiest diesel engine'. The powerhouse M6 appeared at the 2012 Goodwood Festival of Speed and instantly attracted a slew of orders, buyers keen to get the ultimate 560PS Six. Those that did enjoyed that accolade for just one year before BMW introduced an even more powerful version, the M6 with Competition Package, good for 575PS. The good news for existing M6 owners was that they could pay BMW £6,500 to have their cars upgraded to the more aggressive specification.

What You Get

Many found the styling of this car's predecessor to be a little heavy-handed: imposing perhaps, but never beautiful. This 3rd generation model is much easier on the eye, arguably in fact more shapely than its Convertible stablemate. Longer, lower and wider, it's larger in every dimension than the model it replaced, the only exception being height: it sits half a cm lower to the ground. Yet despite the extra bulk, designer Nader Faghihzadeh has still managed to create a lithe, agile look apparently inspired by the feeling of surging through water. Imagine the movement of waves sent out by the bow of a powerful motorboat and you're supposed to be able to relate the impression to these harmoniously curved surfaces, from the long sweeping aluminium bonnet with its distinctive 'shark nose' past the frameless doors and on through to the muscular wheelarches. At the rear, BMW aficionados will recognise the V8 650i by its switch from these circular tailpipes to trapezoidal-shaped ones. At the wheel, the gorgeous interior with its fastidious attention to detail is very difficult to fault and is especially nice if you've specified the expensive option of a leather finish for the instrument panel that dials the cabin ambiance up a few notches. The interior design is based around what BMW calls a 'twin cockpit' approach, intended to feel like an upmarket powerboat. The dash is dominated by a large colour screen and the instruments are canted carefully towards the driver, though many of them are recognisable from the brand's cheaper models. To reduce button clutter, most of the functions and features are taken care of by the infamous iDrive system, here much easier to use, despite many functions and menus. And in the rear? Well the seats in the back are restricted in size of course but they do benefit from this model's extra 74mm of body length and 39mm of extra width to the point where they're significantly bigger than those provided by rivals and perfectly comfortable for children and adults on short journeys. They could be easier to get into though, despite an Easy Entry function which electrically slides them back and forward. The boot too, is decently sized for the class at 460-litres - that's 130-litres bigger than a Jaguar XK. BMW betrays the target market by letting on that this is enough to hold three 46-inch golf bags. More relevantly perhaps, you'll be able to fit in two medium-sized hard-shell cases, plus a flight case.

What to Look For

No significant problems have yet to be reported with the F13 6 Series, although minor niggles such as blown LED lights have been reported. Be aware that the desirability of the car is very dependent on colour choice. Stick to safe silver, graphite or black and you shouldn't go too far wrong but some of the more colourful hues won't be so easy to sell on. Check the electronic functions work as some of these can be a very expensive fix. Also check the tyres for signs of uneven wear and make sure that if somebody tells you they've added the Competition Package upgrades to their M6 that you see convincing documentary evidence.

Replacement Parts

(approx prices based on a 2013 650i ex VAT) An exchange starter motor retails at around £245 while a windscreen will set you back around £350. Expect to fork out £475 for an exchange alternator while front brake pads costs a hefty £150. An entire headlamp pod will relieve you of £375. Replacement xenon bulbs are £99 a pair.

On the Road

Spend serious money on a luxury high performance coupe of this kind and you've a right to want it to feel special behind the wheel. Thunk shut the door, then settle back into the beautifully appointed driving position and this one does. Fire the engine and there's a purposeful burble from whichever of the six or eight cylinder engines you've had installed upfront. If the journey you have ahead of you is a short one, it's almost a disappointment: few cars would be better than this one at a length cross-continental dash. Most used buyers will want the variant that almost all UK 6 Series Coupe buyers originally choose, the 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged six cylinder 640d. You might think the fact that this is a diesel would tell you everything necessary about the performance priorities of this model's target market. Perhaps, but this is quite a diesel. The 313PS engine is hugely torquey, with more than enough pulling power - 630Nm - to make unnecessary as many as eight ratios in the Steptronic automatic gearbox, but BMW has provided them anyway, along with a set of paddle-shifters behind the steering wheel for when your favourite secondary road opens up and you can access performance that'll catapult you to 60 from rest in a Porsche-worrying 5.5s. B road dawdlers are dispatched with disdain and flat out, the engine has to be artificially reined in at 155mph. For those less bothered about benefit-in-kind taxation and the like, there are two mainstream petrol options, the 320PS six cylinder 640i that delivers similar performance to the diesel. And a potent 407PS 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 which demolishes the 0-60mph sprint half a second quicker than its direct Jaguar XK and Mercedes SL rivals in just 4.9s. So any 6 Series Coupe is fast: well you expected it would be. What might be more of a surprise is how adroitly this car is capable of tackling the twisty stuff. It's on this kind of tarmac that you'll be tempted to start playing with the standard Drive Dynamic Control system, which allows you to choose how responsive you want the gearbox, steering and throttle response to be. So if you want to push on, you can use a rocker switch by the gear lever to move from 'Normal' to 'Sport' mode. The throttle then sharpens, the steering tightens and the gearbox revs a little longer in each ratio. Not enough? Well, if you've a really challenging road ahead, a further prod on the rocker reveals a third 'Sport +' setting where things are sharper still and the stability and traction control systems allow more wheel slip for playful cornering. Many original models were fitted with the extra cost Adaptive Drive package which adds an extra 'Comfort' mode to the rocker switch options, thanks to the way you can adjust the dampers and anti-roll bars to create a really laid-back driving set-up for long distances. Or alternatively sharpen them up by selecting one of the controller's sportier modes. Dynamic Stability Control allows an amount of slip to the rear wheels. Dynamic Stability Control allows an amount of slip to the rear wheels. After trying all the settings, we reckoned that there wasn't one with a perfect all-encompassing ride/handling balance you could leave the car in all the time - but maybe that's not the point. BMW wants its drivers to be able to set this machine to their liking on any given day to any given preference. And to be fair, whatever mode you select, there are a few constants. One of them is well regulated body roll, courtesy of a stiffer underlying structure this time round. Even so, you'll need to remember before throwing this car about that any 6 Series remains first and foremost a Grand Touring GT rather than a sports car. Or, to put it another way if it makes more sense, more a Mercedes SL than a Porsche 911. The electric power steering is further evidence of this, with a lightness not designed for enthusiasts, but you can sharpen it quite a bit with a more direct variable ratio set-up if you're prepared to pay extra for 'Integral Active Steering', a package which also includes four-wheel steer for sharper cornering turn-in.

Overall

The third-generation BMW 6 Series is a car that came good on the quiet. The lower-key styling failed to generate too much in the way of column inches, but the truth was that in MK3 guise, this model morphed into a very good car. A Mercedes-Benz SL might do the grand touring thing with more conviction and a Porsche 911 delivers a bigger sporting adrenaline hit, but if you want a car that can do both, the third generation 6 Series coupe makes a strong case for itself. The 640d diesel would be our choice, but there's something to be said for the sheer eyeball-flattening acceleration of the M6. Either way, you've a very complete luxury Grand Touring sports coupe indeed.

Performance
90%
Handling
90%
Comfort
80%
Space
80%
Styling
90%
Build
80%
Value
80%
Equipment
90%
Economy
80%
Depreciation
60%
Insurance
70%

* This vehicle is affected by the new 2017 road tax rules. Find out more

** MPG figures are obtained in laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. Please be aware they're not intended to represent real world efficiency.

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Monthly payment£565.59
Deposit£3600
Term (months)48
Fixed interest rate4.6%
Cash price£35,998
Credit amount£32,398
Completion fee£1
Guaranteed future value£13,900
Total amount payable£44,083.73
Annual mileage8000
Contract mileage32,000
Excess mileage charge8.0p per mile
Representative APR8.9%
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