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  • Shak

    When will they unbangle this car???

  • Alex

    Hmm, let’s not start a design argument. I’ve come to quite like the 6 Series personally, but why haven’t they brought the 630i or 635d to Australia? Don’t they realise that if they want to actually sell some they need to cost about $80,000 less than that? I don’t mean that they should make the 650i cheaper, it’s worth the money, but they need a smaller but as impressive engine. In other words, the 630i.

  • Al Juraj

    It’s anything but sporty. The chassis is 5-Series based and results to a big coupe that is no 911 rival. This, like the X6 and 5-Series GT, is among the useless BMW models. The soft-top convertible is also a class down over the 3-Series which has a folding metal roof. What they should build is a smaller 2-door that sits above the Z4 available in all the brilliant turbo engines up until the 5-litre V10 in the M5. They could also come up with a 7-seater that rides lower than the X5 and can be had with 4WD for better all-round ability for the family.

    The 6-Series’ controversial styling and being less practical are hard to justify over a 5-Series, which costs significantly less and pretty much does the same thing.

    • s5driver

      how about the M6?

    • Alex

      So this is a class down over the 3 Series because it doesn’t have a stupid metal roof? You obviously have no idea. A folding metal roof doesn’t make a car better. Going by that logic a Megane CC is a better car than a DB9 Volante.
      Of course this is no 911 competitor; it’s a GT, not a super car. And it is very sporty. It handles brilliantly for such a large car and it’s really quite nimble once you get going. And when you write that they should come up with a low riding seven seater with four wheel drive, don’t you just mean a BMW R Class? The Mercedes R Class has done absolutely terribly in sales. Even the Americans don’t want it, so why would BMW make one?
      Do you have any idea at all?

      BMWs are about the drive, not the practicality and despite you calling the 5 Series GT and the X6 useless, they still offer excellent drives. I can say that with experience when it comes to the X6 and the 5 Series GT is getting excellent reviews.

      • 4:20 All Day

        You took the words right out of my mouth. Like the styling or not, the 6 series is still an excellent drive.

  • UMWAHT

    do i see a manual transmission????????

BMW 6 Series Specs

Car Details
Make
BMW
Model
6
Variant
33 CSi
Year
1977
Body Type
2D COUPE
Seats
4
Engine Specifications
Engine Type
ELECTRONIC F/INJ
Engine Size
3.2L
Cylinders
INLINE 6
Max. Torque
290Nm @  0rpm
Max. Power
147kW @  0rpm
Pwr:Wgt Ratio
98.7W/kg
Bore & Stroke
89x86mm
Compression Ratio
9.0
Valve Gear
OVERHEAD CAM
Drivetrain Specifications
Transmission
3 SP AUTOMATIC
Drive Type
REAR WHEEL DRIVE
Final Drive Ratio
3.25
Fuel Specifications
Fuel Type
LEADED PETROL
Fuel Tank Capacity
70
Fuel Consumption (Combined)
Not Provided
Weight & Measurement
Kerb Weight
1490
Gross Vehicle Weight
Not Provided
Height
1365mm
Length
4755mm
Width
1725mm
Ground Clearance
140mm
Towing Capacity
Brake:1800  Unbrake:0
Steering & Suspension
Steering Type
BALL - POWER ASSISTED
Turning Circle
11.2
Front Rim Size
6Jx14
Rear Rim Size
6Jx14
Wheel Base
2626
Front Track
1422
Rear Track
1487
Front Brakes
DISC
Rear Brakes
DISC
Other
Service Interval
0 months /  0,000 kms
Warranty
12 months /  999,000 kms
VIN Plate Location
NA
Country of Origin
GERMANY