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2020 BMW X6 M Competition review

More beast than beauty, this beefed-up SUV certainly has obvious performance chops, but its reason for being is a little less clear-cut.

2020 BMW X6 M50i review

A third-generation SUV coupe that's clearly not everyone’s cup of tea, but in initial top-of-the-line performance guise there’s no denying its raw speed, engaging dynamics nor its luxury appeal.

2016 BMW X6 30d review

Love it or hate it, the BMW X6 is always worthy of a combination. James is a fan, but Paul isn't Can they come to an agreement?

2015 BMW X6M Review

The 2015 BMW X6M might be absurdly fit, but what on earth is its purpose?

2015 BMW X5 M and X6 M Review

The monstrous BMW X5 M and X6 M twins-under-the-skin defy convention in the best kind of way...

2015 BMW X6 M Review

The BMW X6 M is a mode of transport that makes about as much sense as the current state of Australian politics. It’s not a coupe or a real SUV, yet it sits somewhere in the middle and no matter what you think of its divisive looks and bold character, it’s unbelievably fast. Even BMW admits that the original X6 was an answer to a question nobody had asked...

2015 BMW X6 Review

BMW releases the second-generation X6 crossover SUV...

BMW X6 M50d Review

First of BMW's M Performance models delivers a triple-turbo treat.

BMW X6 M Review

In many respects, the BMW X6 is impossible to classify. With respect to its dimensions, it’s an SUV, plain and simple. By Mark Hacking, Atlanta, Georgia Further proof; it’s built on the same platform as the X5, and that’s an SUV, right? However, the X6 has a coupe-like shape and BMW steadfastly refuses to refer to it as an SUV...

2009 BMW X6 Review & Road Test

Model Tested: 2009 BMW X6 xDrive50i 4.4-litre, twin-turbo V8, six-speed automatic, sport activity coupe - $146,000 (RRP) CarAdvice Rating: Words by Alborz Fallah Photography by Tristan Schoonens A few years ago when someone mentioned the idea of a sports utility vehicle being fun to drive, I'd spend hours arguing that making a sports car and making a big family "mum's car" is not a process that can be combined...

2009 BMW X6 xDrive50i Review

When BMW sent out invitations to the launch of its new X6, the Xdrive50i, I was a little sceptical about the particular drive route chosen for the vehicle in question. It wasn’t that I doubted the performance on hand, I mean as Australia’s first production vehicle to feature a twin-turbo powered V8 engine the figures on the spec sheet alone looked pretty damned impressive...

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