High-priced, high-performance cars like the M6 Gran Coupe are often not crash-tested, so there are no official safety ratings from the IIHS or NHTSA. There is, however, little reason to doubt the safety standards of this vehicle thanks to BMW's sterling safety record.
NHTSA safety ratings are not available at this time.
Although most of the driver-assist safety tech isn't standard, these can at least be added as an option by specifying the Driving Assistance Package. This package includes frontal collision warning, blind-spot detection, a head-up display, and lane departure warning. Standard features include dual front, knee, front side, and head airbags. There's also a rearview camera, dynamic cruise control, and park distance control. An optional Parking Assistance Package adds side- and top-view cameras.
|BMW M6 Gran Coupe Trims
|Rear Parking Aid
|Blind Spot Monitor
|Lane Departure Warning
|Lane Keeping Assist
|Tire Pressure Monitor
The good news is that the M6 Gran Coupe (and the previous-generation M5) have received fewer complaints relative to the older E60 M5's temperamental V10. A three-and-a-half star J.D. Power predicted reliability rating for the 6 Series range as a whole indicates good dependability for what is a complex and highly advanced car. A 2017 NHTSA recall of the M6 involved seat-mounted airbags that may not deploy in the event of an accident.
BMW's coverage for the M6 Gran Coupe includes a four-year/50,000-mile basic warranty and a drivetrain warranty of four years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first. Roadside assistance is offered for four years with unlimited miles.