BMW 6-Series Convertible Review

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The 2010 BMW 6-Series is a beautiful and luxurious status symbol, but it's definitely not an all-out sports car. The convertible may not be the most dynamic performer in its class, but it is a high-end luxury cruiser worthy of your attention. Drawbacks include a cramped backseat and not-so-intuitive multi-media interface system. In addition to the Convertible, the 2010 6-Series is also available as the 650i Coupe, and the performance-tuned M6.

The 6-Series Convertible is powered by a 4.8-liter V8 engine that is powerful and smooth. Together with its steering, suspension, and braking systems, the car handles remarkably well. The vehicle was last freshened up in 2008, but its sleek exterior design and automatic soft top with heated glass rear window still leaves critics impressed. The cabin is characterized by luxurious finishes and comfortable front seats. In short, the 6-Series Convertible is one sporty car.

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