Last post on Feb 02, 2009 at 10:19 AM
You are in the BMW 6-Series
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BMW 6 Series, Transmission, Coupe, Convertible
#11 of 20 Re: should I put 6 series in mix? [habitat1]
Feb 08, 2006 (10:15 am)
Thank you. The weight data is interesting although most reviews I've seen remark that it "feels" much smaller and lighter. I didn't know that the 330ic has more leg room in the rear. It will also have a hard top that for me will be a big plus and in addition I would imagine that it will be comparable in the speed department. What then would be the advantage of the 6 cabrio?
Does anyone know if the new M3 convertible will be hard or soft top? Would they make 2 different 3 series drop top bodies?
#12 of 20 Re: should I put 6 series in mix? [topspin628]
Feb 08, 2006 (12:50 pm)
"The weight data is interesting although most reviews I've seen remark that it "feels" much smaller and lighter."
My sister-in-law's husband would agree. He is considering a 650ic and currently drives a Hummer H2.
I thought the 645i I drove felt very heavy. But I previously owned a Honda S2000 and was primarily interested in a true sports car.
So it really is important that you test drive it yourself and don't pay too much attention to reviews and the opinions of others - including me.
#13 of 20 Re: should I put 6 series in mix? [topspin628]
Feb 16, 2006 (9:18 pm)
The CLK55 may be worth a drive...
#14 of 20 Re: should I put 6 series in mix? [topspin628]
Jan 05, 2007 (8:22 am)
I think that 6-series is really worth its prise and have advantages which other cars don't have. It's sporty and luxurious. Also its powerfull engine sounds impressive. If you need some usefull and interesting information,can find it here:
Hope it helps to you.
#15 of 20 Re: should I put 6 series in mix? [topspin628]
Jan 18, 2007 (1:19 pm)
I'VE GONE FROM A 325I COMVERTIBLE tot bird to a lexus sc430 to a jag xk8 vert and this week i got a 645i vert the bmw is without a doubt the nicest,best handling, most advanced and fun to drive of all those cars.i've also gone from a vette to a prowler to a viper and now back toa vette.thebmw while not as sporty as the vette but it's still a blast try it.
#16 of 20 Thinking about buying a used 645
Feb 17, 2008 (8:39 am)
I am thinking about buying a used 645 or 650, but cannot get over how much the car looks like a Toyota Solara. Am I the only one who feels this way?
#17 of 20 Re: Thinking about buying a used 645 [donmcdon]
Mar 16, 2008 (8:16 pm)
Yikes, a Solara! BMW took a lot or criticism for the rear end design (look up "bangle butt on the internet) starting with the 7 series, and extended through their line, including the 6. In spite of the criticism others have copied it shamelessly, including the Solara. I'd rather think the Solara rear end design is a poor imitation of a BMW than the other way around. At least with BMW its original.
Look also at the new Mercedez Maybach and S class, also Hyundai, Honda Legend.
#18 of 20 Did I get a deal?
May 16, 2008 (11:41 am)
I found this forum a bit late, but can someone please confirm that I got pretty good deal on lease in California for the 2008 650 Convertible I am picking up this afternoon:
- Cold Weather Package
- Premium Sound
- Sport Package
- Comfort Access
- Heads Up Display
- 12,000 Miles/Year
- 36 Months
$2,800 (Complete Drive-Off)
#19 of 20 Re: Did I get a deal? [jed3039]
Jan 06, 2009 (8:24 pm)
That lease is now $808.00 on a 2008 650 convertible as of 12-31-08, so probably not considering the same car six months later.
#20 of 20 Would snow tires/wheels on a 645 Coupe make it drivable in Chicago snow?
Feb 02, 2009 (10:19 am)
I am considering buying a used RWD 2005 bmw 645 coupe for use as my primary vehicle. I have indoor parking and would only drive it minimally in winter (20 mile commute to work comprising 7 miles on moderately plowed roads + balance on highway). I would fit it with good snow tires and smaller wheels for winter use (don't have problem storing the extra set of wheels in my apt). Question is - how driveable will this rear-wheel drive be in the chicago snow with snow tires/smaller wheels, if I drive slow etc? Would the back keep spinning uncontrollably and would I be unable to start in snow? This is the first car I am buying but it looks absolutely gorgeous so really want to buy it if winter driving is manageable, despite it being RWD. Also I have heard that the traction control (DTC and DTS) would help in winter conditions. Any advice/comments would be much appreciated. Thanks