2006 BMW 6 SERIES
Fun convertible for seasonal driving. 6 speed manual is the way to go. SMG transmission is difficult to get set up so it's comfortable, and low speed driving can be a challenge. So far a great car!
2005 BMW 6 SERIES
Bought used with 100K--had been meticulously maintained and runs and preforms as new. Technology well beyond its time, car does some things that even newer models don't, some good, some kinda cheesey. Resale from new to now is horrible, but so are most cars of this nature--1st buyer lost his shirt, but probably had the $ to not care. Upkeep is not as high as I expected, just maintain and I think this car will easily last 300K.
2008 BMW 6 SERIES
So far so good with this car! Best car I've ever driven (not that I'm an expert...), and in really great shape still. It's amazing how many people look at it and think it's brand new or ask "what is that?!" Truly not a car you see a lot of on the road, yet people seemingly unanimously love it. Great buy for me!!
My concerns at this point are with maintenance. Transmission seems to hiccup a bit when coming to a stop (at a light, etc.). Also, get a "low coolant" warning about once every 10th start up.
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