The BMW M6 Coupe

By: CJ Carter

The M6 is mounted with radar for its parking assist function. One of the features of the M6 is the soft close doors. They come in handy when you are in a rush. The navigation with real time traffic is a must. Besides if you aren't that familiar with the area that you are in, the M6 can configure an alternate route for you. The M6 comes with a DVD that has nearly every restaurant, gas station, movie theater, museum, or anything else you could want stored for easy access from the navigation function. That's especially helpful when you are looking for gas in a unfamiliar area. If you know anything about 500 horsepower sports car then you are quite familiar with looking for gas.

The M6 has a 17 gallon tank and it gets about 14 miles to the gallon between highway and street mileage. A lot of that also depends on your driving habits as well.

You can sync your Bluetooth enabled phone with the M6. You can answer and end calls from either the steering wheel or the I-drive control knob. The lack of a front loading disc changer sucks, but you can't have everything, Heated seats are great for the winter time. The convertible also has a rear window which will raise and lower independently with the touch of a button. I-drive manages your phone book, audio, navigation and climate control all in one. You can also manage the climate control from their manual knobs on the dashboard. All windows within the convertible can be dropped with the push of two buttons. The heads up display within the M6 is helpful to say the least. It tells you speed, current gear setting, as well as directions to where you are going if you have the navigation enabled. The M6 is advanced technologically and performance wise far beyond it's $100,000 price tag.

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