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The 4.4-litre twin turbocharged V8 engine is almost scary with its speed as the 553bhp output and 680Nm of torque mean that it can sprint to 60mph in just 4.1 seconds and it has a top speed of 155mph. However, if more speed is important, there is an M Driver’s Package which will raise the top speed to 189mph. Its rival Mercedes CLS 63 AMG can reach the same 155mph top speed, but it doesn’t have the Driver’s Package advantage and will do the 0-60mph sprint 0.3 seconds slower. The gearbox in the M6 is a seven-speed twin clutch automatic which, as it features launch control, will jump start the car out of any situation. Feel the performance by booking to test drive the M6 at

Running Costs

Although pricey at £100,680, the M6 has surprisingly good fuel economy, considering its speed capabilities as it will manage a fuel economy of 28.5mpg and has unexpectedly low CO2 emissions at 232g/km. This frugal nature of the M6 sees it come out on top against the Mercedes again as it will realistically only see a fuel return of 15mpg. However, the residuals for the M6 are likely to be better as it is the rarer model and it is less likely to depreciate.


Taking the edge off of its entry price is the amount of equipment that the M6 will have as standard, including 20-inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery, heated front seats, a rear-view parking camera with parking sensors. Also included are automatically dimming high-beam headlights, surround view - which enables a 360 degree view of the car for safer parking and a night visions system. Optional extras are heated rear seats, a heated steering wheel and soft-close doors, to see a full list of all standard and optional equipment please have a look at our brochure.