New BMW X6 Quotes


There are a good range of petrol and diesel engines available across the X6, starting with the 35i 3.0-litre petrol but the 4.4litre V8 petrol engine has an output of 408bhp which provides a speedy 0-60mph run of 5.4 seconds. The fastest in the range is the X6 M with twin-turbo 4.4-litre V8 petrol engine with its 555bhp to sprint 0-60mph in 4.7 seconds. On average the X6 will perform the 0-60mph run in 6.8 seconds which sees it sit directly alongside the performance of the Mercedes CLS 350, to appreciate the performance of the X6 book to test drive it now at

Running Costs

Although not the cheapest car to own and run in general, in terms of its rivals the X6 stacks well above, as in general it will see a return 32.4mpg and it has 220g/km of CO2 emissions. This is a serious slight to the Mercedes comparison as it will make a fuel return of 24.5mpg and has higher CO2 emissions of 266g/km. The BMW also outperforms the Porsche Cayenne’s economy figures and it in fact comes in well below their purchasing prices as it starts at around £44,400 whereas the Mercedes comes in at £46,900 and leaves the Porsche trailing at £54,350.


There is one basic trim level for the X6 apart from the M50d which is part of the range but is simultaneously a standalone variant. All versions have four-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic gearbox and come equipped with hill start assist, front and rear parking sensors, rain-sensing wipers and automatic Xenon headlights. In interiors the model has leather upholstery, air conditioning, two-way adjustment for the steering wheel, CD stereo with MP3 connectivity and cruise control with brake function. There is a further list of accessories and features for the X6, all of which are detailed in our brochure.