The 2018 BMW 6 Series

The 2018 BMW 6 Series combines a comfortable ride and solid driving dynamics. It also boasts the upscale interior that can be expected from a luxury car. However, the 6 Series' failure to stand apart from its competitors relegates it to the middle of the class. The 6 Series has some pros and cons such as:

Several powerful engine choices
User-friendly infotainment system.

Undersized rear seats.

New for 2018

Two-door coupe is no longer available.

The current 6 Series generation began with the 2012 model year. Since the model's debut, there have been few major changes. The 2017 6 Series added an updated iDrive infotainment system with a new interface and made wireless phone charging and a Wi-Fi hot spot standard.

Convertible 6 Series models seat four. Gran Coupe (sedan) models seat five people. The rear middle seat is pretty worthless though, so it practically only seats four. The standard multi-contour front seats have plenty of space and support to ensure the comfort of their occupants. Leather seats also come standard.

This BMW is quiet even at highway speeds. The well-designed interior features plenty of premium materials, but it doesn't stand out in a class full of well-equipped luxury cars.

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