2014 BMW 6 Series

Find Another BMW 6 Series
$75,400-$97,200
$69,370-$89,425
18 CITY / 27 HWY
Overall Quality
Overall Performance and Design
Predicted Reliability

Overview

The 2014 BMW 6-Series includes Coupe, Convertible and Gran Coupe models, and while they span a wide range of equipment, features and performance, these three body styles all essentially have the same familial look.
2016,
2016,640i models are powered by a 3.0L turbocharged in-line 6-cylinder engine, making 315 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque, while 650i models get a 4.4L V8. Both offer either a 6-speed manual gearbox or 8-speed Sport Automatic transmission. With either transmission, the 650i Coupe can get to 60 mph in 4.8 seconds, and to an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph.
2016,
2016,M6 models are powered by an M Twin Power engine--a twin-turbo V8 that's the same size as that in the 650i but developing 560 hp and 500 lb-ft of torque. It's also paired with a 7-speed M Double Clutch automated gearbox, as well as an Active M Differential and special wheels, brakes and suspension to suit the stronger performance. A 6-speed manual transmission is new to the M6 lineup, and a no-cost option; it offers seamless automatic rev-matching for downshifts in Efficient or Sport modes, while Sport+ mode requires the driver to mind his or her own revs.
2016,
2016,The 6-Series models offer a number of innovative chassis technologies that make them handle like smaller models, and respond crisply yet ride smoothly. The standard Dynamic Damper Control works with the double-wishbone front suspension and multi-link rear axle to adapt to different driving surfaces and control body motion, while Active Roll Stabilization further helps keep cornering flat. Integral Active Steering is also on offer, with a steerable rear axle helping make the 6-Series models feel shorter in tight, quick maneuvers.
2016,
2016,6-Series Coupes follow in the vein of classic grand-touring 2+2 luxury models. Sporty bucket seats up front accommodate even very tall drivers in comfort, with good lateral support, too. In back there are two small positions, accented by a trim line that wraps around those and the entire interior. Meanwhile, Convertible versions offer a smooth power-operated fabric soft top. As for Gran Coupe models, they're almost sedans, with four doors and about 4.4 inches of additional length overall--with most of it going to additional rear legroom. BMW calls the Gran Coupe's seating layout '4+1,' referring to the four roomy outboard seats with one much smaller middle position in back.
2016,
2016,All three models have a driver-oriented cockpit layout inside, with a swept-across style to the instrument panel and a clean look afforded by BMW's iDrive controller system, which wraps in a number of ancillary controls that might otherwise have their own separate buttons. A black-panel instrument cluster is said to combine the traditional sports-car look with modern display technology. BMW's iDrive has its own high-definition 10.2-inch wide screen at the center of the dash, and iDrive is now offered in its latest version, 4.2. On the outside, adaptive xenon headlamps are standard, while adaptive LED headlamps are optional. There are also LED accent rings for the parking lights, running lamps and directional indicators.
2016,
2016,Even base 640i models have rain-sensing wipers, heated side mirrors, Dakota leather upholstery, 3-stage heated seats, power front seats with driver memory settings, dynamic cruise control, automatic climate control, Comfort Access keyless entry, a rearview camera system and Park Distance Control. The standard sound system in 640i and 650i models has nine speakers, with HD Radio and auxiliary inputs, while the premium system upgrades to 12 speakers and a digital amplifier. With the Luxury Seating Package, you add front ventilated seats plus an active fatigue reduction system.
2016,
2016,Other noteworthy options include a BMW Night Vision system with pedestrian recognition, a Head-Up Display that projects information onto the windshield, and a new Top View camera system with Side View, so help see the area around the vehicle when parking or maneuvering in very tight spaces at low speed. A Driver Assistance Package brings a host of active-safety features, including Automatic High Beams, Lane Departure Warning, Active Blind Spot Detection, the camera system, a Parking Assistant and the Head-Up Display.

Advertisement

J.D. Power Ratings

Initial Quality Study
Powertrain Quality - Design?
Overall Quality - Mechanical?
Powertrain Quality - Mechanical?
Body & Interior Quality - Design?
Features & Accessories Quality - Design?
Overall Quality?
Features & Accessories Quality - Mechanical?
Body & Interior Quality - Mechanical?
Overall Quality - Design?
Automotive Performance Execution and Layout
Comfort?
Features and Instrument Panel?
Style?
Overall Performance and Design?
Performance?

Power Circle Scoring Legend:

Among the best
Better than most
About average
The rest
*Please note that JDPower.com Power Circle Ratings may not include all information used to determine J.D. Power awards. Learn more about how J.D. Power Ratings are calculated.
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

The Latest BMW Articles:

BMW Financial Services in the U.S. has announced the debut of Access by BMW, a vehicle subscription service that will provide members with unlimited access to a fleet of BMW vehicles, through a single monthly subscription.
BMW Group has announced the Car & Ride Sharing Lease, for both BMW and Mini vehicles, which will allow its customers to earn extra income by renting their leased vehicles, or driving for ride-sharing providers.
BMW Group introduced its latest vision of electric mobility with a 4-door i Vision Dynamics Gran Coupe concept car at the Frankfurt Motor Show this week.
BMW recently previewed an ultra-luxury Concept X7 iPerformance large SUV that provides a glimpse of a 2018 model that will launch in early 2019.
For the 2018 model year, BMW introduces a completely redesigned X3 SUV, new M5, 6 Series Gran Turismo, freshened 2 Series and 4 Series lineups, and an expanded 5 Series lineup.
For the 2017 model year, BMW debuts a completely redesigned 5 Series sedan and cancels the slow-selling Z4 sports car. Find out what else is new for every 2017 BMW model...
BMW previewed at the 2016 Paris Motor Show the new Concept X2 crossover SUV in addition to unveiling several other models—the new BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo and its latest i3 with a more powerful battery and greater driving range.
BMW’s 3 Series—the core model in the German sport luxury automaker’s “Ultimate Driving Machine” lineup for 40 years—is refreshed for 2016. BMW also introduces a redone flagship 7 Series sedan.
BMW this week took the wraps off its M2 performance coupe and gave Detroit Auto Show media a view of the new X4 M40i premium fastback small SAV (sport activity vehicle).
Auto manufacturers and their component suppliers increasingly use the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to showcase the technologies envisioned for future vehicles. This year, BMW brought attention to several concepts it is exploring in the areas of autonomous vehicles, the connected car, and interior design.