We Proudly Present This Beautiful 2008 BMW M6 Fully Loaded.

  • 61,777 Miles
  • Blue Exterior
  • Black Interior With Carbon Fiber
  • Zero to 60 in 4.6 seconds, a 12.8-second quarter-mile
  • 5.0L V10 engine
  • Automated manual or manual transmission
  • Up to 11 cty/17 hwy mpg
  • Navigation System
  • Bluetooth
  • Side/Curtain Airbags
  • Stability Control
  • Traction Control
  • iPod input (Optional)
  • Satellite radio (Optional)

The 2008 BMW M6 receives minor updates in the form of revised headlights and taillights and a new look for the integrated rear spoiler and brake light. Other changes include a memory system for the I Drive electronics interface, active head restraints and a few new options that include a heated steering wheel and automatic high-beam control.

 

Acceleration is exceptionally quick — we’ve timed the M6 coupe at just 4.6 seconds for the 0-60-mph sprint, with the quarter-mile taking just 12.8 seconds. The heavier convertible is just a few 10ths off those numbers, according to BMW. A clean launch requires delicate footwork — it’s all too easy to send the massive rear tires up in smoke. Top speed is electronically limited to 155 mph on both cars.

 

A 5.0-liter V10 powers the 2008 BMW M6. Output is impressive at 500 hp and 383 pound-feet of torque. Infinitely variable valve timing and a separate throttle butterfly for each cylinder contribute to the V10′s broad power spread that only grows more insistent as it rushes toward its 8,250-rpm Redline.

 

The cockpit features leather-upholstered sport seats with multiple power adjustments (12-way coupe, 14-way convertible) and a fat-rimmed M sport steering wheel. Of course, all the expected luxury features are standard, including adaptive xenon headlights, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated seats, Bluetooth, a navigation system with real-time traffic updates, and a 13-speaker Harman Kardon Logic 7 audio system.

 

In the high-performance four-passenger coupe and convertible market, few rivals can match the M6, especially when price is considered. Indeed, at about $100,000, nothing can touch the M6 in terms of all-out performance and four-seat capability. For that same kind of dough, you might consider a Jaguar XKR, Maserati GranTurismo or Mercedes-Benz CL550. All are highly desirable, of course, but the BMW stands tall in terms of maximum performance. Of course, one could also consider the CL63 AMG or exotics like the Aston Martin DB9 or Bentley Continental GT/GTC. But their higher prices only reinforce the M6′s impressive value. For the buyer who wants a true four-passenger grand touring car that also delivers staggering performance, the M6 certainly earns the title of ultimate driving machine.

 
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