2010 BMW M6 Values

Select a 2010 BMW M6 trim level

2010 model year changes

All 2010 BMW 6-Series cars are largely unchanged from 2009. The 2010 650i 2-dr coupe starts at $78,200 and the 650i 2-dr convertible starts at $85,300. At the top of the range is the high-performance M6 model, with a 500-horsepower, 5.0L V10 engine and 7-speed sequential manual gearbox (SMG). It is again available as a hardtop 2-dr coupe, starting at $102,1000, or 2-dr convertible, which starts at $107,900.

Competitive comparison

Top-of-the-line performance; great combination of elegance and road prowess; state-of-the-art transmission and engineering; a total comfort package

Special features for 2010

The 2009 BMW 6-Series sedan stands apart from its 5-Series sibling thanks to its high-tech, performance-oriented features, which enable it to fill the double role of sports car and comfy luxury coupe. The exclusive M6 model has performance to rival many exotics from specialty sports car makers, while still having enough refinement for everyday driving.
The 2010 BMW M6 is a powerful coupe that means business. The M6 is powered by a 5.0L V10 which produces a pulse-quickening 500 hp. That power is controlled by a seven-speed Sequential Manual Gearbox (SMG) with steering wheel mounted paddles which comes standard, or you can opt for the more traditional six-speed manual transmission. Not much has changed on the 2010 BMW M6 except for the addition of digital HD radio and the newest version of BMW's iDrive unit.