2010 BMW X6 M Values

Select a 2010 BMW X6 M trim level

2010 model year changes

BMW's distinct 'Sports Activity Coupe' was introduced last year and enters its second year adding a new ActiveHybrid X6 model, a 2-mode gasoline-electric full hybrid that promises brisk acceleration yet dramatically reduced emissions and improved fuel economy.

Competitive comparison

One-of-a-kind design; styling details; performance; handling of a smaller, lighter vehicle; improved emissions and fuel-efficiency of hybrid model; available technology features

Special features for 2010

The BMW X6 is a niche model, mixing the attributes of a modern crossover SUV with the edgy, curvaceous styling of a sports coupe. Versus other crossover SUVs, the X6 compromises some utility and space, but in return you get a much more rakish, coupe-like and refreshingly different vehicle. Surprisingly, the X6 handles like a lower, lighter vehicle. Plus, it is stylish and very technologically advanced.
All new, the 2010 BMW X6M is a luxury sports SUV based on the standard X6 but with a lot more power under the hood. A 4.4L V8 benefits from the aid of twin turbochargers to produces 555 hp and 501 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed automatic transmission with steering-wheel mounted paddle shifters is the only available transmission. The power is put to the ground via BMW's AWD system. The X6M is loaded with tons of bells and whistles including the most recent version of the iDrive system but most drivers will enjoy listening to the dual-exhaust note over the tone of the excellent sound system.