2010 BMW X6 Values

Select a 2010 BMW X6 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.
A Sports Activity Vehicle with seating for four, the 2010 BMW X6 is a four-door mashup of an SUV and a sports car. The X6 is available with a choice between two engines: a 300 hp 3.0L turbocharged six-cylinder and a 4.4L V8 engine boasting twin-turbos, which helps it produce 400 hp and 450 lb-ft of torque. Both versions are fitted with AWD and a six-speed automatic transmission as standard equipment. New for 2010 is the addition of HD Radio as a standard feature.