2011 BMW X6 Values

Select a 2011 BMW X6 trim level

2011 model year changes

For 2011, the 35i is outfitted with a new single-turbo, 6-cylinder engine that delivers 300 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque. This engine is the same that is available for the BMW 335is, 740i and 740iL. All but the hybrid X6 now come with an 8-speed automatic transmission, while the hybrid powertrain utilizes a 7-speed automatic.

Competitive comparison

Excellent cornering and handling; powerful V8 engine; hybrid trim available

Special features for 2011

Premiering in 2009 and marketed as a 'Sport Activity Coupe', the X6 is based on the X5 and adeptly combines the sportiness of a coupe with the practicality of an SUV. Quick for its size and height, the X6 offers impressive cornering due to a nearly perfect 50/50 weight distribution, wide tires and BMW's Dynamic Performance Control all-wheel drive system.
Since its introduction in 2009, the 2011 BMW X6 has helped push the envelope in this recent niche segment. The 35i trim level is available with a newly announced single twin-scroll turbo 3.0-liter 300-hp I6 linked to an 8-speed automatic, helping to achieve up to 15/20 mpg city/hwy. The 50i trim receives a carryover 4.4-liter 400-hp V8 and the ActiveHybrid trim pairs the V8 with an electric motor to further improve economy with guilt-free performance. The X6 treats 4 passengers to all of the latest luxury, safety and tech gadgets and a rear hatchback provides easy access to cargo. All trims are available with all-wheel drive and competitors include the Acura ZDX and Infiniti FX.