2012 BMW 6 Series Values

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2012 model year changes

The BMW 6-Series is completely redesigned for 2012, with new styling and increased power from an all-new 4.4L V8. The new model is three inches longer and slightly wider than the car it replaces, with tighter and cleaner front end styling, new headlights and a lower trunk line. Again offered as a coupe or convertible, it is available in one trim only for 2012: the 650i. The M6 is back after taking 2011 off. It comes in convertible form only and comes with a more powerful, more efficient engine, but the same impressive performance specs expected of anything M-Series.

Competitive comparison

BMW-standard luxury and performance, high-end gadgetry, coupe and convertible styles

Special features for 2012

For buyers in the market for a true grand touring car, the BMW 6-Series is among the best choices on the market today. And for 2012, the controversial styling that may have kept buyers away in the past is gone, replaced by a much more sophisticated and clean overall look. It's a great choice for those in the market for both performance and comfort on an equal plane, with a strong foothold in a segment also populated by the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and the Jaguar XK.
Using the same chassis found on the 5 and 7 Series BMW cars, the 2012 6 Series exterior design carries the brand’s kidney grille work in a larger, forward-reaching presentation. Xenon headlamps with LED daytime running lights completes the modern look of the new 6 Series. Running on standard all-season run-flat tires around 19-inch light alloy wheels, handling for the 2012 BMW 6 Series is crafted by electronically customizable Driving Dynamic Control. Inside a four adult-occupant cabin, the redesigned dash panel features a center-mounted 10.2 inch "Central Display” screen. Equipped with BMW’s iDrive, the 2012 6 Series standard air conditioning as well as HIFI audio system includes HD radio, USB connection and 9-speaker sound. 3-D heads up display, lane departure warning system as well as rear and top view cameras are high-tech safety featured as options on the BMW 6 Series. Using a 4.4 liter V-8 engine producing 400 horsepower, the BMW 6 Series uses an ultra-smooth 8-speed Sport automatic transmission. 2012 BMW 6 Series Cabriolet versions boast a lightweight powered soft top requiring only 19 seconds to retract and 24 seconds to deploy.

2012 BMW 6-Series FAQ

In the optional equipment list for the 2012 BMW 650i it lists a Driver Assist Package. Does this package include comforts seats?

The driver assist package on a 2012 BMW 6 series is not the same thing as what you describe. The driver assistance package includes the electronics which provide lane departure warning, active blind spot detection as well as side and top view cameras and parking assist among other things.