2016 BMW 6 Series Values

Select a 2016 BMW 6 Series trim level

2016 model year changes

For 2016, BMW has given the 6-Series a slight facelift. Standard equipment now includes adaptive LED headlights, and a Black Accent Package adds gloss-black exterior details, special 20-inch alloy wheels, and bi-color black and cognac Napa leather interior.

Competitive comparison

Very quick acceleration; confident high-speed performance; long list of active-safety technologies and innovations; comfortable, quiet ride; a back seat roomy enough for adults

Special features for 2016

The 2016 BMW 6-Series continues BMW's tradition of high-speed grand-touring models by laying down the fundamentals in a capable-handling coupe, convertible or 4-door Gran Coupe model, then offering a long list of high-tech enhancements that can improve performance. Meanwhile, the Gran Coupe is an unusual offering, with the sleek roofline of a coupe and all the performance of the 2-door 6-Series models, complemented by four doors and enough rear-seat space for adults. M6 models continue to stun with their over-the-top performance and a dynamic personality that can be dialed in with various settings for all of its electronic controls.
The BMW 6-Series seats four and comes in two trim levels, offered in either a coupe or a convertible version. Standard outfitting includes: 18” wheels, xenon headlamps, LED fog lamps, adaptive suspension dampers, parking sensors (front and rear), heated and powered side mirrors, automated wipers, sunroof (on coupe version), remote entry/start, leather upholstery, tilt and telescope steering wheel, two-zone climate control, parking camera, collision mitigation system, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, 10.2” touchscreen with GPS and a nine-speaker audio system. Upgrades can get you things like larger 19” wheels, 16-speaker Harman Kardon audio system, powered rear sunshade, LED headlamps, sport-tuning and more. Driving the 6-Series is a 3.0-liter inline-6 engine that’s rated at 315 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque.