2005 BMW 6 Series 645Ci 2dr Convertible (4.4L 8cyl 6M)
As a few more of these cars are on the road here in Virginia, I've begun to notice how truly unique and special. I alternate driving this car and an X5 4.8is purchased this spring for practicality. While the responsiveness of the car is thrilling, I wish it had better acceleration. It feels quicker, but I know it's not as fast as my X5, and always makes me wish for more. The handling is fantastic, as is the braking. If I were to change anything, besides the horsepower, it would be the iDrive. While I've mastered it, the touch screen in a previous Lexus and my wife's Sienna are sooo much easier and intuitive to use. Different for the sake of being unique does not excuse this feature.
Handling, exhaust report, and comfort of the cabin. I'd like to have comfort seats like the X5, but the overall interior experience is excellent.
More horses in every variant of this model. 325HP is not competitive with even the Cadillac's in this class, and that's just embarrassing.
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