by jspeith on Mar 8, 2011 Vehicle: 2007 BMW 6 Series 650i 2dr Convertible (4.8L 8cyl 6M)
I have put about 2000 miles on this car in a month.
This car begs to be driven hard. It does everything asked of it and more. The gurgle of the engine is the sweetest sound I've heard.
It has added a smile to my face everyday since I bought it. Pure fun.
The car is extremely comfortable for two, tolerable for four.
It is extremely smooth.
Handling is superb especially in sport mode.
It corners like it's on rails.
The best display of power is between 60 and 100 mph.
I was a little hesitant to buy a car with such a haughty image in a fairly conservative Midwest town but after driving it I don't care what anyone thinks. This thing is heaven on wheels!
by whitford on Feb 8, 2011 Vehicle: 2007 BMW 6 Series 650i 2dr Convertible (4.8L 8cyl 6M)
I bought my 650i in 9/16/2009 with 3864 miles at a reasonable price.I now have 24,500 miles on it.
I love the cars looks, styling and driveablilty.
My problem is the convertable top censor.
I have had it to the dealership and they have been great, but they cannot find out what is causing the problem.
I have had it to the dealer on at least five separate occasions, it works for a while and then the sensor shows the top is not closed properly.
started again today.
I want to keep the car but I think I have a lemon.
by GregB on Nov 2, 2010 Vehicle: 2007 BMW 6 Series 650i 2dr Convertible (4.8L 8cyl 6M)
I bought the convertible three weeks ago and after 1500 miles I have to say that this is one sweet and powerful performance machine. Around the city, the gearing and torque make the ride seamless, and on the highway the car has a blacktop-eating ride that wants to run much faster than the law allows. Very happy with my CPO purchase - the car had depreciated $50K+ in three years, so with the extended CPO warranty to 100K miles and with BMW NA including free no-cost maintenance out to 100K miles as a sales incentive, it also fits the bill from a value standpoint. sweet convertible that gets many a look
by LAThombo on Mar 17, 2010 Vehicle: 2007 BMW 6 Series 650i 2dr Coupe (4.8L 8cyl 6M)
I picked up an '07 650i coupe for $51K, plus trade in of a '99 M3 with 80K miles on it. The 650 is a delight (sure, you say, what wouldn't be compared to the rusty horse I'd been riding), and in unexpected ways. The seats envelope in a way superior to those in the 2009 MB CL I rented and are far superior to those in the Carerra. The engine sound is of elegant fortitude, the handling pugnacious when demanded but otherwise smooth and flat-out fun. The sports mode is a bit jerky at times, but darn quick off the line (the normal mode, which my wife dubs 'the macher mode,' is far less responsive to the pedal stomp yet very smooth). I feel very safe in it, although the A-pillar obscures a bit.
by Viken on Aug 5, 2009 Vehicle: 2007 BMW 6 Series 650i 2dr Convertible (4.8L 8cyl 6M)
Overall is a great car don't get me wrong. im been an BMW enthusiast for years but the dealer can't fix the wear of the rear tires on the inside. They want me to do alignment and put new set of tires at 22000 miles at my expense! Thats the reason i purchased a $80,000 car on the first place, insane.
by Jay V. on Feb 20, 2009 Vehicle: 2007 BMW 6 Series 650i 2dr Convertible (4.8L 8cyl 6M)
I looked at every "similar" vehicle - Porsche 911 and Cayman, SL-Class - but just couldn't find the right fit. I am so pleased with my decision! The car has enough "sporty-ness" to feel like a performance car, but without the harshness or diminutive stature of so many other "sports cars" (I'm 6'3" and 250 lbs). To say that it is in a class of its own is too trite, but there really isn't anything comparable. Thus far it's been a whole lot of fun. I'll let you know what long-term ownership is like.
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