Used 2005 BMW 6 Series

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2005 BMW 6 Series
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2005 BMW 6 Series

Pros

  • Nimble handling for a big coupe, smooth and quiet ride, endless power from ultrasmooth V8, elegant interior design, supportive seats, large trunk in coupe.

Cons

  • iDrive controller is improved but still a nuisance, small backseat, only one engine option.

Used 2005 BMW 6 Series for Sale

BMW 6 Series 2005 645Ci 2dr Coupe (4.4L 8cyl 6M)
85,545 miles
Used 2005
BMW 6 Series
645Ci
List$11,985
Est.Loan: $245/mo
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Dealer Notes
This outstanding example of a 2005 BMW 6 Series 645Ci is offered by Maserati of Arlington. This vehicle is loaded with great features, plus it comes with the CARFAX BuyBack Guarantee. There's a level of quality and refinement in this BMW 6 Series that you won't find in your average vehicle. The 6 Series 645Ci is well maintained and has just 85,545mi. This low amount of miles makes this vehicle incomparable to the competition. You could keep looking, but why? You've found the perfect vehicle right here.

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Edmunds' Expert Review

The 6 Series may not have the sleek, sexy sheet metal of its Mercedes-Benz rivals, but its satisfying combination of performance, luxury and technology will put you on top of the world.

vehicle overview

As sweet as the original M6 was back in its late-'80s heyday, the 2006 BMW M6 carries the Motorsport banner to new heights with specs that put the original to shame. With almost twice the cylinders, twice the horsepower and two extra gears to play with, the 21st-century M6 is in a whole different league.

Like the M5 sedan, the M6 is powered by a 5.0-liter V10 that pumps out 500 horsepower and 376 pound-feet of torque. It's channeled to the rear wheels via a seven-speed SMG transmission and a variable differential that allows the M6 to hit 60 mph in just 4.6 seconds, according to BMW. Electronic launch control assures perfect getaways every time while a twin-chambered exhaust gives the M6 a distinct sound compared to its sedan counterpart.

Although the M6 uses the same suspension design as the M5, its underpinnings were tuned to compensate for its shorter wheelbase and the lower center of gravity that results from its carbon-fiber roof. The revised suspension includes Electronic Damper Control (EDC) with three modes (normal, comfort and sport) that allow for varying levels of capability much like the two-stage stability control system. A power button on the console allows you to take it down a notch to just 400 hp for less hectic driving, and cross-drilled brake rotors assure plenty of stopping power.

Aesthetic alterations are few. The front air dam is the most obvious change as it opens wide to feed the high-revving engine and competition caliber brakes. The lightweight 19-inch wheels are surrounded by exaggerated side sills that emphasize the car's hunkered-down stance. It's finished off by a rear diffuser that reduces lift and four tailpipes that are a Motorsport trademark.


Consumer reviews

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BMW 645 Convertible
paul Bailey,04/26/2015
Without a doubt the best car I ever owned. I have had Mercedes, BMW 530i, Ferrari 355 (2 years old) several Porsche 911's and this is just such a great car. Economical, fast, brilliant handling, stylish, practical, great sound system, reliable. I cannot fault the car and abolutely love it.
Unreliable starts
samanthaat,06/30/2011
At first I loved this car. I'm a low mileage driver and BMW tells me the car is meant to be driven a lot. If you don't drive it a lot this car is a life of hell. The BMW dealer told me if I don't drive it at least one day a week for an hour the battery will die. He said there is too much draining the battery. It's not a week though. Seven starts drains the battery. I keep it on a trickle charge, but that apparently doesn't keep it from draining. After the battery drains a couple dozen times, its time for a new battery which today cost over $500. That's not acceptable but what is really unacceptable is having an $80,000 car that leaves me stranded and calling AAA once a week.
Buy ONE
Lee,11/21/2005
Don't drive this car unless you're prepared to purchase one. I went to the dealer to test drive a 7 series. I thought I would just compare it against the 6, so I test drove one and purchased it right afterwards. This car is above and beyond any thing I have ever owned. I like it. I purchased the sport model and the back seat isn't a problem. If you want a big back seat buy a 7 series. I love all of it.
6 Series - Buffed Elegance
Sarge,09/20/2007
Great car. With the sport package, this is truly buffed elegance. I really enjoy the interior and the exterior design. Great sound system. As for the much maligned iDrive. If you don't enjoy being challenged by technology, don't get the iDrive. As for me, I am a techy, so I find the iDrive very functional and entertaining.
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Features & Specs

MPG
15 city / 23 hwy
Seats 4
6-speed manual
Gas
325 hp @ 6100 rpm
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Used 2005 BMW 6 Series Overview

The Used 2005 BMW 6 Series is offered in the following submodels: 6 Series Coupe, 6 Series Convertible. Available styles include 645Ci 2dr Convertible (4.4L 8cyl 6M), and 645Ci 2dr Coupe (4.4L 8cyl 6M).

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