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love my rag top
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By ltb
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2005 BMW 6 Series 645Ci 2dr Convertible (4.4L 8cyl 6M)


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Car runs really well. A lot of goodies for the price. iDrive navigation a bit hard to get used too. Fuel economy on open road is good. Fast times off the line. Sattelite radio, HUD , Sport package really complete the total package. Worth the extra bucks. Only feqature lacking is that side mirrors dont fold via power. A bit noisy with top down, at high speeds !!! I traded in Audi A-4 cabrio, big difference!!! Go for it !!


Best Features

Sport package, rear window going down when top is up, satellite radio, voice command.


Worst Features

Side mirrors should fold switch, not manual. Wind screen should be included with car, and high priced option. Back seat with front seat back, is really not comfortable for adults to use.


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A Truly excellent Coupe
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By SMB
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2005 BMW 6 Series 645Ci 2dr Coupe (4.4L 8cyl 6M)


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This superb coupe provides all the enjoyment of a sports car, plus the additional benefits of useable rear occasional seating (and extra storage space) and a large trunk. The performance and roadholding are also excellent, in the true spirit of BMW.


Best Features

The car is loaded with the latest in automotive technical inovations and is pure fun to drive. Also,my girfriend loves to drive the car whenever she can get hold of the keys!!!


Worst Features

The excellent sun roof would be improved by opening properly, instead of just the slight upward tilt. Also, a telephone key pad, as on the Mercedes, would improve the functionality of the telephone system greatly.


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Best I've ever owned
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By Bill Trukenbrod
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2005 BMW 6 Series 645Ci 2dr Convertible (4.4L 8cyl 6M)


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the 645 Ci is the sixth convertable that I've owned starting with a TR-3 and my last car was a MB SL500. The 645 is by far the most fun to drive, and the best to be seen in. I've never had so many people say great things about a car I've been driving, in car washes, at stop lights, parking lots,etc.etc. You get used to the iControl.


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Great Touring Car
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By T
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2005 BMW 6 Series 645Ci 2dr Convertible (4.4L 8cyl 6M)


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The 645 is a great car to drive with the top down or up. The acceleration is good for a car of this size and weight, although it could always be faster. Handling with the sport package is good and I drive quite a bit on winding mountain roads and it handles great. I have yet to feel drift or loose traction even at 80+ on S turns. Acceleration on straights could be better. Overall a great touring car (as advertised).


Best Features

Combination of comfort and handling. A very fun car to drive through the mountains/hills on both sunny and not so sunny days.


Worst Features

Voice recognition is a little weak and commands aren't real intuitive, same with the navigation system. It was frustrating to have to read the manual to figure out to shut off the guidance voice since its hard to read while driving :- )... should be simpler/more obvious for those of us not so bright :-).


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My Six
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By nmcochise
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2005 BMW 6 Series 645Ci 2dr Convertible (4.4L 8cyl 6M)


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Moved out of a Benz SL600 into the 645CiC. The BMW has better braking, refined seating and no loss of performance; smoother and a much more quiet ride; Unlike the Benz, the Beemer roof line is not friendly to tall people.


Best Features

Braking; Active Steering; iDrive; PDC.


Worst Features

None at this time.


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