The BMW X6 isn’t exactly as practical as its close sibling the X5, but its chopped hatchback rear end design gives it a presence on the road all its own.
For 2014, the X5 has been redesigned while the X6 is still based on the previous generation of that SUV, so it may be worth waiting a year until the X6 also sees those new changes.
Additional research and developed has been placed on the X6 to make sure it’s among the best-handling SUVs on the planet at any price, especially in the case of the sporty X6 M model, which comes with an astounding 555 horsepower.
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