2020 BMW X6 M Competition Review: Fast And Stylish With A Dash Of Practicality
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Are you in the market for a high-performance SUV with a fast roofline? Is the 600-horsepower [/roadshow/make/bmw/model/x6-m/ BMW X6 M] not quite enough? Well, don't worry, [/roadshow/make/bmw/ BMW] has just the thing: the 2020 BMW X6 M Competition, which offers a touch more power, tour phượng hoàng cổ trấn tighter chassis tuning and a little more style, too.
2020 BMW X6 M
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LikeBig performance chopsStylish with respectable practicalityCushy interior
Don't LikeUncommunicative steeringCan be overly complexLarge blind spots
A mightier X6 MLike its squared-off [/roadshow/make/bmw/model/x5-m/ X5 M] Competition sibling, the X6 M Competition packs substantial firepower under its hood. BMW's familiar 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 is here, packing 617 horsepower. Torque matches that of the non-Competition model, checking in at 553 pound-feet available between 1,800 and 5,690 rpm.
Flick the engine into its Sport or Sport Plus setting and performance is ample, with zero quibbles about boost lag. Drop the hammer and the X6 [ ] romps to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds, which is one-tenth of a second quicker than the regular X6 M. Triple-digit speeds happen in a hurry, and will eventually top out at 177 mph with available M Driver's Package, the two-mode active exhaust system putting out a grumble all the while. Without the Driver's Package, kynghidongduong.vn things stop pulling at just 155 mph.