2008 BMW 650i for sale at with test drive, driving sounds, and walk through video
2006 BMW 650i - Village Luxury Cars Markham
2006 BMW 650i Stock# CC0373 6 Speed Manual Transmission | 83,268 km Local Trade In, Carproof Verified, Accident Free Navigation, Park Distance Control, 19 Inch Alloy Wheels Priced to sell at $31,888. Taxes and license extra. Village Luxury Cars is Unionville, Markham & York Region's premiere used car dealer for late model pre-owned inventory, consisting of all makes and models of used cars, truck, SUVs and minivans, with an emphasis on quality imports and luxury cars. At Village Luxury Cars we've modeled our process after, BMW Certified Series, Audi Assured and Audi Certified Preowned, Mercedes Benz Certified, Mercedes Benz Star Certified and Porsche Approved programs. We include only the finest vehicles in our exclusive inventory; all are fully inspected, and come with CarProof vehicle history reports on request. Give us a call at 1 888-821-9708 to learn more. VISIT http://vlci.ca FOLLOW http://twitter.com/VillageLuxury LIKE http://facebook.com/VillageLuxuryCars VIEW http://youtube.com/TheVLCI
BMW 650i Convertible-- Video Test Drive with Chris Moran
http://www.SupercarNetwork.com An in-depth 2008 BMW 650i Convertible review with Chris Moran. For most people, purchasing a large luxury coupe or convertible is entirely an act of passion and indulgence, and right or wrong, outward appearance can make or break the deal. Compared to the sleek offerings from rival manufacturers Mercedes-Benz and Jaguar, well...let's just say the 2008 BMW 6 Series has a great personality. If there is such a thing as a sleeper among the entries in the big-ticket touring class, this is it. Only when you've taken the time to become fully acquainted with its pure driving dynamics, innovative use of technology and lower price of entry does the 6 Series' true beauty become apparent. In its fifth year of production, the rear-wheel-drive, four-passenger BMW 650i coupe is based on the same platform used for the 5 Series sedan. But BMW aims the 6 Series higher. It has but one engine available, a 4.8-liter V8. Not a single body panel is shared with the sedan, and the front and rear suspensions are likewise calibrated for the 650's lower ride height and sportier intentions. To keep its weight in check, aluminum is used extensively for the suspension, hood and doors. Thermoplastic front fenders and a composite deck lid do their high-tech best to keep the 6 Series feeling spry, though this is still essentially a 4,000-pound car. BMW equips its 6 Series well in terms of equipment, and you'll find but a handful of features that are optional. Convertibles use a fully lined folding soft top rather than a retractable hardtop, but it's a sophisticated design capable of keeping interior noise to sedanlike levels. The glass rear window opens for ventilation when the roof is up, and can be raised to act as a wind buffer when the top is down. If you don't want to go the convertible route, the 6 Series coupe feels nearly as airy, thanks to its large glass roof section. The glass is too large to slide open, but you can tilt it up slightly for ventilation. Among high-dollar touring coupes and convertibles, the 2008 BMW 6 Series is easily one of our top recommendations. However, for buyers chiefly interested in style and opulence, the sleeker Mercedes-Benz CL550 and Jaguar XK/XKR will prove more satisfying. The same goes for the highly regarded Mercedes SL550 roadster. For enthusiast types who care about the drive above all else, the smaller Porsche 911 is likely the better choice, as it easily outhandles this plus-size Bimmer coupe. Yet these cars are all more expensive than the 6 Series. And while cost concerns are seldom of primary concern in this segment, when a car strikes that near-perfect compromise between coddling its passengers and thrilling its driver that the 2008 BMW 650i does, such a value proposition is hard to ignore. Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options Available in both coupe and convertible body styles, the 2008 BMW 650i comes with a healthy complement of standard features including 18-inch wheels, adaptive xenon headlights, leather upholstery, 12-way power front seats with driver memory, dual-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth and an eight-speaker CD audio system with iPod integration and a regular auxiliary audio jack. The convertible has a power soft top with a power retractable rear window. Two distinct option packages are available: Sport, which brings 19-inch alloy wheels, enhanced exterior trim and sport seats to the table; and Cold Weather, with heated seats and steering wheel. Other options include active steering, adaptive cruise control, upgraded leather upholstery, a surround-sound audio system, HD and satellite radios, a head-up display and keyless ignition/entry. Powertrains and Performance Motivation for both the rear-wheel-drive 650i coupe and convertible is provided by a 4.8-liter V8 rated at 360 horsepower and 360 pound-feet of torque. Shifting duties are carried out by either a six-speed manual or BMW's new six-speed automatic transmission with steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters and downshift rev-matching.
Burnout Challenge - 2007 BMW 650i
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