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2017 BMW X6 Walk Around


Billed as a sports activity coupe, the four-door X6 is topped by a curvaceous roofline, giving it a fastback profile. Large air intakes suggest the performance potential of the X6. Side gills, on the other hand, come across as rather garish.

The X6 M gets bigger-yet air intakes, plus a scattered group of M badges to make clear that it’s a hottest model of them all.

Interior

More functional than some comparable vehicles for back-seat occupants, the rear bench can hold three passengers, though two will be more comfortable. The X6’s roofline tapers downward near the back end of the vehicle, so head clearance for occupants in the back row isn’t as restricted as it would be in other coupe-like models.

Leg space could be better, measuring an inch shorter than the X5 provides. Overall, though, the interior is a tad roomier than the X5. Four passengers should be content, though the less-fortunate fifth rider is likely to be squeezed.

Compared to the X5, too, cargo volume isn’t heavily penalized. Available space totals 26.6 cubic feet with the back seat up. The X6’s tall ride height makes the cargo floor readily accessible.

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