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by BMW driving Dad. from San Diego CA | December 24, 2010
This vehicle walks the walk. If you are looking for a high performance and safe vehicle look no further. I love my X6M. I know it is expensive, but it's worth it.
The X6M can be driven very hard (555HP), but is equally at ease driven in a more sedate fashion with the wife and kids on board. I have owned many vehicles in my life, but one thing I have noticed with the BMW X6 is that other drivers on the road just get out of the way and let you pass. Only very few vehicles on the road command that respect and the X6M is one of them.