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  • 2020 BMW X6 M
    RM 12,371/Month RM 1,168,918

Key Highlights

Blistering pace, oodles of traction xDrive makes it more controllable than an M6 Massive stopping power
Surprisingly practical for an M model Massive road presence Premium yet intuitive interior

Overview

With SUVs being all the rage these days, it is only logical for BMW Malaysia to introduce an M variant of the X6. 

The BMW X6 M was launched back in 2015, boasting a 4.4-litre turbocharged V8 that churns out 575 hp and 750 Nm. An eight-speed automatic takes care of shifting duties, and it enables the large 2.3 tonne SUV to complete the century sprint in just 4.2 seconds.

Read more: 2015 BMW X6 M Unleashed In Malaysia: Estimated From RM1.2mil

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Key Details

  • Body Type: SUV
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 4395 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol
  • Seat Capacity: 5
  • Price: RM 1,168,918

Key Details

  • Body Type: SUV
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 4395 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol
  • Seat Capacity: 5
  • Price: RM 1,168,918

User Review of BMW X6 M

4.3 Excellent
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Showing 19 reviews sorted by Latest Year
5 Excellent
Low
Owner of 2020 Bmw X6

Car is so cool and comfortable

Bmw exterior and interior are so cool for me,and its also comfortable to drive - Less
1 person found this helpful
4 Very Good
Ahmad
Owner of 2019 Bmw X1

My lovely bmwx1

When i drove bmw x1 i am fell like maverick in top gun,ethan hunt in mission impossible and tom cruise in action.the car acceleration is superb, the car stability is astonishing and stylish outlook.the car fit my small family as well. - Less
1 person found this helpful
4 Very Good
George
Owner of 2019 Bmw X1

Great driving experience

As many cars in the D segment getting more expensive, the C segment BMW X1 as a continental car is a steal and is not much smaller either. Performance, interior and exterior design is of good quality and feel in comparison with the Japanese makes. However, the car safety and other features could be further improved as features like lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring, anti-collision etc which is now quite basic is missing and sadly only available on the 5 series, X5 and above models. - Less
5 Excellent
CHAN
Owner of 2018 Bmw X5

Superior fuel efficiency with hybrid technology

The car is comfort, power and fuel saving, especially in urban area, those traffic light start stop situation makes the normal car to consume more fuel, with hybrid technology, the car use only battery and the engine is cut off. I am happy with my choice - Less
1 person found this helpful
4 Very Good
E
Owner of 2018 Bmw X1

The X1 F48...an entry into the world of BMW

The X1, in its sDrive20i F48 form, finally looks like a proper crossover SUV, albeit being the little-est sibling in the BMW SAV range. It is powered by the ubiquitous B48 4-pot TwinPowerTurbo engine with twin-scroll turbocharger. At 193 bhp and 280 Nm, this is sufficient to propel the little F48 to a century sprint time of 7.6 secs, which is pretty swift for a car of this type and size. The model I own is the first batch of a mini upgrade done in mid-2018, which includes minor tweaks to the B48A20 engine, change of transmission from a ZF 8-speed conventional auto g'box to a 7-speed wet DCT made by Getrag. Other improvements are the flat bezel-less iDrive display panel, black type speedometer and tachometer and improved LCD panel, electronic gear shifter and a new iDrive controller dial. the engine cover is also changed to one without the BMW roundel badge. Some other cosmetic changes to the dashboard trims which are not piano black with out the red coloured lining. Driving Characteristics / Ride & Handling - Similar to the Mini Clubman, sharp steering - Ride is not too harsh but firm as expected from a Bimmer crossover - Would have been nice to have the the more powerful sDrive28i in Malaysia, that would be just nice Build Quality - Mostly acceptable to me except for the plastic parts such as the center armrest console clip which broke off and I claimed under warranty. the plastics quality could be further improved. That being said, warranty claims are pretty quick and painless, I am thankful for that. Space - Front seats are acceptable for a large framed guy - Driver's position is pretty good and dashboard angled towards the driver - Rear seating space will be pretty tight for more than 2 pax. For 2 adults, its barely ok. I would not recommend this car as a sole family vehicle with older kids. - boot space is pretty good and the lack of a spare tyre means there is additional space hidden beneath the floorboard. In summary, I am quite happy with this little runabout SUV, and would enjoy driving it before the next car, hopefully a 3-series. - Less
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2020 BMW X6 M
RM 12,371/Month RM 1,168,918
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RM 12,371/Month RM 1,168,918

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