2018 BMW X6 Review: Not Much Utility
– Cleveland, OH
BMW hopes the X6, which it calls a Sports Activity Vehicle, makes an emotional connection with you. That’s because any left-brained, analytical person will take one look it and toss it on the reject pile.
Basically an SUV with a space-restricting coupe-like roofline, the X6 costs more, holds less, and is not as comfortable than the traditional midsize BMW X5 SUV on which it’s based. There’s really no case for buying one unless it’s somehow gotten under your skin and you just gotta have it. In that case, just tell us and your conflicting hemisphere to shut the hell up.
With a base price of $62,950, the BMW X6 is relatively expensive compared to most other SUVs. In...