The 2016 BMW 650i Coupe is a unique model in the fleet of sports coupe and convertible. As they said, you cannot find something like it based in its size and likeness even amongst the models of Mercedes-Benz and Audi. It also holds its reputation as one of the best, being placed among the best three under the premium sports coupes and convertibles segment.
What You Can Get
2016 650i Coupe is endowed with the fashionable LED headlights and kidney-shaped grilles. It also gets a posh interior highlighting two-tone leather upholstery.
Under the hood, you get the more powerful V8 that is 45 more in horsepower as compared to the 2012 model. It also gets an 8-speed automatic with manual shifting mode for the transmission. Alas, its electrically assisted steering does not come up with the legendary standards of tactile feedback that was once a defining feature of BMWs.
You can find the standard Dynamic Damper Control in the 6-series, as well as the drive-mode selector that gives you 5 preset options—Eco pro, Comfort, Comfort+, Sport and Sport+. You can adjust into your preferred flavor through the iDrive interface car settings menu through the big center screen. Now, if you want to upgrade your 650i coupe, then add $2500 for the Adaptive Drive suspension option.
Moreover, you can include a touchpad which enables you for the ‘write’ feature. You can customize more by adding a few more apps to the entertainment system including the $200 smartphone integration box.
- Category : Premium Sports Coupes and Convertibles
- Engine : twin-turbocharged V-8, front placement
- Transmission : 8-speed automatic with manual shifting mode
- Drivetrain : RWD
- Power : 445hp
- Torque : 480 lb.-ft.
- 0-60 mph : 4.1 seconds
- Top Speed : 129 mph (governor limited)
- Mileage : (city) 17 MPG; (highway) 25 MPG
- Price : starting at $88,850 to $91,500 (as tested)