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  • “Yes, yes, the M6 has a rear seat, and with cooperation from those up front, adults can in fact arrange themselves back there. But like the parcel-shelf rear seat in a Porsche 911, it?s best suited to stowing a case of Dom Perignon and a couple pounds of beluga caviar for an emergency supply run to Sag Harbor.” — Car and Driver
  • “The subdermal M6 is structurally similar to, but not quite identical with, the M5 sedan. At 109.5 inches, the wheelbase is 4.2 inches shorter than the M5's, and there are also tiny track-dimension differences, although overall length is all but identical. Sheetmetal distinctions are obviously more profound. There are fewer doors, and the 54.0-inch roofline is 3.8 inches lower than the M5?s.” — Car and Driver
  • “It also emits sounds that can provoke mildly sociopathic behavior. This is true at any rpm north of idle, but more so as speed climbs, a sweet crescendo of temptation.” — Car and Driver
  • “The M6's performance and handling characteristics can be tailored to suit a wide range of driving styles and preferences.” — Forbes
  • “Edmunds editors have found the performance of the BMW M6 to be simply intoxicating. The sounds emanating from the V10 power plant are like nothing else available to consumers. The M6 convertible only adds to the aural pleasure. With the sun and sky overhead, the song of an F1-inspired V10 in your ear and 500 hp underfoot, life just doesn't get much better for an automotive enthusiast.” — Edmunds.com
  • “Unfortunately, because the M6 is a BMW, it comes equipped with BMW's iDrive. Designed to help simplify the interface between the driver and the vehicle's various electronic systems, iDrive has been vilified by most of the automotive media, including Edmunds' editors and many owners. What was supposed to help simplify has only served to complicate and frustrate.” — Edmunds.com
  • “As a four-seat performance luxury convertible, the M6 has no peer. ” — Motor Trend

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