Since the 650 is a perfect touting car, maybe the automatic would be more appropriate.orbit i would buy a m6 but i already have a 2006 m5 which i would be keeping.....i test drove a 650 today ....but it was a smg i liked it but of course a v10 is a special engine,also i am thinkin of doing eu delivery so i will get also 7% discount plus a mini vacation,What is your thoughts regarding thecar overrall in a six speed that i want to get?
I do not foresee getting tired of driving my M6 anytime soon... Shifting and revving up is part of the fun.I own a 650i and have recently test driven an M6. Drives totally different. The shifts are very noticable and it has a harder suspension, even in comfort mode. Lack of torque makes you drive like a hooligan in that car, constantly having to rev the engine for speed. After a while you'll get tired of all the shifting and you'll want your 650i back. It doesn't have the speed, but does have torque, comfortable ride and a decent automatic. Try it yourself and see. My dealer told me there're lots of recent M5 and M6's on the market with short mileage. Makes you think.
+1...it's a sports car so you're supposed to drive it like this!I do not foresee getting tired of driving my M6 anytime soon... Shifting and revving up is part of the fun.
It isn't a car for everybody, just like the 650i isn't the car for performance-oriented enthusiasts. Lots of people probably buy the M5/6 because it is the top-of-the-line 5er or 6er. And that it is... but if there exists an owner that doesn't like the tad-stiffer suspension, the quick shifts, the revving up of the motor and all they want is a boulevard cruiser that chugs along at 2500 RPMs, then the M5/6 is definitely NOT the car for them.My dealer told me there're lots of recent M5 and M6's on the market with short mileage. Makes you think.