The BMW X6 comes as a carryover model for 2016. And we totally agree with this as there is hardly anything that needs to be fixed on the X6. It gets powerful engine options, the ride and handling are among the best in the segment, and the top-class cabin remains a driver’s delight. As usual, the BMW X6 comes in two trims that offer two engine options. The base trim offers a choice of RWD and xDrive AWD configuration while the other trim has an xDrive AWD standard.
The prices for the 2016 BMW X6 range from sixty grand to seventy-five grand. For long the BMW X6 has remained unchallenged in the segment but the rival brands are catching up on the trend and have their own offering now rivaling the X6. The rivals of the X6 include the likes of Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class Coupe, Porsche Cayenne, and the Infiniti QX70.