NEW BMW M6 FOR SALE IN WILKES-BARRE, PA

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BMW M6 Gran Coupe

Probably one of the fastest vehicles in the world, the BMW M6 returns for a little more. Flush with fine leathers, carbon fiber componentry and color contrasted stitching, the BMW M6 Gran Coupe is back in both standard and Competition editions. The question to ask is, "Just how much power is enough?"

To that question, we answer, "Yes."

The BMW M6 is the high performance version of the 6 Series Gran Coupe model. Previously configured as a two-door convertible or a four-door passenger "coupe," the M6 features the best the brand can offer in power and performance. For those who choose two-door al-fresco driving, check out the upcoming BMW M8. It's a take on the legendary 8 Series model from days-gone-by with the return to North America of BMW's non-plus-ultra luxury coupe.

With a 4.4-liter V8 engine utilizing BMW M TwinPower turbocharged technologies, owners can partake of up to 552 horsepower between 6,000 and 7,000 rpm, couple with 500 lb-ft of torque between 1,500 - 5,750 rpm for a responsive kick in the pants that's available almost completely across the powerband. Packaged in the valley between the cylinder banks, the engine's turbochargers have less distance to push the compressed air charge into the cylinders.

If that's not enough (As if!) the M6 Gran Coupe Competition Package is also available.  

A stately luxury vehicle, the BMW M6 offers a grand touring take performance driving that is available to a select few, especially when ordered with the limited edition Competition package. The M6 Gran Coupe is available with a choice of 6-speed manual or smooth-shifting 7-speed Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) to offer performance and efficiency at the same time. But ordering the Competition Package model will bring forth an uprated 4.4-liter BMW TwinPower Turbocharged V8 engine that takes matters just a little bit further, making 600 horsepower at 6,250 rpm, and 516 lb-ft of torque between 1,500-6,000 rpm. For those who choose to row it yourself, be aware that you will be restricted to the standard M6 Gran Coupe. The M 6 Gran Coupe with optional Competition package is available exclusively with the M Steptronic DCT seven-speed transmission.

The new 7-speed M Steptronic transmission with Drivelogic has been configured for high performance usage that is still suitable for around-town driving. For those who enjoy rowing themselves, they can accomplish that task with a newly designed sequential gear selector or via the steering wheel-mounted paddle shift levers on the M badged steering wheel. Between the rear-wheel-drive M powertrain and the seven-speed gearbox, the Gran Coupe is capable of near-supercar acceleration with a zero to 60 mph time of 4.0 seconds and a top speed of 155 if normally configured. Expect to see 190 mph, if equipped with the M Driver's Package.

Using BMW M Drivelogic, the M6 Gran Coupe's transmission can be remapped according to the desired driving style. Mode 1 is suitable for around town, normal driving while Mode 2 steps up for quicker shifts. Drivelogic Mode 3 is for sport and enthusiast driving during track days and similar exercising.

If you are channeling your inner Formula 1 driver, there's also manual mode, which enables drivers to shift it with the gear selector using no automatic gear changes. As a result you are able to manually shift your BMW M6 Gran Coupe as though equipped with a standard manual shifter.

That way, it's possible to downshift into and through a turn following up with rapid acceleration after hitting the apex. In our book, that's just as it should be.

Visit BMW of Wyoming Valley to see the BMW M6 Gran Coupe and other fine BMW motor cars at your convenience.  There, your BMW Sales advisor can help you tailor the exact version of your Ultimate Driving Machine today.