Bought new, Owned for 1 Year
Fuel Economy: 11.0 km/litre (9.1 L/100 km), RON95
- Lots of leg & head space for front and rear occupants.
- Supportive leather sport seats, best in cognac color.
- Large boot 600L-1800L, similar to X5 volume.
- Car sits higher than G30 5 series sedan, but lower than G05 X5 SUV style. Good compromise cockpit view.
- Comfortable cruiser on highway with good sound insulation, eventhough with frameless door
- Capable B48 2.0L (258hp) engine with 48V mild hybrid greatly improves fuel saving. Great engine, quiet, powerful, light.
- Enough tech & safety equipment; iDrive, large 12" screens, adaptive cruise control, ambient light, clear HUD, bright Laserlight, movable air vent.
- Unique sight on the road, sets you apart from numerous G30 5 series.
- Has Mineral White paint (3 layers) instead of Alpine White (1 layer), giving an upmarket shine.
- Humongous M Sport brakes, about 470mm rotors I think.
- Given 3 keys; Standard key, Display key (but cannot remote park), NFC card. With iPhone, can unlock and start car.
- Handling is floaty. It isn't meant for corners, rear passengers can get car sick.
- Front air suspension removed, probably due to cost. Previous 6GT had all around air suspension.
-Rear seat no recline adjustment. Other countries have electric adjustment.
- No 360 degree camera. ONLY reverse camera on RM400k car?
- No auto driving (Driving Assistance PROFESSIONAL is a Level 2). Would've been a good option for BMW Malaysia to include a cruiser car with this.
Been a great car to own (moving up from F10 5 series LCI) for the driving pleasure a 6GT can offer.
Not too keen on blasting corners every time, just great to drive overall.
Power available is very capable on city roads and highway driving that can match Golf GTI in straight line.
Good alternative to a G30 530i or i4 eDrive40.
Do upgrade (aftermarket) to Bowers Wilkins speaker system, Harman Kardon is useless.
Yes, I would recommend this car