650 not suitable for daily driving

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Asked by May 29, 2011 at 07:47 PM about the 2010 BMW 6 Series 650i Coupe RWD

Question type: General

I am thinking of buying a 6501, but have read several reviews that this can is unsuitable for daily driving, due to operational cost.  I would appreiciate comments from current owners

thanks

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yup the 650i aint suitable because it guzzles up a lot of fuel so try another model frm bmw itself i suggest u go for the 330i model or if u travel alot i suggest u so fr the diesel model(320d)

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thanks very much for your response. my last car was a CLK350 whihc was pretty good on fuel burn

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I drive a 645 and it is my daily driver. It drives great and I get about 18 mpg around town in stop and go traffic...just made a road trip from Texas to Kansas and averaged 29 mpg over the whole trip...couldn't believe it!

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No BMW is a daily driver. The ride is so bad they break your teeth. None of them really get that great of gas mileage. They break if you look at them the wrong way. Only reason to get one really is to play or if you have extra money to blow.

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i have been driving Mercedes for the past 10 years, but want a bit more ump had bad experience with BMW 20 years ago thnaks

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You can always go with AMG. At least they are comfortable to drive every day. They dont handle quite as well as the BMW but they do handle very well. I just find a Mercedes has the perfect mixture of comfort and and performance. If I were still 18 it might be different. lol The thing that annoys me the most about BMW is the interior rattles. Everything rattles in those cars. Esp an E70. To me it just makes the car feel cheap.

You can drive it every day. It's a great car but not as good as my Mercedes. It does require alot of maintenance. BUt it's a BMW, what did you expect? The more it cost, the more maintenance. My Mercedes also requires heavy maintenance. They are luxury cars. You are going to pay luxury prices, too! Quit whining or get a Ford or Chevy. They are cheaper to own and probably just as much fun.

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