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5th October, 2009

Local pricing and equipment details for BMW’s X6 M, which arrives in Australian showrooms this December, have been announced.

The X6 M will be priced from $179,900*. It joins the X6 range which has, thanks to 734 customer deliveries in its first year, exceeded BMW sales forecasts and become a niche sales hit.

“The X6 delivered exactly what a select group of Australian luxury buyers were crying out for,” says Stavros Yallouridis, the Australian head of BMW Group Australia.

“Their first priority was a car with coupe design, agility and performance, street credibility and uniqueness. In addition, they appreciated the versatility offered by a sports activity vehicle.”

“Many X6 customers are entrepreneurs or self employed professionals with one or no kids, and new to the BMW brand. They told us that traditional SUV styling was boring and normal coupes offered less versatility than the X6.”

“Now with the arrival of the X6 M, we’re able to offer an M version which will tempt performance-oriented buyers considering an ML 63 AMG or Cayenne Turbo with benefits such as faster acceleration, less weight and better fuel consumption.”

“If on the other hand maximum practicality is a must, the X5 M arriving in January will be the perfect alternative,” he says.

The X5 M will be priced from $172,900* when it arrives in Australia after Christmas.

NOTE: * The prices indicated in this news article are the manufacturer's list prices and exclude dealer delivery charges and the various charges/duties/fees/levies/taxes imposed by the states and territories (commonly known as statutory charges). These excluded charges vary from dealer to dealer and from state/territory to state/territory and upon the individual circumstances of the intended registered owner.


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