How fast is a 2008 BMW 650i?

The 650i coupe is powered by a 4.8-liter V8 engine that makes 360 horsepower at 6,300 rpm and 360 pound-feet of torque at 3,400 rpm — which, according to Consumer Guide, is “superb power and response for most any situation.” In fact, BMW reports that the 6-Series coupe has a top speed of 150 miles per hour (mph) and …

How fast is a 2015 BMW 650i?

186 mph
Top Speed: 186 mph (Est.)

Are BMW 650i good cars?

BMW 650i Reliability Rating Breakdown. The BMW 650i Reliability Rating is 2.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 24th out of 30 for luxury fullsize cars. The average annual repair cost is $1,012 which means it has poor ownership costs.

How fast is the BMW 650i Gran Coupe?

With 444 hp, the twin turbocharged 4.4 Liter 32v quad-cam V8 gasoline engine (BMW N63B44) accelerates this 650i Gran Coupé to 62 mph in 4.6 seconds and on to a maximum speed of 155 mph.

What kind of engine does a BMW 650i have?

Though all three Series use the Valvetronic V-8 engine, the 650i Coupe achieves the best acceleration because it is the lightest of the V-8 models. Like the 550i but not the 7 Series, both 650i models are available with all three BMW transmission types: manual, STEPTRONIC automatic and Sequential Manual Gearbox (SMG). All are 6-speeds.

How much does a 650i Coupe cost?

For the new model year, the models are the newly powered and named 650i Coupe, at 72495$ including destination charge; and the 650i Convertible at 79495$. (Gas Guzzler taxes apply to some versions.) Each is powered by a new 4.8-liter, 360-hp Valvetronic V8 that is also winning hearts and minds in the ‘06 750i/Li and 550i models.

What is the difference between the BMW 650i and 550i sedan?

Thanks in part to standard run-flat tires, the 650i Coupe provides almost as much trunk space as the 550i Sedan; the Convertible trunk, with its variable softtop storage compartment, is also relatively spacious for a car with a folding top.

What makes the 6 series different from other BMW models?

The current 6 Series goes well beyond that worthy ancestor, incorporating a muscular V-8 engine, some of BMW’s most advanced chassis technology, luxury and safety features that were unheard-of in the Eighties, and the availability of a Convertible as well as a Coupe.