BMW M6 & BMW M4: Two Of The Best BMW Cars In The Market Right Now

Mar 22, 2017 09:41 AM EDT | Paula


Known for its stylish and efficient cars, BMW released BMW M4 that is being compared now to the BMW M6. But which car is actually better?

Considered by many as the Sophia Vergara of cars, BMW M6 remains to be one of the sexiest cars on the market. It might be older than its competitor but it still remains to be one of the most alluring cars in the market.

This car first appeared four years ago with a 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine, which has a 560 hp and 500 torque. It also has a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission that has the ability of 0-60 mph for 4.0 second. It cost around $55,000 when it was released back in 2013, report BMWBlog.

As for the BMW M4, it is a recently released car that can compete against Audi A5 Coupe and Mercedes C-Class Coupe. This is one of the best performance vehicles in the market right now.

According to Auto Express, this car comes with the standard 420i engine. However, the car can also have a 430i engine that has a four-cylinder turbo like the 420i engine. For more power, the car can also accommodate a 440i that has a six-cylinder.

Using the standard engine, the BMW M4 can go from 0-62 mph in 7.3 seconds that is capable for daily purposes. The car costs start around $66,200, this is around $10,000 higher than a BMW M6.

Despite the cars different engines, the cars are similar when it comes to engine performance. However, when it comes to the handling performance, the new addition to the BMW brand is better than its predecessor.

When it comes to comfort, that is where BMW M4 is beaten by its 2013 predecessor. BMW M6 gives drivers a fun and smooth ride and has a better interior with bigger seats and spacious cabins.

To be completely honest, BMW M4 and BMW M6 are both wonderful cars that give a remarkable great performance. It's just a matter of carefully choosing what car is best for consumers. 

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