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If you've been saving your spare change to pick up one of these new BMW
models later this year, well, now you can more accurately estimate how many wheelbarrows full of nickels you'll need to dump into the Coinstar machine at your local grocery store.
We'll start with the 2013 6 Series Gran Coupe
. While we already knew the six-cylinder 640i Gran Coupe would start at $76,895 including destination charges
, prices on the V8 models have now been set. The 650i will sell for $87,395, while the 650i xDrive model will command $90,395. Both are powered by a twin-turbo, 445-horsepower, 4.4-liter V8, which BMW says can propel the all-wheel-drive version from 0-62 miles per hour in 4.5 seconds. (The rear-wheel-drive model is a tick slower at 4.6 seconds.) The 640i goes on sale in late June, with the V8 models coming towards the end of summer.
The M series cars will command substantially more, with the 2012 M6
Convertible commanding all of $113,995 when it goes on sale in June. The M6 Coupe and M5
will go on sale in late summer as 2013 models, with the M6 carrying a $106,995 MSRP and the M5 listing at $90,695. All three models will share a twin-turbo, 560-horsepower, 4.4-liter V8.
The price of a fourth M vehicle, the revised 2013 BMW X6 M
, has also been announced. It will sell for $93,795, a $2,600 increase from this year's model. For more details, scroll down
to check out the official release.BMW prices 6 Series Gran Coupe, M5 and M6 for U.S.
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