Lot 260 - 2006 BMW E63 630i Coupé
|Odometer reading||124,000 miles|
- Optional electric glass roof
- Over £8,000 of optional extras
The BMW 6 Series has been produced by BMW since 1976, the successor to the E9 Coupé and currently in its fourth generation, initially only available as a two-door coupé, however a convertible body style was later added with the introduction of the BMW E63/E64 6 Series in 2004. The second generation of 6 Series sold from 2003 to 2010 re-introduced the 6 series to the BMW line up after a 14 year break after the E24 6 series finished production. Using a shortened 5 series chassis and sharing many features, the car initially drew criticism, due to its controversial styling and complicated iDrive system but become a much loved grand tourer capable of travelling great distance in supreme comfort and of course with the M6 model which was powered by the S85 V10 engine it became more desirable as a performance machine.
This 630i Coupé is presented in Titanium Silver Metallic with exclusive Pearl Black leather, heated sports seats and high-gloss Dark Birch Wood, a stunning example and one that has been quite clearly cherished. The previous vendor not only worked for BMW but was also a genuine BMW enthusiast. This 6 series was specified from factory with over £8,000 of extras including full professional navigation system and the desirable electric tilt full glass roof, with the car sitting on optional double-spoke 120 light alloy wheels alone, a £950 option. Owned by the vendor since 2013, this car has been serviced every year religiously having wanted for nothing in its maintenance and is supplied with a very comprehensive service file. Offered with an MoT test certificate valid until 7th February 2020 and with such a huge specification with a capital cost when new in excess of £54000, this is fabulous value for money and viewing is certainly recommended.
Guide Price £3,000 - £6,000
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