BMW has announced the introduction of the 2015 X6 in Australia, where the cheapest version of the model, the xDrive30d, can be yours from 115,400 AUD.
The 2015 BMW X5 xDrive30d costs 115,400 AUD in the Pacific country and it is coming with the 3.0L turbo diesel engine under its hood, with 190 kW and 560 Nm of torque, connected to the 8-speed automatic transmission. For the money, its future owners will be getting the Driving Experience Control, with Eco-Pro, Comfort, Sport and Sport+ driving modes, the auto start/stop function, servotronic power steering, the xDrive AWD system, 20-inch wheels, eight airbags, ConnectedDrive Emergency Call and Teleservices, Driver Assistant Package, adaptive LED headlights, interior lighting package, rain sensing wipers, automatic headlights, leather seats, automatic tailgate, 9-speaker sound system, 10.2-inch professional navigation system, head-up display, 10.2-inch LCD multifunction display and more.
If you want the X6 xDrive50i, get ready to pay 151,600 AUD for this version, which is coming with the 4.4 liter twin turbo V8 petrol engine, producing a total output of 330 kW and 650 Nm of torque. Compared to the xDrive30d, this variant is adding the vehicle alarm system, the Adaptive Suspension Package, metallic paint, Driving Assistant Plus Package, four-zone air conditioning, Ceramic surrounds for iDrive controls, DAB digital radio, electrically adjustable lumbar support and several other tweaks. Last but not least, the X6 M50d is bringing the 3.0L tri-turbo diesel with 280 kW and 560 Nm of torque, along with the M-Adaptive suspension package, 20-inch M-alloy wheels, M aerodynamics package, M leather steering wheel and shadow line trim. The M Sport package costs 1,800 AUD on the 30d and it comes at no cost for the 50i.