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About the BMW 650

Vehicle Summary

If you're shopping for a sleek and stylish executive car with plenty of power under the hood, the BMW 6 Series may be worth a look. This two-door, four-seat luxury car is available in both coupe and convertible body styles—with the 650i offered as the top-tier trim. 

Powered by a zesty turbocharged 4.4L V8 engine, the BMW 650i is offered as part of the 6 Series' third generation (2012-2018)—and while rear-wheel drive is standard, BMW's innovative xDrive all-wheel drive system is available. Whether you opt for the rear-wheel drive 650i or prefer the 650i xDrive, you'll indulge in standard equipment that includes 16-way power front seats with memory settings, premium leather upholstery, and a booming 16-speaker surround-sound system. 

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Q: What is a 650i coupe?

A: The 650i coupe is a two-door, four-passenger version of the 6 Series offered by BMW through 2018. 

Q: Does BMW still make the 6 Series convertible?

A: No, production of the BMW 6 Series convertible ended in 2018. 

Q: Is the BMW 650i being discontinued?

A: Yes, the BMW 650i (and the entire 6 Series) was discontinued in 2018 and replaced by the 8 Series beginning with the 2019 model year. 

Q: What engine is in a BMW 650i?

A: A turbocharged 4.4L V8 engine at 445 hp is standard on every BMW 650i. 

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BMW 650i Trim Configurations

The third generation of BMW 6 Series ran from 2014 through 2018, and the 650i was one of two trims offered for each model year. This trim is offered in both coupe and convertible body styles, with the latter featuring a power soft top and sun-reflective upholstery. Situated as the 6 Series' top-tier trim, standard equipment on the 2017 650i includes: 

  • 19-inch wheels 
  • 16-way power front seats 
  • Memory settings for driver and passenger seats 
  • Premium leather upholstery 
  • 16-speaker Harman Kardon surround-sound system 

All 650i trims are equipped with a turbocharged 4.4L V8 engine at 445 hp, as well as an eight-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive. The 650i trim is further offered with an optional all-wheel drive system known as "xDrive." 

The 650i is also available with a number of package add-ons; the following package features are specific to the 2017 BMW 650i. 

Driver Assistance Plus Package

  • Surround-view camera system 
  • Blind-spot monitoring 
  • Lane-departure warning 
  • Adaptive cruise control 
  • Forward-collision warning with automatic braking 

Executive Package

  • Ventilated front seats 
  • Power rear sunshade 
  • Power-closing doors 
  • Drive heads-up display 

Black Accent Package 

  • Two-tone leather upholstery 
  • Dark exterior trim accents 
  • Exclusive wood cabin trim 
  • 19- or 20-inch wheels 

Individual Composition Package

  • Simulated suede headliner 
  • Premium leather upholstery in various color schemes 
  • Dark exterior trim accents 

M Sport Package

  • 19-inch wheels 
  • Aerodynamic body kit 
  • Faux suede headliner 
  • Sport steering wheel 
  • Dark exterior trim accents 

Reviews for BMW 650

Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5(30 reviews)

Luxury and Performance

This car handles like a dream. It has the best brakes I have ever seen. The steering actually responds to the brakes. Most other cars will loose their direction when you slam on the brakes and so you have to compensate by steering. With this car, slam on the brakes and the car does not change its direction. This is huge not only for safety but also performance because it enables you to drive the car while the car maintains its own control. The car's default setting is for a luxury ride. The transmission can be switched to sport mode with the gear shift to pass other cars. Or both the transmission and the motor can be switched to sport mode with the sport button for best overall performance. This car's performance in sport mode just gets better whereas some other cars tend to get squirrelly. Why drive those other cars in sport mode if they sacrifice control for speed? This car makes no such sacrifices. Having said that, normal mode performance is more than adequate for daily driving. I drive it sport mode just to have more fun with it. The moon roof is so large that it's like having a convertible without the problems of a convertible. The trunk is huge. The back seats are comfortable and they provide enough leg space for all but the tallest people. You can feel the quality in this car. It's built to last with systems that monitor their own quality control. Some cars will tell you that they need service but they won't provide any details. This car tells you exactly what service is necessary and when for many of its sytems, not just the engine. This car always turns heads and never fails to impress. I give it 5 out of 5 stars in all categories except value for the money. But I don't think anyone buys a BMW because its cheap. You're going to have to pay some premium for a car like this.

- Axle, 2007 BMW 650

Nice Ride

This car is awesome! It was my fiance's pick, but I have fallen in love with it, too. Pros: The ride is so smooth, it's hard to feel how fast the car is going without constantly checking the speedometer. Sound system is very good, and there's actually more trunk space than I thought there would be. Interior is very sleek and well designed and the front seats are very roomy - and very posh. 3 driver seat memory settings are easy to set, and the leather seems to have been maintained pretty well by the previous owner. This car definitely turns heads and receives countless compliments. Cons: Setting the car's computer is a little complicated, but my fiance has figured it all out. There's no point to having a backseat, because, even if the driver is under 5'3", there is not enough room in the back seat for anyone except a small child (or a sideways-sitting, law breaking adult). Only drawback to the dash is the fact that the sight lines to the turn signal indicators are covered by the thick steering wheel (both I at 5'6" and my fiance at 6'2" have the same problem). The turn signal bar only requires a very light touch, so there have been a few times that I accidentally drovee a few blocks without realizing it. The GPS system control is pretty outdated - no touch screen, just a push knob that takes a while to input addresses. The convertible top seems to wear at the joints - might have been strained by weather in it's previous owner's location.

- CurtisBridge, 2006 BMW 650

A purchase of more than a car.

No other car I have owned (Porsche Carrera, Lexus, Volvo etc.), comes even close to the beauty and luxurious ride of this car. Every time I return home I am compelled to utter "God, I love that car." At times returning to me car briefly lost in thought, I will look up thrilled to marvel anew at how beautiful it is. I have never in my many years ever believed I could feel that way about a car. It is just plain fun every day.

- Rudolf Corona, 2007 BMW 650

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.