It also has a four-door-coupé form which may not be the sleekest of its kind, but one that pits the 6 GT against the likes of the Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class. But its price tag and space and comfort at the rear also put in consideration for those looking at buying the E-Class long-wheelbase sold in India. Speaking of it, the E-Class too was updated recently.
I had someone ferry me in the rear seat for a longish distance and the ride quality is comparable to most new German cars. It is quite plush and only the harsher joints in the road are felt inside the cabin. It is quite soft for a BMW, but that is only in the Comfort+ mode, which will soften the damping on the air-springs in all four corners.
BMW 6 Series GT price starts at ₹ 68.50 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 79.50 Lakh (Avg. ex-showroom). 6 Series GT comes in 3 variants. The price of 6 Series GT petrol top version is ₹ 68.50 Lakh. The price of 6 Series GT diesel base version is ₹ 70.00 Lakh. Whereas the price of 6 Series GT automatic version starts from ₹ 68.50 Lakh.
"Size matters and this is ably demonstrated by the BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo as its handling is just not as deft as the physically smaller 5 Series range. This is not to say the GT baulks when it arrives at a corner, but you have to be aware this is a car on the same scale as the 7 Series and all that means when it comes to dealing with bends."