The BMW X6 was introduced in 2008 as a Sports Activity Coupe (SAC). This SAC seats four, and is available in several power versions: the 225 kW version, the 300kW version, and the 408 kW version. This is a crossover car which combines the style of an SUV with the features of a coupe. The car also packs a punch in terms of entertainment, and includes the iDrive system.
The X6 is also a very popular car in the used car market. If you are considering buying an X6, make sure you include insurance costs in your financial estimates. Insurance can account for up to 5% of your costs, which is much higher than it seems. The average annual insurance for an X6 ranges between $1,387 and $2905, and the insurance rate is higher than $1400 in almost all the states. The median price of this car ranges between $36,991 in Texas to $23,975 in Alaska.
Insuring an X6 is extremely expensive in almost all the states, but the table below lists the most expensive states to buy and insure an X6 –
|State||Insurance Average ($)||Median Price ($)||Total cost of purchase including insurance ($)||Insurance %|
In California, you might have to pay 4% of you median price for insuring your X6, though the total cost of purchasing the X3 is really exorbitant here.
There are several ways by which the insurance rates for the BMW X6 can be reduced. For instance, you can increase the security for your car by parking it in a garage instead of parking it one the drive way. But under no certain terms should one lie otherwise. This is because if there occurs a theft and you are found to be lying, the whole insurance claim can be invalidated.