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$68,910
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On Safety
The guiding hand of advanced-tech safety features makes the 6-Series one of the safer touring-coupe picks.
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The 2013 BMW 6-Series family hasn't been crash-tested, in any of its body styles, by the U.S. safety agencies. But with many of the same safety-oriented accident avoidance features that are offered in BMW's sedans, the 6-Series models are secure picks. 

Whether you go for the 640i or 650i models in Coupe, Convertible, or Gran Coupe styles, or if you get the M6, the 6-Series includes advanced dynamic stability control and traction control; anti-lock brakes; cornering brake control; dynamic brake control; start-off assistance; and automatic brake drying function.

A heads-up display; adaptive LED headlights; rear-view, top-view, and side-view cameras; integral active steering, and night-view cameras with pedestrian detection are all among the many extras for those wanting to splurge a little more on top technology that might also improve safety.

Conclusion

The guiding hand of advanced-tech safety features makes the 6-Series one of the safer touring-coupe picks.

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