2004 BMW 635

2004 BMW 635
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Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:4500 cm3
Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:Automatic
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain:FR or RR
Price (out of date):$93000

2004 BMW 635 specs, Engine size 4500cm3, Fuel type Gasoline, Drive wheels FR or RR, Transmission Gearbox Automatic

BMW 6 Series refers to two generations of automobile from BMW, both being based on their contemporary 5 Series sedans. The first was the E24, launched in 1976 to replace the 3.0CS & 3.0CSi (E9). In 2003, BMW released the all new E63/ E64 which was available as a coupé and convertible. Models were the 645ci (later replaced with the 650i) and the 630i. The highest performance 6 series is the BMW M6.

Competitors include the Cadillac XLR, Mercedes-Benz SL, Lexus SC430, and Jaguar XK.

Main article: BMW E24

The original 6 Series was the successor to the E9 coupés, namely the 2800CS, 3.0CS and 3.0CSi. The new E24 chassis was safer than that of the E9, meeting new United States federal crash and rollover standards. The original 6-Series was first launched in August 1976. This car had a 3210cc engine with 197PS (145kW). In 1980 debuted the 635CSi, with a 3453cc SOHC, 218PS (160kW) engine and a top speed of 222km/ h (138mph). The 635CSi could reach 100km/ h (62mph) in 7.4 seconds. A luxury version, known as the L6 arrived in 1987 with leather headliner and trim and other accoutrements.

In 1983 BMW took the M88/ 3, a modified version of the M88/ 1 from the BMW M1 and put it in the E24 chassis, creating the M635CSi, or M6. This had a DOHC 24-valve 3453cc, 286PS (210kW) engine, taken from the BMW M1 with a top speed of 255km/ h (158mph). The M6 reached 100km/ h in 6.2 seconds. The M6 also had improved suspension, brakes, and a close-ratio manual transmission.

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