2010 BMW M5, M6 and 6 Series Will Not Cost More...

... in the US than they did until now. BMW will not raise prices for the 2010 model year versions of the M5, M6 and 6 series. But this doesn't mean BMW fans will not have any surprises. The kind we all like. BMW will add something extra to the above-mentioned models, reported.

The BMW M5 ($85,500 base price) and the M6 ($102,100 base price for the coupe version) will get as standard the new iDrive system as well as an HD radio. Both equipments are also available for the 6 Series, which features as standard an automatic transmission. If manual transmission is your thing, BMW provides it for the 6 Series for an extra $250.

BMW Individual Composition Package's price has been scaled down by the company, as it now stands at $7,700, to which you should add an extra $1,800 if you go for the individual paintwork as well. The package includes Full Merino leather, Individual Trim, Anthracite or Alcantara headliner, Shadowline trim and 19 inch Individual Wheels and illuminated door sills.

For the 7 Series, the Individual Package in about the same as the one for the 6 Series. The only difference is that, for the same $7,700, you will get 20 inch wheels instead of the 19 inch ones of the 6 Series. The 7 Series also benefits from the Individual paintwork, also priced at $1,800.

The most expensive of BMW's models we mentioned is the M6 convertible, which starts at $107,900. The least expensive remains the 650i coupe, whose base price stands at $78,200.
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