Used BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo 2018-present review

Category: Luxury car

Section: Ownership cost

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Ownership cost

What used BMW 6 Series hatchback will I get for my budget?

Prices for a 2018 6 Series GT start at around £26,000, this for an early model in SE trim, bought from an independent dealer. Between £26,000 and £28,000 should find you one from a franchised dealer, with an average mileage and a full service history. Up the folding stuff to between £28,000 and £30,000 for a good 2019 car. 

How much does it cost to run a BMW 6 Series hatchback?

MPG

On paper, the most economical is the 620d in SE trim with an official WLTP fuel consumption of 46.3mpg. The 630d claims 43.5mpg, while the petrol 640i averages 31.4mpg in four-wheel-drive mode, and the 630i 34.9mpg. 

Car tax

All 6 Series GTs will have been registered after the tax changes of April 2017 came into force, so will pay annual car tax at the flat rate, currently £145 a year, although all models will also have to pay a supplementary luxury car tax for cars costing over £40,000 new, and that currently stands at £320 a year. 

Servicing

Servicing costs should be on a par with the regular 5 Series, with which this car shares many mechanical parts. BMW dealers can also offer service plans that allow you to pay by direct debit or plan for the costs of servicing. Insurance costs are relatively low, with all cars being in groups 40 to 50.