2011 BMW ActiveHybrid X6
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    2011 BMW ActiveHybrid X6 Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the BMW ActiveHybrid X6

    • It might not be the most efficient package on which to base a hybrid, but the X6 is one of the sportiest platforms yet to gain the ability.

      - Car and Driver

    What reviewers liked least about the BMW ActiveHybrid X6

    • Although we commend BMW's effort to embrace full-hybrid technology, and even the resulting vehicle's capability, the motives behind it seem cemented in corporate hubris.

      - Car and Driver
    • We'll cut to the chase. The ActiveHybrid X6 weighs 5,765 pounds, seats only four, has a maximum cargo capacity of just 60 cubic feet (a Honda CR-V has 73 cubes) and its twin-turbocharged V8 helps earn EPA fuel-economy estimates of just 17 city/19 highway mpg and 18 mpg combined. Oh, this bad boy also starts at nearly $90,000.

      - Edmunds.com

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