When the top is up, the roofline of the convertible is nearly identical to that of the coupe. Any novice driver can easily install it without affecting any parts of your engine. Prices do not include manufacturer's destination and delivery charges. The 645Ci offers a nice balance of ride and handling. And it comes in coupe and convertible styles. This convertible is terrific on the freeway, solid and shake-free.
It's also an efficient engine, so energy is not wasted but is instead channeled into fuel-efficient power. Maybe we should all stop worrying so much and just drive. The iDrive system features a big knob mounted on the center console that controls navigation, the audio system, climate controls, and other secondary functions. Does it make it in front of restaurants and music clubs? This helps throw light around bend when cornering, reducing shadows and improving visibility for the driver. The six-speed automatic transmission suits the car perfectly in L. More expertise in style was called for, so we drove to San Diego, where the designers at Nissan Design America agreed to walk around the car with us. Surely this is the work of optimists.
Like a dinosaur, you must adapt or die. It can be driven very hard into tight corners. So much style in one place really energized the students. In profile, the lines are sculpted but clean. You feel safely ensconced in this car, partly because of its high waistline.
These are art cars, not mere consumer products designed to have an appealing appearance. The side character line starts on the thermoplastic front fender, streaks across the aluminum door skin, and fades away into the steel rear quarter-panel, all the while maintaining perfect shape uniformity despite three completely diverse materials. We will also provide information and technical details to the customer s if confused. The convertible is remarkably quiet with the top up, nearly as quiet as the coupe. Our 24X7 technical staffs are very knowledgeable and customer friendly. The automatic is smooth in normal driving and very responsive for spirited driving. At first look performance chips sound hi-tech and complex to install.
As with the new 7 Series cars, critics don't like the way the rear deck looks somewhat disconnected from the rear fenders. Leather upholstery, a choice of rich interior trim, and a long list of luxury features are standard, including a sports suspension, 18-inch wheels, xenon adaptive headlamps, and park-assist. From the rear, however, the 6 Series cannot be identified as readily. But there was skepticism, too. Side marker lights at the trailing edge of the front wheel wells give the impression of attention to detail. In short, this is a neat feature but one of dubious merit. Various functions can be selected by sliding the big knob left or right, forward or aft, then turning it like a knob to work through menus displayed on a monitor on the center stack, and pressing down on the knob to select options.
Attention, Wall Street: The latest economic forecast comes from Munich, and this one definitely points up. The 645Ci coupe and 645Ci convertible are essentially hard top and soft top versions of the same car. Features both optional and standard include active anti-roll bars, variable-ratio steering, left-and-right-swiveling xenon headlamps, and an iDrive computer console with a porkpie superknob. Sadly, two huge mufflers overdampen the V-8 sound show from the twin polished tailpipes. Nevertheless, the familiar form of the 6-series interested them. In addition to increasing driver confidence, the system improves handling over bumps, increases cornering capability, and improves steering response.
Opt for the automatic, and the shifts--both up and down--are quick and slick. The engine sounds great, emitting a guttural roar under hard acceleration through its nicely tuned exhaust system. These engine chips could prove best tools for your car and increase the longevity of the engine. But the bottom line is that there's lots of power throughout the rev range, so the 645Ci responds quickly and precisely in any situation. Does it make it on the freeway and in the parking structures? The trunk is relatively large and can hold two sets of golf clubs. The grilles take front and center stage with no bumper ledge in front of them.
. But you pay the price in the need to learn a new set of protocols for virtually everything, right down to the control stalk for the directional signal. The stick is fingertip light, and the power gushes in one smooth surge through the flywheel. This 4189-pound car is as long as a 5-series sedan, so it drives like a big car, not a small one. And it comes in coupe and convertible styles. The coupe has a larger trunk 13 cubic feet than the convertible 12.
Handling is precise, with a superb self-centering feel to the steering. The steering is less lively than it should be, as if the engineers had spent too much time on steering action but not enough on steering feel. As we made our way back to Los Angeles, we learned that this car is, however, terrific to drive. The ride is taut but not harsh. As mentioned, the power rear windscreen can be lowered even when the top is up, though we didn't find it significantly added to air circulation. All the driver has to do is aim the 645 and it goes there. We needed some advice from serious design professionals, so we jumped on the freeway to the Art Center College of Design in nearby Pasadena.