2018 BMW 6 Series vs 2018 Audi A8
Prospective car buyers in the market for a luxury sedan have quite a few options to choose from. This can make it rather difficult to narrow down choices and make a final decision on which vehicle is the best one. Our team here at Pacific BMW is ready to help. We’re working hard to make the car-buying process easier than ever before by providing detailed information for drivers who are having a hard time making a decision.
For this one, we’re going to focus in on the 2018 BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe by comparing it to the 2018 Audi A8. Both vehicles have seating for five with four doors and are set with similar performance capabilities and available features. We’re going to highlight more similarities and differences below in more detail, so let’s dive in!
|2018 BMW 640i Gran Coupe||2018 Audi A8 L|
|315-hp, 3.0L I-6||Engine||333-hp, 3.0L V-6|
|8-speed automatic||Transmission||8-speed automatic|
|20 city/29 hwy||MPG||19 city/29 hwy|
|60/40 split-folding bench||Rear Seat Type||Full bench|
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As we can see from the chart above, the 2018 BMW 640i Gran Coupe and the 2018 Audi A8 L have quite a bit in common. Both are set with the same size engine and exactly the same transmission. Drivers will notice that the Audi A8 is slightly more powerful, but the BMW 640i is slightly more efficient. One notable difference is that the BMW 6 Series offers a free maintenance warranty for 36 months or 36,000 miles, whereas the Audi A8 offers it for 12 months or 10,000 miles.
Those who choose the BMW will notice there is slightly more room for the drive and front seat passenger to stretch out their legs. However, rear seat passengers will have more space in the Audi. As noted above, the BMW offers a more convenient, flexible rear seating option that allows for more storage options. In the trunk, drivers will find 16.2 cubic feet in the BMW and 14.2 cubic feet in the Audi. Both vehicles are set standard with cruise control, leather-wrapped steering wheels and heated front seats. The BMW comes out on top with standard AUX ports, in-vehicle assistance service and stolen vehicle tracking, which are not available on the A8.
Drivers interested in learning more are welcome to contact us here at Pacific BMW for further details. Those looking to get behind the wheel can do so by scheduling a test drive online today.