Oil Reset Procedure for BMW 640xi 2014-2015
Easy to follow oil reset procedure for BMW 640xi for the year 2014 and 2015.
BMW 640xi oil reset procedure for the year 2014 through 2015.
1. Press the start/stop button once (do not start the engine).
2. Press and hold the SET/RESET button until the service indicator light appears.
3. Press the SET/ RESET button repeatedly to scroll the service menu.
4. With the oil change interval highlighted, press and hold the SET/RESET button.
5. When “RESET” appears, release the SET/RESET button and press and hold again.
6. Reset complete when “OK” and new mileage appears.
7. Turn ignition off.
About BMW 640xi
No matter what it is, the BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo is intended to fill the shoes of the groundbreaking original 5 Series Gran Turismo. In addition, the GT is more of a luxury cruiser than it is a canyon carver, just as its name suggests.
The BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo is only available in the 640i xDrive trim level, which features an I6 engine with a capacity of 3.0 liters that has been turbocharged and all-wheel drive. The six-cylinder engine has plenty of grunt, with 335 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque on tap. This allows the beast to move from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 5.1 seconds, according to BMW’s estimates. The beast weighs 4,400 pounds.
The 6GT’s transmission, which was manufactured by ZF and comes standard with the Comfort mode, shifts through its eight gears as smoothly as the proverbial knife through warm butter. The throttle and transmission parameters are altered when in sport mode, which results in a more immediate delivery of the vehicle’s power. Additionally, the sport mode makes the steering and suspension more responsive. My test vehicle’s Dynamic Handling Package with Integral Active Steering, which is just a fancier name for rear-wheel steering, enhances the overall response to the inputs provided by the driver. The only things I can legitimately complain about are the poor quality of the run-flat tires and the fact that the brakes could use a bit more bite.
The adaptive mode is the most suitable for this vehicle because it allows the steering, suspension, and powertrain settings to be adjusted according to how I drive. Additionally, I appreciate the fact that this mode is compatible with the conventional navigation system and transmission, meaning that it will downshift before I approach an intersection or hold gears in between turns that are closely spaced.
The rear air suspension of the 640i GT can adjust to compensate for heavy or uneven loads, ensuring that the trunk of the car remains level and flush. You also have the option of manually adjusting the height by either adding 0.78 inches or subtracting 0.39 inches (weird measurements, I know). When traveling at higher speeds, the vehicle will automatically lower itself for better aerodynamics.
The EPA gives the 640i Gran Turismo the same combined mileage rating of 23 miles per gallon as the somewhat comparable Audi A7. Having said that, during the week that I had the car, I did not even come close to reaching the city rating of 20 miles per gallon. Your experience may naturally differ from mine.
iDrive is fairly simple to use, with all major functions organized into six large tiles. Secondary functions are less obvious and must be accessed through menus and submenus. Wireless Apple CarPlay, for example, can be difficult to configure the first time. Remember that CarPlay costs $300 in the United States, and Android Auto isn’t coming to any BMW models anytime soon.
Wireless phone charging is standard, which is a good thing because all five passengers share only two USB ports. Ten devices can connect to an optional Wi-Fi hotspot.