It's a pity that film in the OP wasn't made with Hugh Jackman but I think the time has past now. Also, I think the RoboCop films were much more gritty and tackled better the problems of being a cyborg. Six Million Dollar Man tended to gloss over the difficulties of having mechanical implants.
I used to avidly watch the Six Million Dollar Man TV series. The Bionic Woman wasn't as good. There was too much "bionic" TV at the same time and also Lindsey Wagner wasn't too great an actor. I'm never seen those later TV movies that you mention. Maybe I was also playing outside too, or maybe they didn't get shown in the UK.
I did like the Gemini Man though and I remember that.
Steven Austins Bionic arm can lift a vehicle , the problem, how is it his S=skeleton doesn't crumble in the process?