If you can afford a 7 I highly suggest buying one.
2007 BMW 750750Fan - Nashville, TN09/20/2010
The BMW 7 series has a very smooth and quiet ride. The interior is well equiped and most controls are conveniently located. There is an abundance of room in the rear and it is almost like riding in the back of a limo. The driver's seat massager is also a nice option for long trips. Road noise is almost non-existent even on the roughest of surfaces.
The 4.8 liter V-8 provides plenty of horsepower to make the driving experience smooth when necessary and exhilerating when you want the extra power.
If there is a drawback, it is the iDrive control system. Using the iDrive control is almost clumsy - a touch screen display would be a much better option for audio and navigation controls. Using the menus is also a bit difficult and requires far too much interaction. The navigation (directions) display in the dash is a great feature and it allows the driver to view turn by turn directions without getting too distracted.
The 7-series is a true luxury sedan in every sense.
Great car. Working through minor repairs inside the cabin. No engine work.
2008 BMW 750Mark - Moreno Valley, CA11/04/2014
I really hope to enjoy this car. I've only had it a few months. The car has low miles so I'm expecting to get alot of miles before something goes bad. The inside is like a studio apartment.
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