The E38 generation (1994�2001) had a five-speed automatic. The engine variants in Europe were 725tds, 728i, 730i, 730d, 735i, 740i (4.0 and 4.4 L), 740d and 750i (with a 5.4 L V12 322 bhp (240 kW; 326 PS) engine, as was used in the Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph).
In the Americas, the models were sold as the 740i, 740iL and 750iL. The 740i and 740iL shared the same 4.0 L V8 engine in model year 1995, but the next year the V8 grew to 4.4L while stated power stayed at 282 hp (210 kW), though torque grew from 295 to 310 lb�ft (400 to 420 N�m). Then again coinciding with the 1999 facelift, the V8's power again stayed the same but now torque grew further to 324lb-ft, due to new variable valve timing. The 740iL is essentially a long-wheelbase 740i (hence the "L" in the model name). The considerably rarer 5.4 L V12-powered 750iL was only available as a long-body; there was no E38 750i in the US lineup. The 750iL was BMW's flagship sedan (not counting the Rolls-Royce models, owned by BMW at the time).
2007 BMW 750Doc - Maryland11/15/2010
If you can afford a 7 I highly suggest buying one.
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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