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Customer Review Summary for BMW 750
Great drive comes with some quirks
2008 BMW 750OC_car_enthusiast - Orange County, CA01/19/2011
I have previously driven large SUVs, but have always loved the style of BMWs. Finally, I broke down and bought a 2008 750Li. Overall I love the car. The interior/exterior design and features are more than I expected. Considering this is BMW's flagship sedan, I would warn potential buyers of some quirks. (1) The navigation system is such a hassle. It really should be a touch screen! I just use my iPhone. (2) The brakes make noise. I had BMW inspect them and they are nearly new, but the noise sounds awful. I know this sounds really picky, but it is annoying. I contemplated buying a Range Rover and have second thoughts from time to time. Despite its flaws, I do love the car. The 7 series is a beautiful vehicle and does turn heads.
2006 BMW 750Beemer Man - Atlanta, GA06/02/2009
All it's cracked up to be. Amazing performance, features. The ultimate driving machine for sure. First BMW. Will drive one for a long, long time.
Outstanding Vehicle for the Price
2012 BMW 750Jeff - Broomfield, CO01/19/2015
Outstanding ride. Very quiet and comfortable inside. Performance of the car is great. Plenty of power (and then some). Responsiveness on dry or wet asphalt is spot on. Does real well in the snow as well. Being a flagship vehicle for BMW, you can tell they took their time with design/build.
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