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BMW 7 Series Features and Specs

Features & Specs

  • Engine 4.0 L V 8-cylinder
  • Drivetrain Rear Wheel Drive
  • Transmission 5-speed Automatic
  • Horse Power 282 hp @ 5800 rpm
  • Fuel Economy 14/20 mpg
  • Bluetooth No
  • Navigation No
  • Heated Seats No

Review of the 1993 BMW 7 Series

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  • What's New for 1993

    The 7 Series' cheapest model swaps I-6 for V8 power. The entry-level 7 Series is now called the 740 to denote this change. The new engine has 282 horsepower that is mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. More wood for the interior, Z-rated tires and an upgraded stereo round out the changes for the 1993 7 Series.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

Driving machine

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Vehicle: 1992 BMW 7 Series

I have over 120000 miles on this car and will have it til I die. No major problems. Fuel economy lacks, but other than that this car is built to last.



1 of 1 people found this review helpful

Wonderful auto

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Vehicle: 1992 BMW 7 Series

This automobile is a real gem. 16 years old and 257,000 miles on the odometer and it still runs strong and smooth as silk. I too have the original exhaust system. The style of this automobile seems timeless. Frankly I could care less that this automobile does not have a cup holder. As with any well made German automobile, good maintenance is essential unless you wish to pay very dearly for parts. I expect to drive this automobile for another ten years.



2 of 2 people found this review helpful

Classic styling

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Vehicle: 1992 BMW 7 Series

The 1992 7 series gives the owner classic styling that still looks good after 14 years. A little heavy on the gas, more than I'd like. The 6 cyl. auto seems reliable. Very solid, well put together car. Seems like it would protect you in a collision. Nimble, for such a large vehicle. Some people complain about the high price of repairs, but have they checked the price of repairs on any vehicle these days? Still, there are several things you can DIY to save a little money.



2 of 2 people found this review helpful

Best value on the used

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Vehicle: 1992 BMW 7 Series

I've owned the 750 for over 5 years. It's been an exceptional car. The v-12 power and handling is awsome. Around town I get 16mpg 23 highway. This is great highway car. Fully loaded it climbs hills and passes with no effort. I've had minor repairs such as brakes, radiator; belts. If you do your own repairs there is a lot of informaiton on the web and an extensive manual by Bentley.




Excellent

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Vehicle: 1992 BMW 7 Series

The 735 iL is the best car I have owned as judged by quality of car, low cost of maintenance and driving experience. The car now has over 200,000 miles and only major mechanical problem being the replacement of the transmission at a cost of $1,200. The six-cylinder engine is perfection of engine design. Economical on gas and plenty of torque. It is difficult to find fault with the car. An example of quality is the muffler system. My 2000,000 mile car still has the original muffler system.




The best 6 ever

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Vehicle: 1992 BMW 7 Series

110000 and counting. Runs like a dream. Thanks BMW! I will be driving it for the 10 years.



Full 1993 BMW 7 Series Review

What's New for 1993

The 7 Series' cheapest model swaps I-6 for V8 power. The entry-level 7 Series is now called the 740 to denote this change. The new engine has 282 horsepower that is mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. More wood for the interior, Z-rated tires and an upgraded stereo round out the changes for the 1993 7 Series.

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Gas Mileage

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  • 14
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  • 20
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