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1995 BMW 7 Series Consumer Discussions

While I've always liked BMWs they have slipped behind Audi in design, imo. My favorites of the past are the original 6-Series Coupe, 1989-1995 5-Series and the 1991-1997 8-Series, which I'm most lik?...

etc. I know if i go buy a used Volvo 2 series, 7 series,8 series, 9 series, etc it will always have 4 wheel discs - the engines are robust, the transmissions are robust...

Let's look at the 325is. It is stick shift, which I might like since I don't like automatics. But overall, what would be good for city and highway driving, as well as Motorsport driving? Auto or stick...

Let's look at the 325is. It is stick shift, which I might like since I don't like automatics. But overall, what would be good for city and highway driving, as well as Motorsport driving? Auto or st...

I have seen many spy pics of the upcoming 5-series and I was extremely skeptical about the model given the E65 7-series. I was surprised to say that the car looks good. The current 2003 530i w/ spor?...

The "x" versions of the BMWs I've driven may be great cars for all season duty in a rainy or snowy climate, but they give up too much in handling and nimbleness. It's bad enough that a RWD ...

Depends on which BMW you're looking at. I've read that Consumer Reports has given failing grades to the 5 & 7 series BMWs in the past (haven't looked myself), but I know the 3 series has received...

well, misinformation certainly gets spread around all right. Where did you get yours?...

It would be nice to have a Z4d with the new 535D engine, or a V12d on the 7 series or see WV using what BMW has done with the 535D....
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