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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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Features & Specs

740iL 4dr Sedan750iL 4dr Sedan740i 4dr Sedan
Transmission5-speed automatic4-speed automatic5-speed automatic
Horsepower282 hp @ 5800 rpm296 hp @ 5200 rpm282 hp @ 5800 rpm


IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
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I would not buy another BMW without manufacturer or extended warranty.. Items that fail are out of site on expense. Examples: Catalytic Converters $ 3500 Examples: Power Steering Pump $ 1500 Other items equally expensive, and this does not cover labor to install. Car has alignment problem inherent to BMW this model, The Rear has no adjustments and wears out the inside of the left rear tire with everything else ok.. I have changed 4 left rear tires, and BMW says, "it's not our problem", also BMW Dealer charged for 4-wheel alignment when there is only a 2 wheel alignment according to factory specs. There are NO adjustments in the rear.
Absolutely love it!
Love this machine, very solid, fast, beautiful curves, comfortable, reliable, a real head turner! Absolutely love it!
Still an Awesome Driving Machine!
I have owned a '79 320i and a '84 528e. I bought my beautiful white 740i back in 2002 - it had 123,000 miles and cost only $9,000. That was less than I paid for my 1 year old 320 in 1980! I put Bilstein shocks on it as I did my others. It handles like a dream - it is the perfect mix of size and power. Drives like a magic carpet on the freeway and a sports sedan around town and on the open road. It isn't fragile with super low profile tires and low front air-dams like cars of today - I don't slow down for dips driveways or speed bumps.
Used 1993 BMW 7 Series Overview

Pre-owned BMW 7 Series models are available with a 4.0 L-liter gas engine or a 5.0 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 296 hp, depending on engine type. The Used 1993 BMW 7 Series comes with rear wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 5-speed automatic, 4-speed automatic.

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