Used 2007 BMW 7 Series

2007 BMW 7 Series
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2007 BMW 7 Series

Pros

  • Exceptional handling dynamics for a big sedan, sophisticated drivetrains, numerous high-tech features, sumptuous cabin furnishings.

Cons

  • iDrive system complicates audio and navigation functions, a few interior plastics aren't up to snuff.

Used 2007 BMW 7 Series for Sale

BMW 7 Series 2007 750Li 4dr Sedan (4.8L 8cyl 6A)
133,704 miles
Used 2007
BMW 7 Series
750Li
List$8,477
Est.Loan: $173/mo
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BMW 7 Series 2007 750Li 4dr Sedan (4.8L 8cyl 6A)
128,668 miles
Used 2007
BMW 7 Series
750Li
Prime Motors
24.1 mi away
List$9,777
Est.Loan: $200/mo
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Dealer Notes
COME CHECK THIS BEAUTY OUT!!! SUPER CLEAN!!! Non-smoker owner, Vehicle Runs Well, Smooth ride, Mint Condition, Title in possession, Factory GPS, Available Satellite Radio, Fully Loaded, Great first ride, Spotless interior, Not seen any accidents, Family friendly, Drives great, New floor mats, Done all Scheduled Maintenance, Must test drive, Seats as good as new, No pets, Arctic cold a/c, Lots of storage, All records in possession, Regularly maintained
BMW 7 Series 2007 750i 4dr Sedan (4.8L 8cyl 6A)
92,033 miles
Used 2007
BMW 7 Series
750i
Source Auto Group
35.8 mi away
List$9,300
Est.Loan: $190/mo
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Dealer Notes
The front windshield is in excellent condition. The paint is in great shape and condition. No dings are visible on this vehicle. The interior was well maintained and is extra clean. The exterior was well maintained and is extra clean. The engine is functioning properly and has no issues. The transmission shifts very smoothly. The brakes are in great condition. The battery is in excellent condition.
BMW 7 Series 2007 750Li 4dr Sedan (4.8L 8cyl 6A)
76,249 miles
Used 2007
BMW 7 Series
750Li
Richmond Ford West
95.9 mi away
List$12,600
Est.Loan: $257/mo
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Edmunds' Expert Review

Easily the best drive among full-size luxury sedans, the 2007 BMW 7 Series loses points for its frustrating control interface. It's still our pick for driving enthusiasts, but many buyers will find its competitors easier to live with day-to-day.

vehicle overview

At the top of the luxury sedan food chain you'll find cars like the 2007 BMW 7 Series, which represent the peak of engineering, elegance and hospitality available in a five-passenger automobile. Last redesigned for 2002, the 7 Series remains one of the most technologically advanced sedans in its class -- so much so that potential buyers often experience technology overload during their initial encounter. If you can get past the bewildering cockpit interface, though, you'll be able to enjoy the most involving full-size sedan on the market. Whether in V8-equipped 750 or V12-powered 760Li form, the BMW 7 Series has the personality and reflexes of a much smaller car.

Those reflexes are a product of the 7's expertly tuned suspension and steering. To keep the big sedan steady around corners, all models come with Active Roll Stabilization, which stiffens the suspension's antiroll bars to reduce body roll. Additionally, 750i and 705Li models can be equipped with either the Sport Package, which provides firmer suspension tuning, or the Adaptive Ride Package, which uses self-leveling air springs and adaptive shock damping to strike a compromise between ride comfort and handling acuity. This latter setup is standard on the 760Li. The "Li" models ride on a 5-inch-longer wheelbase and are 5.5 inches longer overall than the standard 750i. This stretch opens up 6 extra inches of legroom in the backseat, but doesn't make them unwieldy to handle.

We wish we could say the same about the standard iDrive vehicle management system. The 7 Series was the first BMW model to get this revolutionary bit of technology, and while iDrive corrals a lot of functions, including the audio, climate, navigation, Bluetooth and BMW Assist systems, it has a steep learning curve and, based on our experience, increases driver distraction. On the plus side, iDrive minimizes cabin clutter, as it's operated via a console-mounted dial that interacts with a central LCD screen.

In the five years since the debut of BMW's iDrive, such all-in-one control systems have become the standard of the super luxury sedan segment. However, Audi and Mercedes-Benz have come up with more user-friendly setups, and for consumers who just want to get in and drive, either the A8 or S-Class may prove to be a more appealing choice. Both are just as luxurious as the 7, and the Mercedes is just as agile, if slightly less engaging from behind the wheel. Also worth consideration are the Lexus LS 460 and Jaguar XJ8/XJR, which buck the trend and use a traditional control layout. The Lexus, in particular, is an amazingly sophisticated and opulent sedan, though its driving experience is somewhat antiseptic. The Jag is a touch less refined than the others, but its sleek, classical styling goes a long way in a vehicle class where appearance counts for plenty. The truth is that none of these high-dollar sedans is likely to disappoint, but for buyers who crave an engaging driving experience above all else, the 2007 BMW 7 Series remains the definitive choice. Just make sure you have a high tolerance for technology before you sign the deal.

Trim levels & features

A full-size luxury sedan, the 2007 BMW 7 Series comes in three versions: the standard-wheelbase 750i and the long-wheelbase 750Li and 760Li. Standard fare on the 750i and 750Li includes 18-inch wheels, adaptive bi-HID headlights, a moonroof, leather upholstery, walnut wood interior trim and 14-way power front seats (plus four-way power lumbar and two-way active headrests for a total of 20 adjustments). Front-seat heaters, a navigation system with voice control, a 10-speaker CD sound system with an MP3 player input jack, dual-zone climate control, one-touch windows and Bluetooth connectivity are also included. Both cars are eligible for a long list of options -- the only difference is that the 750Li can be had with ventilated 14-way power rear seats to complement the extra legroom in the back. Major option groups include the Sport Package, which provides firmer suspension tuning, 20-inch wheels and a three-spoke steering wheel; the Adaptive Ride Package, which provides self-leveling air springs and electronic damping; the Luxury Seating Package, which provides a massaging driver seat, ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel and rear sunshades; and the Premium Sound Package, which adds a 13-speaker Logic 7 sound system with an in-dash CD changer.

Virtually all of the above is standard on the 760Li, including the Adaptive Ride suspension. Additional options on all 7 Series models include keyless startup, adaptive cruise control and a rear entertainment system (with a six-disc DVD changer). An exclusive 760Li extra is a rear-seat beverage cooler (mounted in the armrest) and individual rear climate controls.

2007 Highlights

For 2007, the BMW 750i joins the rest of the 7 Series line in offering 20-way adjustable front seats as standard. Additionally, all 2007 BMW 7 Series models now come with heated front seats, an MP3 player input jack, power-folding exterior mirrors, additional braking technology (including a brake-drying feature) and a four-year subscription to BMW Assist telematics. Sport Package wheels for the 750i and 750Li now measure 20 inches in diameter. The new BMW Individual Composition option group allows buyers to customize the interior and exterior treatment for their 7. The short-wheelbase 760i sedan has been discontinued, as has the sport seat option.

Performance & mpg

The BMW 750i and 750Li are powered by a 4.8-liter V8 with 360 horsepower and 360 pound-feet of torque, along with respectable mileage ratings of 17 city/25 highway. The BMW 760Li offers a 6.0-liter V12 with direct-injection technology -- the first V12 production engine to use this. Mileage numbers are lower than the 750 at 14 city/22 highway, but power is impressive at 438 hp and 444 lb-ft of torque. Both engines are paired with a quick-shifting six-speed automatic transmission that directs power to the rear wheels. We've timed a 760Li at just over 6 seconds for the 0-60-mph run, while a 750i we tested was about a half-second slower. BMW claims that sub-6-second times are possible with either drivetrain under optimal conditions.

Safety

Standard safety features on all 7 Series sedans include antilock disc brakes, stability control, a tire-pressure monitor, front-seat side airbags, full-length side curtain airbags; a driver's knee airbag and a four-year subscription to BMW Assist telematics; rear-seat side airbags are optional. The stability control system governs several advanced braking features, including a brake-drying feature that periodically wipes the brake rotors when the windshield wipers are in use. Front and rear parking sensors are standard, and you can opt for the Night Vision system, which uses an infrared camera to monitor obstacles nearly 1,000 feet ahead of your 7 Series.

Driving

Either engine should prove satisfying, and choosing between the two is largely a matter of personal taste and spending power. The 750 models move out like muscle cars fresh out of charm school: The 4.8-liter V8 has a refined yet athletic demeanor, and the six-speed automatic is the perfect partner, serving up some of the quickest, smoothest shifts we've ever experienced. As you'd expect, the 760Li's V12 responds immediately to the slightest nudge of the gas pedal. At idle and cruising speeds, the engine's sound is nearly undetectable, but open it up for full power and it exudes a pleasing enough note to make you eagerly anticipate the next stretch of open road. Steering feel in the 7 Series cars is typical BMW, with relatively high weighting and excellent feedback, and body roll is held in check during cornering. While it may be a stretch to call such a large car nimble, it's easy to confuse it for a sport sedan on the open road.

Interior

Inside the 2007 BMW 7 Series, the cabin has the expected opulent atmosphere and a clean layout, thanks to the minimal center stack controls. The iDrive system was designed to consolidate the vehicle's control systems into one easy-to-use interface, but the learning curve is steep. Most basic adjustments can be made rather easily, but more complex functions require time with the owner's manual and patience to learn -- and we know of more than one driver who has accidentally drifted out of his lane while fiddling with iDrive. Materials are generally very high in quality, as you'd expect in this class, but there are a few plastics here and there that seem out of place in an executive sedan. Backseat passengers will be just as comfortable as those in front, as the rear seatback contours perfectly to support your lower back and shoulders, while headroom and legroom are abundant. Go for the 750Li or 760Li and you'll get an extra 6 inches of rear-seat legroom.


Consumer reviews

Read what other owners think about the 2007 BMW 7 Series.

Overall Consumer Rating

Most helpful consumer reviews

The Nightmare Continues...
Hollywood,11/26/2007
I just traded my '06 750Li lemon for an '07...and got another lemon. The '06 was continually in the shop for transmission problems, which after 4 attempts and a new transmission was never fixable. The new '07 has the same problems (I know, "fool me once..."). BMW as a company has been horrific to deal with. The mechanics say that BMW is well aware of the faulty transmissions, but no fix is available. Apparently BMW's policy is "let the buyer beware". Yikes. I now have an attorney instead of a drivable vehicle. Oh well, live and learn! I guess there is good reason why the A8 and the S-class have passed up the 7 series in reviews over the past several years.
I love the BMW 750Li
steve,10/22/2010
Easy to drive but a little large at times for driveway maneuvers.The seats and interior are very comfortable.The seat massage is something I thought was over the top but on a long drive it is pretty nice. The car puts a smile on your face by just driving it. Expert engineering has made this car unreal. If you step on the gas it goes like a scalded dog. The tectronic shifter makes for some fun times once you get used to it. It made a trip on the Blue-ridge parkway a true pleasure. If I had t to do over I would have bought this car years ago.Of course I work for an oil company so I will suffer the gas pump experiences!
So here we go...with a CPO
pmwdiddy,12/22/2010
I took the plunge on a 2007 CPO 750Li... Got off to a rough start, so far in the first month: 1) New front wheel bearing-thumping vibration in front end 2) New IDrive screen- after locking up intermittently after delivery 3) New Key after old lost program Bottom line, I love the car, the dealer has been great about replacing everything under warranty. I obviously have doubts about the 180 point whatever CPO checklist. They should have caught the problems I inherited. So now I start with a clean slate, will update if any problems occur.
No complaints
A. Joseph Galli IV,12/29/2015
Beautiful and well conceived. Years beyond most other cars. Powerful, dependable, impressive. If you are concerned with maintenance costs, well, don't buy the top of line luxury sedan on earth.
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Features & Specs

MPG
15 city / 23 hwy
Seats 5
6-speed shiftable automatic
Gas
360 hp @ 6300 rpm
MPG
15 city / 23 hwy
Seats 5
6-speed shiftable automatic
Gas
360 hp @ 6300 rpm
MPG
13 city / 20 hwy
Seats 5
6-speed shiftable automatic
Gas
438 hp @ 6000 rpm
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Used 2007 BMW 7 Series Overview

The Used 2007 BMW 7 Series is offered in the following submodels: 7 Series Sedan. Available styles include 750Li 4dr Sedan (4.8L 8cyl 6A), 750i 4dr Sedan (4.8L 8cyl 6A), and 760Li 4dr Sedan (6.0L 12cyl 6A).

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Save up to $269 on one of 4 Used 2007 BMW 7 Series for sale at dealerships within 25 miles of Ashburn, VA with prices as low as $8,477 as of10/18/2018, based on data from dealers and consumer-driven dealer ratings ranging from1 to 1 out of 5 stars.

Price comparisons for Used 2007 BMW 7 Series trim styles:

  • The Used 2007 BMW 7 Series 750Li is priced between $8,477 and$12,600 with odometer readings between 76249 and133704 miles.
  • The Used 2007 BMW 7 Series 750i is priced between $9,300 and$9,300 with odometer readings between 92033 and92033 miles.

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