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We have a limited number of reviews for the 2022 7 Series, so we've included reviews for other years of the 7 Series since its last redesign.

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Hot, big, powerful, fun car

Alan, 02/26/2019
2019 BMW 7 Series 750i 4dr Sedan (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A)
18 of 18 people found this review helpful

This is my second BMW 750i. The previous model was a 2015 and my current model is a 2018 with the M design package. All black exterior with zero chrome and brown interior - what's not to like! Both cars have been completely reliable and the local dealer's service is outstanding. This seems to be the general culture of BMW dealers. I also have a 2017 Range Rover and I sometimes have to wait for weeks for a service appointment and the cost of servicing that car is horrendous. So far as my Beemer is concerned - Pros: fantastic power from the V8 twin turbo engine. The handling has various settings. I have seen reviews where it is mentioned that the car lacks the road feel of the older models. The answer to this is to switch to Sports Mode and the ride becomes harder and the car feels like it is rocket-powered. What more would you need in a large, superbly appointed sedan? Cons: I can't really think of any, although my wife complains that the front should have more cubby holes and storage. My 2015 car had the regular wheelbase and the 2018 is the long one. There is so much space in the back that guests and friends often mention that they feel they are traveling in a limo. The front also has plenty of space and comfort and the material quality is outstanding. The car has tons of user technology, but after the first couple of weeks, I really only use the basics - climate, comfort/sport settings and audio. My 2015 model had electric blinds on the rear and rear-side windows, which were outstanding for here in S. Florida. My current model only has the rear blind and I feel that for this kind of money, the sides should be standard too. I will probably go for another 750i next time, but will also check out the Mercedes S Class, like I did last time.

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5 out of 5 stars

Wow, what a car. Still wowed by this car

harold, 06/24/2020
updated 06/30/2022
2020 BMW 7 Series 750i xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A)
11 of 11 people found this review helpful

I imagine this must be about as close to flying a jet as I'll come. Fast, comfortable, steady, remarkable handling, quiet, luxurious. Hard to find anything to quibble about. Yes, expensive, and you feel as though it's worth it. The new styling gets a lot of head turns and comments how great the car looks.

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Outstanding Ride and Petformance

Guy K, 01/14/2019
2019 BMW 7 Series 750i 4dr Sedan (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A)
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Test drove the M550. Loved it. Then I saw this reasonably loaded Black Saphire 750i with M Pack. When I test drove it I was sold, the ride, room and performance were staggering. For such a big car she didn’t feel much bigger than the 5 series. The M550 clearly was the better performance vehicle, but I live in South Florida where the most exciting road is the off ramp of the I75. The 7 series with the improved fit and finish, reduced noise levels and a huge price reduction made it just a $150 a month more than the well equipped M550. It’s too soon to comment on reliability, but I have had many BMW’s over the years and only one I would consider unreliable. Expecting miles of serene highway cruising, with a significant and effortless shove in the back when needed. Outstanding vented and massaging seats and some very clever driver safety aids.

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Wow just wow!

wjb, 12/30/2020
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2019 BMW 7 Series 750i 4dr Sedan (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A)
7 of 7 people found this review helpful

So much advance technology and over engineered. Just never ceases to amaze. The smooth instant power the ride and comfort. 95 is the vehicle s sweet spot. Drove 300 miles ave 86 mph and got 26pg!? Dam BMW makes a car so fun to drive you never want to fly again. Wontt ever go back to MB.

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Best 740 yet

O.C., 02/23/2020
2020 BMW 7 Series 740i 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A)
13 of 15 people found this review helpful

I test drove this 740i with M style package last June and that was it,Bye bye to my 2017 740i. The new version's six cylinder engine had far more kick than its predecessor and that sport mode was amazing as this 740 has beautiful balance similar to a 5 series The self drive mode on curves and the highway is unbelievable and takes time to trust but when in effect makes steering virtually effortless.The biggest drawback is that car is reluctant to change lanes and needs extra effort to switch lanes.Because of that my wife easily turns off that mode.The interior is roomer in the rear seat than the 2017.The computer package also has an upgrade and you need a tutorial to handle all of the auto audio and operating options. After 8 months the love affair continues! Well done BMW!

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