BMW 7 Series Overview
Though it's very roomy, super-quiet, impeccably finished, and laden with technology, the 7 Series isn't the crisp, sporty luxury car it once was. The 750Li we tested felt dull both in everyday handling and at its limits. The ride is supple enough, but it lacks the isolation you expect in an ultra luxury car. The turbocharged V8 is smooth, refined, and punchy. All-wheel drive is available, as are hybrid, diesel, six- and 12-cylinder versions. Many controls are complex and frustrating. Reliability has been average, but the 7 Series scored too low in our tests to recommend. All-wheel drive is available, as are hybrid, diesel, six- and 12-cylinder versions. Reliability has been average, but the 7 Series scored too low in our tests to recommend. A new, lighter 7 Series for 2016 promises better fuel economy and improved driving dynamics.
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