A drivers car superior road handling for this size
I have owned 750s since the mid 1990s. Compared to a 2017 740i the 1998 750iL gives significantly better ride, better feel of the ground, less jarring from holes in road, less bounce from uneven road, and less roll in cornering. It is also much quieter inside on freeways because of the double windows. The 750iL is a drivers car which is why i have keep driving it for 350,000 miles into 2020. I used the car mostly on freeway (200 miles is relaxing), and also off roading in deserts, where the wide and thick tires give good traction in sand and smooth journey over rocky roads. It is also huge inside, holding more than many large SUVs.
Turn heads with this RARE V12 Luxury Car!
Great value and ride for this once $100k luxury car - the E38, if you can find a V12 model, still turns heads at 19 years old! It has a TON of creature comforts inside, room for adults to sit very comfortably in the back, and a huge trunk that'll hold several golf bags. Cruises like it's on the autobahn in the late 90's. A perfect addition to your garage!
The only car I've ever loved
I was apprehensive about buying a 5-year old used flagship whose maintenance might put me in the poor house, but I was wrong. All the bells and whistles still work fine, and the car handles like a dream! I expected a big, luxurious sedan like this would provide a commensurate ride, but it handles almost like a sports car. What a surprise, and the maintenance has been minimal.
If you ever have to opportunity to own a BMW 750iL, jump on the chance. This is a superb vehicle overall. If you buy a 750iL used, it has already seen it's depreciation. It doesn't get much better than this. If you like power and prestige, this is the car for you. Cream of the crop.