2006 BMW 750 consumer reviews

$71,800 starting MSRP
side view of 2006 750 BMW
82% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.8
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 4.2
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.1
Explore the 2006 BMW 750

Car is to cost efficient

I bought this car for $5,200 and in first week the transmission went out and cost me $7,100 rebuilt. I had the plugs and coils done and it's still skipping. The thermostat stuck closed and fan stop working.


Excellent Power

2weeks ago I took a Ferrari to school. This 750Li left a 550 standing still in a 5 mile sprint race. I couldn’t believe the torque and power of this bmw. Much praise and appreciation for bmw 750


Great Car & Fast!

Never owned a BMW but after purchasing this car I am a fan! Love it! The V8 power is outrageous... 365 hp. These little loud cars running around dont have a chance lol


2006 Model year is a money Pit and disappointment

I was lucky to find one with only 19,000 miles. It drives wonderfully. It is everything you want in a car then the problems start. First with the tires. Front and back are two different sizes. If you live in an area with many pot holes the rims will crack. The car strongly recommends run flat tires(super expensive even for regular ty oh e tires cause of the size. Right side signal light doesn’t work just to look at it will cost you hundreds. In fact anything at the dealership will run over $400.00 and you may still have the problem. The entire front bumper must be removed to get to the light. If you live in an area that gets very hot 90 degrees f. It will play havoc on all your electronics. Also. Many critical parts are made out of plastic you will be shocked to learn. And these parts do not hold up on hot climates at all. The ABS system is known to fail. The transmission is known to fail. The computer brain is known to fail. The battery is expensive and if you don’t put the correct one (but a cheaper one) you will end up paying more later for all the problems it causes. You can spend well over $10k to get the car running well and still end up stuck on the road. Unfortunately.



Awesome luxury car. Definitely was ahead of its time. Excellent rear legroom. Drives like a dream. This is an excellent car to take on long road trips


Great car to have

This car has some problems that can be fixed but otherwise it works pretty good and has no further issues this will be a great buy.


Great car for the price if you can afford it

Love this car. Literally feel like I stole it for what I paid vs new. But it is a BMW so you have to be mechanically inclined or have a warranty or be rich. I have had a few issues but was able to handle everything myself.


Most Luxurious car I've ever owned

Super Luxurious Vehicle, beautiful, powerful, comfortable, reliable. I was a bit hesitant by a car this old at first, but was so happy I did. It had every amenity you could thing of and then some. The car turned out to be super reliable, and have had to do nothing to it other than change the oil, and basic standard maintenance. The service departments at BMW are incredibly knowledgeable and accommodating too. All in all one of the best cars I've ever owned.


I have owned 13 BMWs, kept this one the longest.

Best BMW I have owned. The most comfortable and most reliable. Never had any major issues other than recomended repairs. I just dont drive it anymore. About 200 miles in the last 6 months.


Way too many problems.

Great car if you have an extra car to drive when you take it to your mechanic. I have been driving BMW's since 1983, and will not be buying another. Transmission and motor is not like the old ones. They ran forever