of the 2017 BMW 750. Base trim shown.
From the Cars.com Vehicle Test Team
- Nimble handling considering size
- Quick acceleration
- Comfortable front seats
- Massive backseat
- Luxurious interior
- Smooth engine stop-start system
- Minimal steering feedback
- Legibility of silver- and glass-like buttons
- Practicality of gesture controls
- Apple CarPlay, Android Auto not available
- Huge rear doors are a parking lot liability
- Price rises quickly with options
Carbon fiber-intensive platform
Active suspension, four-wheel steering available
In-cabin fragrance system available
Self-steering traffic jam assistant available
What Is the 2017 BMW 750?
The BMW 750 is a full-size luxury sedan that competes with the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, Audi A8, Jaguar XJ and Lexus LS. Where the 750 has V-8 power, the 7 Series also comes in V-6-powered 740 and plug-in-hybrid 740e trim levels, covered separately. The 750i has rear-wheel drive, and the 750xi has all-wheel drive, termed xDrive.
What's New on the 2017 BMW 750?
The Display Key, which includes an LCD touchscreen, becomes standard. The key provides vehicle status information and can operate the locks, windows, climate system and other functions within a 985-foot range.
What Features in the 2017 BMW 750 Are Most Important?
The 750 is powered by a 445-horsepower, turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8 engine paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Significant standard features include an adaptive air suspension, adaptive LED headlights, four-zone automatic air conditioning, front and rear parking sensors, a backup camera, heated front seats, touch-sensitive controls, gesture recognition, iDrive multimedia system with a 10.2-inch touchscreen and navigation system, a panoramic moonroof, wireless phone charging, a Wi-Fi hot spot, and genuine wood and aluminum interior trim. As required in every new car of this model year, front airbags, antilock brakes and an electronic stability system are included.
Significant available features include forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, a surround-view camera system, adaptive cruise control, an automated parking system, heated rear seats, ventilated front and rear seats, a night vision camera, head-up display and an in-cabin fragrance system with choice of scents.
Should I Buy the 2017 BMW 750?
The 750 has the quick acceleration, roominess, comfort and posh environs buyers demand from a full-size luxury car, but minimal steering feedback diminishes the Ultimate Driving Machine credential, and the new gesture controls are more gimmicky than useful.
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Luxury and power combined.
BMW power and handling wrapped in luxury. This car is a pleasure to drive. The power of a sports car and the comfort of a luxury sedan all in one vehicle. Read full review
very nice handy for a large car not sure a new one is worth the a good pre owned is way to go and a good care shop to keep wish my m6 got better milage Read full review
The 2017 BMW 750 currently has 0 recalls
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