2011 Bmw Activehybrid 750
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Don't see the saving from the battery

by from Diamond Bar, CA on February 7, 2011

Just leased this car last week for $1500 / month payment with $2800 drive off fees with 12,000 mile/year and 36 months term. It was fun driving on the freeway but I don't see the saving on gas during ...
Just leased this car last week for $1500 / month payment with $2800 drive off fees with 12,000 mile/year and 36 months term. It was fun driving on the freeway but I don't see the saving on gas during the regular city drive. The iDrive knob is very complex but I was told it was much better and easier to use compare to previous model. The run flat tires are expansive costing around $600 each.
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Purchased a new car

Uses car for Just getting around

Does not recommend this car

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Style, Class, Unique

by from Philadelphia, PA on July 28, 2011

I bought the new one with almost all options, with a black and bone colored interior. Yes, inefficient with gas, top 18 mpg on highways even, but the driving style, comfort is very satisfying. And if ...
I bought the new one with almost all options, with a black and bone colored interior. Yes, inefficient with gas, top 18 mpg on highways even, but the driving style, comfort is very satisfying. And if you do the real math, if you're paying 100+, you really don't care about gas mileage. Yes, I replaced one tire with a bubble problem on 2200 miles, now for 475 dollars. But so far I feel that it's worth every penny when I feel like I'm driving my own personal jet. Way better than S550 and Audi A8
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Purchased a new car

Uses car for Having fun

Does recommend this car!!

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new civilized beauty

by from Mumbai on November 21, 2010

Starting at $106,200 MSRP ActiveHybrid V-8 engine with TwinPower Turbo technology 455 horsepower Rear-wheel drive 24 mpg hwy*
Starting at $106,200 MSRP ActiveHybrid V-8 engine with TwinPower Turbo technology 455 horsepower Rear-wheel drive 24 mpg hwy*
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Purchased a new car

Uses car for Having fun

Does recommend this car!!

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Best car I'm owned

by from Los Angeles, CA on June 10, 2017

Own that Beemer more then three years with no problem ! Best German Engineering car ! I'm BMW fan forever!!!
Own that Beemer more then three years with no problem ! Best German Engineering car ! I'm BMW fan forever!!!
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Transporting family

Does recommend this car!!

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Fun to drive...comfortable as well

by from TOLLESON on June 19, 2017

I feel that this is a sporty yet luxury vehicle that gets good fuel mileage for the power it has. BMW does not disappoint with this design.
I feel that this is a sporty yet luxury vehicle that gets good fuel mileage for the power it has. BMW does not disappoint with this design.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Commuting

Does recommend this car!!

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The car that commands respect

by on September 4, 2017

This car is designed for the person who likes to spend, show off confidence, and radiate success. It's more of a status symbol, but at a price that isn't actually prohibitively expensive. When you buy...
This car is designed for the person who likes to spend, show off confidence, and radiate success. It's more of a status symbol, but at a price that isn't actually prohibitively expensive. When you buy this car, you are not concerned that much about reliability or resale value or things like that. This car was designed to be enjoyed and was designed to provide a superb driving experience. And it does deliver. When you switch the transmission to SPORT mode, it outruns the competition. Neither the S-500 nor the the Lexus can keep up with it. It has both elegance and class and pumps adrenaline. This is literally the flagship model of BMW (outshined only by the i-8). But if reliability is big on your list, then buy a Lexus. BMWs were built for performance, not reliability per se. This is a German car, and German cars are notorious for having expensive parts. So the BMW 7 Series is a car you must care for and treat it very well. garage it, do the maintenance services on time, park in the pack of the parking lot, etc. In return, it delivers beauty and performance and tells the world you're on top of your game. How should I put it, it's like 'Trinity' in The Matrix. You have to treat it like a lady, but you will fall in love with it. This is not a LandCruiser where you can run it off a cliff and it still outlives you. When you drive a 7-series, youre basically telling the world "Move aside, I'm doing extraordinarily well in life". Also, there does seem to be an age thing going on with S class vs the 7 series. The BMW is more energetic and fits rising stars and the Top-gun profile. The Mercedes is on the other hand, attracted to business and exec types that are already well established. I chose the BMW because it had way more options for the price than the other 2 competitors, and also because it drives like a beast on the freeway while seamlessly maintaining class and elegance.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Commuting

Does recommend this car!!

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