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2007 BMW 750li Night Vision Sport Pkg rear DVD luxury seating $97k retail www.VALEUROSPORT.com
The minute you see this car, you know it is special! This fine exemplary of a BMW 750li is the most highly optioned we ever had. With an MSRP approaching $97000, it is by far the most expensive 750li available from factory. The only 7-series more expensive than these were the 12 cylinders 760i/760li. Here are some of the options this car has: -Angel Eyes -Sport Package with Sport Suspension - 20in Sport wheels with staggered setup. - 3 spoke sport steering wheel -6 speed Steptronic Transmission -Navigation -Motorized sun shades for the rear window and rear doors -Convenience package - soft close automatic doors - auto trunk opening and closing -Luxury Seating Package - 3 stage ventilated front and rear seats - Driver seat with massager - 3 stage heated front and rear seats -Multi-contour seats -Premium Sound Package - Logic 7 audio system - 6 disk in dash CD changer -Rain sensing wipers -Vavona interior trim -Infrared windshield for better protection from UV rays -Integrated phone -Rear Entertainment Package -Rear Power seats with 3 position memory -6 DVD changer in the trunk -Heated steering wheel -Keyless entry and keyless start -Night Vision -Park Distance Control -Adaptive light control Retail price was $96,790.00 in 2007 (see below vehicle inquiry)!





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BMW 750i vs. Mercedes S 500
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M3 VS CAMARO VS CHALLENGER
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2010 ford SHO vs 2011 camaro SS
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Jimmie's blown 572 dart
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2006 BMW 7-Series 750Li Luxury Sedan Rear Entertainment Package
New Star Auto Sales Group 1239 McCarter Highway Newark, NJ 07104 973-497-1002 http://www.NewStarAutoGroup.com The rear-seat armrest on the 750Li includes the reviled iDrive controller, plus seat-adjustment controls. The rear-seat passengers' good fortune doesn't stop with the seats, as the stretched 2006 BMW 750Li makes huge gains in rear legroom. Carpeted, movable footrests are even included to enhance the limousine effect. Electrically operated shades cover all five rear windows, especially welcome when making use of another of the 750Li's whiz-bang features: the Rear Entertainment Package. This $2,200 option includes a 16:9-format LCD screen playing from a six-DVD changer mounted in the trunk. At 6.5 inches, the screen is sized to fit between the front seats when tilted up into viewing position, and the picture appears sharp. Headphone jacks are part of this system; without headphones, however, the DVD audio plays throughout the car. Rear Comfort Seats (a $3,500 option) mean that the driver and all three passengers are coddled to the same degree, although only the driver has the heated, power-tilting, and power-telescoping steering wheel automatically moved out of his way when exiting the vehicle. Upon entry, it moves back into position or to one of the programmed memory positions. Sixteen-way power adjustment on the front seats includes four-way lumbar support, an articulated backrest, adjustable side and thigh support, and active head restraints. The optional Comfort Rear Seats offer only fourteen-way power adjustments but include the same heating and cooling offered up front, as well as recline through a range not often seen for rear seats. All four seats offer memory settings, and the available interior wood and leather combinations are varied and of high quality. The rear-seat armrest on the 750Li includes the reviled iDrive controller, plus seat-adjustment controls. The rear-seat passengers' good fortune doesn't stop with the seats, as the stretched 2006 BMW 750Li makes huge gains in rear legroom. Carpeted, movable footrests are even included to enhance the limousine effect. Electrically operated shades cover all five rear windows, especially welcome when making use of another of the 750Li's whiz-bang features: the Rear Entertainment Package. This $2,200 option includes a 16:9-format LCD screen playing from a six-DVD changer mounted in the trunk. At 6.5 inches, the screen is sized to fit between the front seats when tilted up into viewing position, and the picture appears sharp. Headphone jacks are part of this system; without headphones, however, the DVD audio plays throughout the car. This can be intrusive, given the 2006 BMW 750Li's stereo's power and a movie with some explosions or, ahem, car chases. Our car's optional Premium Sound Package ($1,800) came with 13 speakers driven by Logic7 and Digital Signal Processing, with a six-CD changer in the glove box to augment the standard single-disc slot in the dashboard. The system did not display track or album-title information, so it pays to remember which discs are in which slot. Sirius Satellite Radio preparation was a somewhat obscene $595. That brings us to iDrive. As stated earlier, it represents an elegant approach to the sticky problem of allowing a driver to control any of a massive array of features while still driving the car safely. That said, other manufacturers' systems offer a few more buttons that might not be as easy to find as the iDrive knob but ultimately allow for quicker access and action, as well as a return to full road concentration. In the 2006 BMW 750Li's backseats, the iDrive again proves clunky in controlling DVD playback, where buttons for searching and menu navigation on the center armrest would be a big improvement upon clicking and twisting one's way through such frequently used features.





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BMW 750Li M Sport xDrive - Chicago Motor Cars Video Test Drive with Chris Moran
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2013 BMW 750Li vs 2013 Jaguar XJL Supercharged! - Head 2 Head Ep. 35
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Motor Trend's Jonny Lieberman gets behind the wheel of two of the finest long wheelbase luxury sedans - the 2013 BMW 750Li and the Jaguar XJL Supercharged - to see which one of them does justice to their $100,000 plus price tags. First, Jonny heads to the track to see what kinds of numbers these large, premium sedans put down, then he sees how they both handle on the rough roads outside of Santa Barbara, before finally getting chauffered in the back seat of the cars to examine their distinct approaches to high-end luxury. So which one will stand out as the best in its class? Stay tuned to find out. Head 2 Head appears every other Wednesday on the Motor Trend channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend Google+ - https://plus.google.com/1018679678590... Website - http://www.motortrend.com





BMW 750li on 22" Niche Lugano 6 Wheels | Rims
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