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Video Here's Why the 2001 BMW 7 Series Is the Best Luxury Sedan Ever

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  • this is a 2001 BMW 750il back in 2001
  • this thing was the absolute king of the
  • road with a v12 upfront tons of
  • Technology and classic BMW styling it is
  • also my favorite luxury sedan of all
  • time and today I'm gonna show you why
  • I've borrowed this 750il from a viewer
  • here in the San Diego area and yes I
  • know I've just made a bold claim my
  • favorite luxury sedan of all time so let
  • me give you a little background this
  • seven series was known as the e 38 model
  • to enthusiasts and by BMW internally and
  • it was sold from 1995 to 2001 the best
  • versions came at the very end of the
  • line when BMW offered an M Sport model
  • with these cool wheels and sporty er
  • suspension that made this car a lot more
  • athletic than rivals like the
  • mercedes-benz s-class this particular a
  • 38-7 series is a 750il
  • which means it ditched the 282
  • horsepower v8 found in the base levels
  • 740i for a 326 horsepower v12 back when
  • this car was new the base sticker price
  • was 93 thousand dollars which is around
  • a hundred and thirty five thousand
  • dollars in today's money and back then
  • this thing was the absolute top dog of
  • the BMW lineup back when the BMW lineup
  • was at its peak the z8 the original x5
  • the e39 m5 the e46 3 Series times were
  • good at BMW when this car was brand new
  • more importantly this car was just
  • awesome for one thing there's the
  • styling I personally believe that this
  • is the most beautiful four-door sedan
  • ever made
  • not this one specifically I actually
  • prefer the look of the short wheelbase
  • model this is the long wheelbase version
  • which was the only way you could get the
  • v12 in the United States but to me it
  • doesn't really matter all that much the
  • general look of this car was just
  • perfect it was so simple and so elegant
  • and so classy it was the pinnacle of BMW
  • design and it was far better than the 7
  • Series that replaced it and the same was
  • true with technology this car gave you
  • everything you needed but it wasn't an
  • excessive overkill of technology with an
  • infotainment system that lets you browse
  • a yelp while you drive down the street
  • and so today I'm going to show you
  • around the 2001 a 38 750il the top model
  • from the last year of the best 7 Series
  • and I'm gonna show you all of its
  • interesting quirks and cool features
  • then I'm gonna take it out on the road
  • and drive it and then I'm going to give
  • it a dug score and for more of my
  • thoughts on the e30 8 click the link
  • below to visit autotrader.com slash
  • oversteer where I've written a column
  • about this car and what
  • piled a list of the best BMW models from
  • this era currently listed for sale on
  • auto trader
  • now I'm gonna start the tour under the
  • hood and as you can see yes this is a
  • v12 if not the little v8 in a 740 i base
  • model but the v12 the v12 was of course
  • much rarer than the v8 not too many
  • people opted for it but the original
  • owner of this car did now there are a
  • couple of interesting quirks under the
  • hood one of which is this little warning
  • label telling you how to change the
  • headlights or rather how not to change
  • the headlights it shows a man with his
  • hand on a headlight getting horribly
  • shocked you just feel bad for him
  • another interesting engine related item
  • this top-of-the-line v12s 326 horsepower
  • is almost exactly the same figure the
  • current 7 series makes with its
  • base-level turbocharged six-cylinder oh
  • how times have changed next up we move
  • around to the back where you can see one
  • interesting item is the car has factory
  • parking sensors you can see the little
  • indentations in the bumpers to the radar
  • that sent stuff and i'm senor backing up
  • and beeps to let you know if you're
  • about to hit something it's not a big
  • deal today but back in 2001 I remember
  • no cars had this this had to have been
  • one of the very first cars and parking
  • sensors it's impressive to see and it
  • still works now next up I want to
  • discuss this cars styling earlier I said
  • I think it is the most beautiful
  • four-door sedan ever made and I really
  • stand by that I I know some people might
  • say it's outdated some people might
  • disagree with me but I think this car
  • came from an era before the auto makers
  • were just trying too hard with all sorts
  • of gouges and cuts and lines to make
  • their cars look cooler and stand out
  • this thing was understated and it was
  • just perfect the design was so good it
  • was so beautiful the thin headlights in
  • front I always thought looked good the
  • taillights in back the taillight
  • assembly just that simple square was so
  • good this car meant business and
  • performance and athletic driving without
  • having to tell everybody that it meant
  • that next to move around to the rear of
  • the car and the trunk which opens in a
  • rather unusual manner for one thing
  • there's a latch here that you can just
  • put your fingers under and pop the trunk
  • open instead the trunk only opens in one
  • of two ways there's a little button in
  • the drivers footwell you can use or you
  • can stick it akia know when you stick
  • the key in the operation is rather
  • unusual you stick the key and you push
  • and then a little motor lifts up the
  • trunk take a look but it doesn't open
  • the trunk instead you
  • to do that yourself and it is quite
  • heavy so it's just a motor that kind of
  • unlatches it and then you do all the
  • work but closing it is even more unusual
  • you close it most of the way and then
  • the motor does the rest take a look it's
  • kind of odd to say that you can't slam
  • the trunk down instead you kind of get
  • it in the right place and the motor
  • latches now once you get the trunk open
  • there are a couple of interesting items
  • back here one of which is there's a
  • diagram showing how to fit for golf bags
  • in the back of your 7 Series now back
  • when this car came out and made me still
  • today people always complain I won't get
  • a sedan if I can't fit 4 sets like golf
  • bags in the back and so BMW was
  • sensitive to that and not only could
  • this fit 4 sets but they actually
  • printed a diagram and put it inside the
  • trunk showing you how to do it not next
  • up another interesting item on the sides
  • of the trunk you have a couple of items
  • hidden inside the trunk lining on that
  • side you have the CD changer and the
  • navigation system discs and over here on
  • the passenger side you have the tire
  • jack and the batteries now that isn't
  • really all that unusual saying auxilary
  • items like that inside the trunk lining
  • the weird thing in this car though is
  • the latches are held on with magnets
  • virtually every other automaker uses
  • just a cheap plastic latch back here
  • because you don't really go into these
  • compartments all that often but BMW
  • chose a magnet which probably made
  • things more expensive but also classed
  • it up a bit when you were going to get
  • your tire changing tools next if we move
  • on to another interesting item in the
  • trunk maybe the most interesting and the
  • trunk you can see on the inside of the
  • trunk lid there's a little triangle
  • there well that's where they keep the
  • warning triangle obviously that you set
  • up if you break down you open it up and
  • you go in there and you look and there
  • is no warning triangle well that's
  • because the warning triangle is mandated
  • in some countries in Europe but it is
  • not mandated in the United States so BMW
  • decided not to include the warning
  • triangle on US model 7 series they
  • figured it was expensive to include a
  • warning triangle most Americans don't
  • even really know what it is or how to
  • use it so they just didn't bother so
  • even though there's a warning triangle
  • symbol on the outside of this thing
  • there's no warning triangle in there in
  • any US cemeteries now one interesting
  • thing instead of the warning triangle
  • you do have a very nice diagram of an
  • e46 3 Series Sedan so you go to get your
  • triangle it isn't there but at least you
  • can look at it 46 3 Series Sedan
  • you do however have it
  • toolkit with screwdrivers and wrenches
  • and all that stuff and most of these
  • things say BMW on them which is a very
  • nice look
  • next we move inside the e38 where there
  • are quite a few interesting quirks and
  • features in here the first one you
  • notice the moment you start the car and
  • that would be this odd little green
  • yellow red diagram inside the gauge
  • cluster that diagram is designed to show
  • when you need to come in for service you
  • can see right now it's all the way in
  • green that's because this car has
  • recently been serviced as you drive more
  • miles the green starts to go away you
  • get into yellow and then when it's red
  • you have to come in for your service the
  • next interesting item is in the center
  • console and that would be the ashtray
  • now just getting to the ashtray is kind
  • of interesting it's hidden under this
  • wood panel you push it and then it sort
  • of rises up to greet you but that isn't
  • the most unusual thing you look in there
  • you see this button
  • what is that button for well you push
  • that and it pops out the ashtray so you
  • can go and dump your ashes once the
  • ashtray gets full in this car you don't
  • just lift out the ashtray like a
  • plebeian instead you press a button and
  • it is delivered to you next up this car
  • has a power tilt sliding steering wheel
  • which was a pretty cool feature back in
  • 2001 this was ultimately a really
  • high-end luxury car but it gets better
  • this car also has a heated steering
  • wheel which would have been a really
  • good feature back in 2001 but it gets
  • even better
  • this car has massaging seats you push
  • this little button in the center stack
  • and the seats actually massage you the
  • front ones now I have to admit I barely
  • feel the massage it really isn't
  • anything special but it's there it's
  • happening this car must have been one of
  • the very first to include massaging
  • seats next up back to the center console
  • we have to talk about the phone yes the
  • phone this car came equipped with a car
  • phone because that's what titans of
  • industry who drove 750 ILS had back in
  • 2001 you don't operate the phone you
  • push this little eject button and then
  • it is sort of delivered to you and then
  • you can pull it out and use it and just
  • look how old-school this phone is it
  • blows me away if there was ever time
  • when this was considered the most
  • cutting-edge phone it's just hard to
  • remember the perspective of that era
  • this phone says BMW on it in several
  • places they didn't want you to forget
  • who gave you your phone I also like the
  • fact that it says time port on and I
  • guess that's the model of phone it
  • certainly is a time port
  • looking at this thing and remembering
  • back to life in 2001 now the interesting
  • thing about this phone is it's mounted
  • on what appears to be the center console
  • lid but that isn't actually the lid this
  • car doesn't have a center console like
  • in most cars where you can store stuff
  • instead it's an armrest and you can move
  • it forward or backward depending on what
  • you find most comfortable there are two
  • little storage pockets in here one on
  • the driver side where you could store
  • little items and there's one on a
  • passenger side where you could store a
  • little items but for some reason this
  • car removed a large cargo carrying
  • center console that most other vehicles
  • have next up move on to the climate
  • control vents which are rather
  • interesting now you can move them from
  • side to side with a little dial at the
  • bottom just like most cars climate
  • control vents but the weird thing is how
  • you close them in a lot of cars you just
  • slide a dial up and then they close
  • behind the dashboard somewhere inside
  • the dashboard in this car when you move
  • the dial up too close the vents they
  • close on the dashboard so when they're
  • closed they kind of provide more of a
  • flushed look uninterrupted by climate
  • control vent lines just in case you
  • don't want any air blowing on you and
  • you don't even want to see the climate
  • control events next up we must talk
  • about the grab handles or the coat
  • hangers on the ceiling right on the
  • inside of the door these are very nice
  • coat hanger grab handles not only are
  • they trimmed in wood with little
  • aluminum ends to the wood but also when
  • you pull them open and then go too close
  • then they close very softly they don't
  • just snap closed they're engineered to
  • provide a luxury experience even when
  • you're hanging your code or grabbing
  • them to get in the car now next up I
  • want to talk about the solid feeling of
  • everything in this cabin it's hard to
  • put in a video but everything in this
  • car just feels so solid and so firm when
  • you push it you really feel like you're
  • in the best-built automobile you could
  • imagine the steering wheel for one
  • always look to me like a true
  • businessperson steering wheel you'd be
  • gripping this thing lay you're driving a
  • hundred and fifty miles an hour down the
  • Autobahn to go fire you're vice
  • president of communications because he's
  • been caught stealing paper clips this
  • was a serious serious steering wheel and
  • it feels like it every button on it just
  • feels so good but my favorite part is
  • the turn signal stock back in these new
  • late 90s early 2000s BMWs the signal
  • stalk and the wiper stock just felt so
  • solid and so thick and so sturdy it was
  • so
  • to touch next up on the door panel
  • another interesting item is you can see
  • there are two different door pockets one
  • of them is just open and the other one
  • is closed it has a little door to it so
  • I guess one of them is for items you
  • want people to see and one of them is
  • frightens you don't want people to see
  • I'm not really sure why they went with
  • two different levels of privacy for the
  • door pockets but they did next up we
  • move on to the seats now the seats
  • obviously go forward and backward just
  • like in any car and they go up and down
  • and the headrest goes up and down which
  • is the mark of a true luxury car but
  • there's also one more switch over on the
  • seat controls that's unlabeled what does
  • that do well it's actually kind of
  • interesting it moves only the top part
  • of the backrest forward or backward so
  • there's a control to move the whole
  • backrest and there's one just to move
  • the top part to get the seat that much
  • more perfectly comfortable as you might
  • expect from a high-end luxury car now
  • next up we move on to the infotainment
  • system yes this car has a center screen
  • and as you might imagine since this is a
  • 2001 model is about the most outdated
  • thing you can possibly think of but this
  • is still the factory system and it is
  • very cool to check out today it's
  • amazingly there was ever time we thought
  • this was cutting edge technology but I
  • remember when this car came out new and
  • it was cutting edge technology now the
  • first thing you go to is the on-board
  • computer and you can see it shows eight
  • different items you have your limit your
  • speed limit your fuel range your
  • distance that you've traveled since the
  • last reset fuel consumption and your
  • average speed it also shows your outside
  • temperature it works pretty well and
  • it's kind of interesting to see all that
  • displayed in the infotainment screen the
  • next interesting item is DSP and that's
  • the stereo settings you go in there and
  • you can see there's a little equalizer
  • and you can change how the sound is
  • presented but the most interesting thing
  • is if you press memo you can see that it
  • gives you several different options for
  • how the sound will sound including
  • concert hall jazz club and cathedral so
  • you're sitting in this car driving along
  • you like you know this thing doesn't
  • sound enough like a jazz club well you
  • could change that it also impresses the
  • fact that this car had a navigation
  • system I can't imagine trying to use the
  • navigation system in this screen but it
  • had one it isn't working at the moment
  • but it did work 17 years ago when this
  • car was new and I'm sure it was
  • difficult to use back then as well
  • now the next interesting item in the
  • info
  • payment system if you click on set in
  • the bottom left it brings up the
  • settings and you can play around with a
  • lot of different stuff you can change it
  • from miles to kilometers you can change
  • fuel economy from miles per gallon to
  • kilometers per liter whatever you want
  • to do the usual stuff the one
  • interesting thing is it says language
  • and you can see there are two options
  • USA and E well it turns out USA is
  • English so I may be thinking what is e
  • why that's Spanish of course I guess e
  • for espana and not e for English it
  • makes no sense to me but they didn't
  • really have a lot of characters they
  • could use so you can choose between
  • English USA or Spanish e another
  • interesting item up here is the cup
  • holders which were very clearly an
  • afterthought they're incredibly flimsy
  • pull them out and you can tell they're
  • not designed to carry much and BMW has
  • placed them in the worst possible spot
  • directly in front of all of the climate
  • control buttons and switches so if you
  • actually have a cup in there you can't
  • use any of that you can tell the Germans
  • really just don't want people to be
  • drinking anything in their vehicles but
  • they put cup holders in and begrudgingly
  • the other interesting item up front is
  • the glovebox you pull it and it softly
  • opens up on its own pull it again and
  • then it moves towards you so you can
  • access its contents amazingly the
  • glovebox doesn't have traditional hinges
  • but rather hydraulics which is just
  • insane over engineering the other cool
  • thing in the glovebox
  • it contains a flashlight it's hidden on
  • the left you pull it out and has the BMW
  • logo on it and yes this one still works
  • nearly 20 years after this was a new car
  • next up we move on to the back of the 7
  • Series in the backseat there are quite a
  • few interesting items one of which is
  • the seat belts now the first thing you
  • notice we get back here is the seat
  • belts come out from the middle so when
  • you sit in this sit you don't go over
  • your shoulder on this side and get the
  • seat belt from the pillar like in
  • basically every other sedan and instead
  • it comes out the middle and the owner of
  • this car told me he thinks that's
  • because the theory is if you get in a
  • serious accident the firefighters have
  • to cut the belt it's easier for them to
  • cut the one point closest to the door
  • rather than having to reach across your
  • lap and cut you out which seems like it
  • makes sense to me and that's interesting
  • maybe more interesting is the fact that
  • this car doesn't have traditional seat
  • belt buckles like most other cars
  • instead the buckles are actually fitted
  • into the seat they don't just flop
  • around like in some cars but they're
  • actually like a component of the seat
  • itself and so you put the seat belt in
  • the buckle in the scene of
  • never really seen that before the next
  • interest hanim is the cupholder back
  • here which is just about as flimsy as
  • the cup holder in front it comes out
  • from the base of the seat sort of like
  • where your knees are and you can see
  • when it's extended it's not something
  • that you would really want to trust with
  • anything that could spill and stain your
  • back seats it doesn't really look all
  • that sturdy but it's a cup holder
  • nonetheless next up another interesting
  • item in this car this is the long
  • wheelbase version of a luxury sedan and
  • so it has some nice rear seat passenger
  • amenities including foot rests it has
  • these carpeted foot rests that you can
  • move around and adjust to fit perfectly
  • where you want so that you resting your
  • feet in exactly the right spot is you
  • read The Wall Street Journal while
  • you're being chauffeured down the street
  • another interesting item back here this
  • car has heated rear seats which was a
  • pretty cool trick for 2001 the weird
  • thing to me about thinking it seats
  • though is you push a button to turn them
  • on and then there's a little slider then
  • you can adjust how much heat you're
  • getting now strangely in front there was
  • a button and it only had three settings
  • medium low and high but in the back
  • there's a slider and you could sort of
  • slide it to any settings so the rear
  • seat passengers have more heated seat
  • choices than the front seat passengers
  • which is kind of odd unfortunately
  • there's no massaging seat back here but
  • there are seat controls you can see
  • they're mounted sort of on the bolster
  • nearest to the door you can move the
  • seat back forward and you can move the
  • headrest
  • up or down now speaking of the headrest
  • one interesting item near the headrest
  • is you can see there's a panel back here
  • with two lights on it one of them is
  • just an ambient light you can turn on by
  • pushing the button in the back of the
  • panel you also get a reading light that
  • you can push the button in front of the
  • panel and the reading light turns on in
  • case you want to read The Wall Street
  • Journal while you're being chauffeured
  • with your feet on your footrest and it's
  • dark outside next we move on to the door
  • panel where there are a couple of
  • interesting items in here one of which
  • there's this little cubby that you push
  • and then it pops out and you can store
  • stuff in it apparently it's for
  • eyeglasses that's where you put the
  • glasses to read The Wall Street Journal
  • and if you want to put your eyeglasses
  • in there or your sunglasses you can put
  • them in there and always have them in
  • your comfortable little storage cubbies
  • and finally we move on to the first aid
  • kit which is an especially hilarious
  • item in this car it's located above the
  • center armrest and sort of this hidden
  • leather storage compartment you
  • wouldn't really know it's there but
  • there's a little first-aid signee pull
  • it and the first aid kit is in there you
  • pull it out and you can see there are
  • quite a few first-aid related items all
  • of which I find kind of funny for
  • example here is moist towelettes of
  • course these are 17 year old moist
  • towelettes but these things haven't been
  • moist since like 2006 my personal
  • favorite there is a little first-aid
  • tutorial hidden in here it's a little
  • book that tells you what to do various
  • medical emergencies occur my favourite
  • is if you turn two bites and stings it
  • actually goes through what to do if you
  • get for example an animal bite or a tick
  • bite or my favorite an insect sting if
  • present removed stinger by scraping
  • lightly back and forth do not squeeze or
  • use tweezers your BMW 750il will teach
  • you how to deal with an insect sting and
  • that is just the ultimate in luxury
  • wouldn't you say and so those were the
  • quirks and features of the 750il and now
  • it's time to get it out on the road and
  • drive it alright driving the e38 it's
  • been years as I've driven one of these
  • I'm thrilled to be back behind the wheel
  • the first thing you notice instantly
  • this is a far more athletic luxury sedan
  • than you're used to
  • if you drive any modern luxury sedans
  • the steering is just a million times
  • more connected modern luxury sedans just
  • are not on this level in terms of
  • athleticism and also even though this is
  • a huge car it doesn't feel that big for
  • a full-size luxury sedan it's a big car
  • compared to a Miata but you drive a new
  • 7 or a new s-class and this thing
  • suddenly feels Spri and in fact it is
  • Brian the suspension is just fantastic
  • it really is tremendously better then
  • the steering is just so much more
  • connected than a modern ésta now I'm
  • saying listen I'm still gonna giving it
  • not that great at handling score because
  • if the other day this isn't a sports car
  • I just it surprises me that this was
  • once the standard for luxury sedans and
  • we've kind of lost that the new 7 is
  • pretty athletic but the steering is a
  • lot more vague and a lot more numb and
  • you're higher you're more insulated you
  • don't feel as connected to the car now
  • it still feels it's still a little bit
  • floaty I mean it's not an m5
  • Emily and I want to emphasize that it's
  • not an m5 it's not like an M you know
  • crazy sports car but it's fun now
  • acceleration is surprisingly leisurely
  • considering this is a v12 this car
  • followed sort of the old-school theory
  • of the v12 which was you didn't use it
  • for low-end acceleration to make it
  • crazy fast and go nuts instead it was
  • designed to be a car you could cruise at
  • 150 all day long and not have to worry
  • about anything and when that said even
  • if you were going like a hundred hundred
  • ten and you drop your foot it would
  • still kind of take off because it had
  • torque even at those numbers this was
  • never a car that was intended to be like
  • a and performance car and so the v12 you
  • step on it coming out of a curb and it
  • moves it's quick it doesn't feel slow
  • but it doesn't feel as fast as you would
  • think given that you're you've got this
  • big v12
  • now this particular Isle this one is
  • really smooth the owner has gone through
  • and done a ton of mechanical work to
  • make this car as nice as possible and it
  • sinks this thing is just super super
  • smooth and you floor it and it feels
  • like exactly how it would be and I
  • really feel like I'm transported back 17
  • years to how this car was back when it
  • was a new car
  • it feels very stable you're surprisingly
  • removed from sound I'm surprised at how
  • quiet it is in here considering it is
  • kind of an athletic car the ride quality
  • is not as good as modern luxury sedans
  • but it does have a stability to it even
  • as you go over bumps the car never feels
  • unsettled one cool thing about this car
  • is you know you look on the outside and
  • you're reminded of the old era of BMW
  • styling where it was just the best but
  • even on the inside you kind of have that
  • feeling if you don't look at that
  • infotainment screen and if you just kind
  • of use the steering wheel touch the turn
  • signal stock the headlight switch you
  • feel like this was the top era of BMW
  • you don't have to be on the outside of
  • the car looking at it to have that
  • feeling and so that's the 2001 BMW 7
  • series the best luxury sedan of all time
  • yes I know these are aging and I know
  • you can pick up a used one for like
  • eight grand and I know they had some
  • reliability issues and yes I'm aware
  • that new luxury sedans are technically
  • better in the sense
  • that they have more power and more tech
  • and better equipment and whatever but to
  • me the e38 7-series was just the perfect
  • combination of attractive styling and
  • good performance and good comfort and
  • good technology and good driving
  • experience all rolled into one it was
  • just perfect and now it's time to give
  • it a dug score starting with the weekend
  • categories and styling the 750il is
  • absolutely beautiful the best-looking
  • sedan ever I can't give it the same
  • score as the Ferrari f40 or the 250 GT
  • Lusso but I'm gonna get close it's a 9
  • out of 10 acceleration to 0 to 60 and
  • 6.7 seconds and it gets a 2 out of 10
  • handling it's reasonably spry for a car
  • this size and it gets a 5 out of 10 fun
  • factor is relatively low this car isn't
  • about fun even though it's got a v12 and
  • it gets a 4 out of 10 cool factor is
  • only okay most people wouldn't give this
  • car a second glance in a parking lot but
  • I would and I know other enthusiasts
  • would too and it gets a 5 out of 10 for
  • a total weekend score with 25 out of 50
  • next up are the daily categories
  • starting with features the 750il was
  • good for its day but weak by modern
  • standards and it gets a 4 out of 10
  • Comfort is good this car is supple
  • they're not quite as pillowy soft as the
  • top luxury sedans of its day and it gets
  • a 7 out of 10
  • quality is a mixed bag the interior
  • materials are top-notch but the cabins
  • appearance is clearly aging and
  • reliability is a bit uncertain to say
  • the least it gets a 6 out of 10
  • practicality is decent as it has a roomy
  • cabin and a big trunk and it gets a 5
  • out of 10
  • finally value this is a gorgeous city
  • and it's cheap as a nice one can be had
  • for around 10 grand but that comes with
  • outdated technology and questionable
  • reliability this car is an icon but as a
  • vehicle to use everyday you get what you
  • pay for and it gets a 6 out of 10 for a
  • total daily score of 28 out of 50 add it
  • up and the Dougs score is 53 out of 100
  • and here's how it compares to luxury car
  • rivals from this era the e38 750il is
  • only one point behind the Phaeton w12
  • which is a neat trick since the Phaeton
  • came out three years after the 7 Series
  • went away and the 750 has a respectable
  • showing against other luxury cars from
  • its era to
  • you
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The 2001 BMW 750iL is a special car -- and I think it's the most beautiful luxury sedan ever. Today I'm reviewing the 2001 BMW 7 Series to show you why I think the E38 7 Series is such a great car.

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