2006 BMW 760

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$111,500 - $118,900
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EngineEngine 6.0LV-12
MPGMPG 15 City / 22 Hwy
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2006 760 Overview

BMW sparked debate four years ago with the introduction of its radically redesigned and heavily computerized 7 Series sedans.Critics assailed the styling and some drivers did not like the iDrive controls.While the company has toned down the styling and backed away from some of the more convoluted electronics, the car still sparks debate.However, we can assure you this: This is a luxury sedan in the truest sense and it is impressive to drive.

Its responsive engines and six-speed automatic transmission, its magic-carpet ride quality, its excellent handling, its awesomely powerful brakes, and its well-tuned electronic stability control systems deliver the ultimate in big-sedan river control.This car flat flies.The 760 models are two of the quickest, fastest, normally aspirated 2.5-ton vehicles in the world.

Whichever 7 Series you choose, starting with the standard 750i, you'll get a sedan that's big, smooth, fast and inspiring.It'll also be equipped with the latest safety technology.No matter where you sit, you'll experience a cabin that's beautiful and wonderfully comfortable.The 750Li and 760Li (L for long) offer even greater legroom in the back seats.All the 7 Series models are exceptionally powerful and responsive, and if the V12-powered 760i and 760Li don't stir something inside you, you may as well call a cab.

Virtually everything in the cabin is controlled through a single mouse-like interface called iDrive.It controls the entertainment system, the navigation system and myriad settings managing the car's suspension, lighting and driver/car interface, and it demands some study to master.Once that's accomplished, however, driving the 7 Series cars is easy and quite satisfying.

The whisper-quiet cabin is a great place for quiet conversation or magnificent solitude.The 7 Series has a superb stereo, so it's an insulated sound studio where you can hear Mozart concertos, crystal clear vocals or crisp acoustic guitar notes.The level of technology the 7 Series offers is mind boggling, and a negative in the minds of some.Almost-silent, hidden fans and heating elements cool or warm your rear end or your soft drink; microchips stand by to instantaneously detect and restrain a skidding tire or to apply the brakes full force just in case you were distracted by a phone call; power sunshades keep the sun off your rear passengers.Adaptive headlights turn with the car.

There's more, much more, but the point is made.Among the big luxury sedans, the 2006 BMW 7 Series retains its status as the ultimate driving machine.

The 2006 BMW 7 Series models offer a freshened appearance with a redesigned grille, hood and headlamps.The lower grille opening now looks like it's smiling, rather than frowning.The V8 engine on the 750i and 750Li has been revised for 2006 and delivers siginficantly more power.And the iDrive system has been revised on 2006 models for improved graphics and easier operation.
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2006 760 Overview

BMW sparked debate four years ago with the introduction of its radically redesigned and heavily computerized 7 Series sedans.Critics assailed the styling and some drivers did not like the iDrive controls.While the company has toned down the styling and backed away from some of the more convoluted electronics, the car still sparks debate.However, we can assure you this: This is a luxury sedan in the truest sense and it is impressive to drive.

Its responsive engines and six-speed automatic transmission, its magic-carpet ride quality, its excellent handling, its awesomely powerful brakes, and its well-tuned electronic stability control systems deliver the ultimate in big-sedan river control.This car flat flies.The 760 models are two of the quickest, fastest, normally aspirated 2.5-ton vehicles in the world.

Whichever 7 Series you choose, starting with the standard 750i, you'll get a sedan that's big, smooth, fast and inspiring.It'll also be equipped with the latest safety technology.No matter where you sit, you'll experience a cabin that's beautiful and wonderfully comfortable.The 750Li and 760Li (L for long) offer even greater legroom in the back seats.All the 7 Series models are exceptionally powerful and responsive, and if the V12-powered 760i and 760Li don't stir something inside you, you may as well call a cab.

Virtually everything in the cabin is controlled through a single mouse-like interface called iDrive.It controls the entertainment system, the navigation system and myriad settings managing the car's suspension, lighting and driver/car interface, and it demands some study to master.Once that's accomplished, however, driving the 7 Series cars is easy and quite satisfying.

The whisper-quiet cabin is a great place for quiet conversation or magnificent solitude.The 7 Series has a superb stereo, so it's an insulated sound studio where you can hear Mozart concertos, crystal clear vocals or crisp acoustic guitar notes.The level of technology the 7 Series offers is mind boggling, and a negative in the minds of some.Almost-silent, hidden fans and heating elements cool or warm your rear end or your soft drink; microchips stand by to instantaneously detect and restrain a skidding tire or to apply the brakes full force just in case you were distracted by a phone call; power sunshades keep the sun off your rear passengers.Adaptive headlights turn with the car.

There's more, much more, but the point is made.Among the big luxury sedans, the 2006 BMW 7 Series retains its status as the ultimate driving machine.

The 2006 BMW 7 Series models offer a freshened appearance with a redesigned grille, hood and headlamps.The lower grille opening now looks like it's smiling, rather than frowning.The V8 engine on the 750i and 750Li has been revised for 2006 and delivers siginficantly more power.And the iDrive system has been revised on 2006 models for improved graphics and easier operation.Hide Full Review