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BMW 740iL sedan. BMW 750i sedan. The E32 is the second generation of 7 Series, which was produced from 1986 to 1994. It was initially available with a straight-six or V12 engine, the latter being Germany's first in a passenger car since World War II. In 1992, V8 engines became available. Find the engine specs, MPG, transmission, wheels, weight, performance and more for the 2001 BMW 7 Series Sedan 4D 740iL. See good deals, great deals and more on a BMW 740iL. Search from 19 BMW 740iL cars for sale, including a Used 1994 BMW 740iL, a Used 1995 BMW 740iL, and a Used 1997 BMW 740iL. Research the 1997 BMW 740 at cars.com and find specs, pricing, MPG, safety data, photos, videos, reviews and local inventory. Find the best BMW 7 Series 740iL for sale near you. Every used car for sale comes with a free CARFAX Report. We have 10 BMW 7 Series 740iL vehicles for sale that are reported accident free, 2 1-Owner cars, and 10 personal use cars. 2000 BMW 740IL Prices Founded in 1916, Bavarian Motor Works, or BMW, considers its cars to be the "Ultimate Driving Machine." BMW produces luxury cars and SUVs that are potent performers and rich with features. The least-expensive 2020 BMW 7 Series is the 2020 BMW 7 Series 740i 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A). Including destination charge, it arrives with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of. The History Of BMW 740il The BMW 7 Series is a line of full-size luxury vehicles produced by the German automaker BMW. Introduced in 1977, it is BMW's flagship car and is only available as a sedan. When BMW first came out with this vehicle back in 1999, it was a stunner to crowds that never expected something with such a short wheelbase and full size to be able to pull what the BMW could. The standards then were a lot different to how they are now, but for some reason, the 2000 740i can still stand to the test of age and time. On February 18, 1994, the E38 BMW 7 Series was unveiled for the 1995 model year via a BMW press release. The 750i production began in November 1994, in advance of its January 1995 launch. The last E38 (a silver 740i with a black leather interior) rolled off BMW's assembly line on July 27, 2001 to make way for the replacement E65 7 Series.
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