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(BNNBloomberg)   Even at BMW prices you're still going to want the interior scotchguard option   (bnnbloomberg.ca) divider line
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2022-04-20 11:56:48 AM  
......the backseats are soaked in Scotchguard.

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2022-04-20 11:59:02 AM  
OH GOD I LOVE READING ABOUT RICH PEOPLE THINGS.
 
2022-04-20 12:26:22 PM  
Friend has a series 7, and I will say, that backseat (and legroom) was huuuuuuge.

Like, made-for-baby-making huge.
 
2022-04-20 12:58:54 PM  
New BMW 7 Series: Includes an 8k CINEMA?!
Youtube xTkXlbEgAwQ

Not a single picture of the car in the article, so here's a video.

(it's kind of ugly.)
 
2022-04-20 1:03:58 PM  
That thing is butt-ugly.
 
2022-04-20 1:04:46 PM  
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2022-04-20 1:08:15 PM  
I drove a 7 series over 20 years ago and I was impressed at how such a large car can handle like a much smaller car.
 
2022-04-20 1:31:27 PM  

Rapmaster2000: I drove a 7 series over 20 years ago and I was impressed at how such a large car can handle like a much smaller car.


I... Disagrees?

I grabbed a used '01 cheap 6, 7 years ago as a project car.  My daily at the time was an Impreza, and I drive a crossover now.  The 7 was great for highway cruising - smooth suspension, quiet, and the 4.4 v8 was all torque.

But on the back roads it handled heavier than the crossover.  It would take a 5 point turn to do what the crossover does in 3, zero sense of the corners, and heavy steering.  It's a limo, not a hot hatch.
 
2022-04-20 3:07:04 PM  
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2022-04-20 7:07:15 PM  

freakdiablo: Rapmaster2000: I drove a 7 series over 20 years ago and I was impressed at how such a large car can handle like a much smaller car.

I... Disagrees?

I grabbed a used '01 cheap 6, 7 years ago as a project car.  My daily at the time was an Impreza, and I drive a crossover now.  The 7 was great for highway cruising - smooth suspension, quiet, and the 4.4 v8 was all torque.

But on the back roads it handled heavier than the crossover.  It would take a 5 point turn to do what the crossover does in 3, zero sense of the corners, and heavy steering.  It's a limo, not a hot hatch.


New shocks for that 15 year old car might have been a good investment.
 
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