BMW 7 Series 735i (E65) Reviews

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“The BMW 735i oozes class & attracts admiring glances...”

Written on: 06/04/2008 by John Gandhi (1 review written)

The BMW 735i oozes class & attracts admiring glances everywhere. The E65 7 series has phenomenal 'Road Presence'. It is easy to manoevre for such a big car and the parking sensors are a great help when parking. Performance wise the 3.6 V8 engine pulls the car effortlessly and swiftly...surprising many 'Boy-Racers' off the lights. Ride comfort and interior space are second to none and the 100's of functions (including the i-drive) are simple to operate. The chassis feels wonderful for such a… Read Full Review

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“Crazy arrangement with non-dropping head rests on the...”

Written on: 30/10/2007 by PaulKaye20 (1 review written)

Crazy arrangement with non-dropping head rests on the BMW 735i. Driver's seat doesn't rise enough. Expensive repairs: water overheating > needed removing engine > head removing, replacing a 40p seal > cost: :L4000. Steering fluid leak: raise engine > specialist equipment > expensive parts > cost L2000… Read Full Review

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“I owned a 97 reg BMW 728i for five years. This was a...”

Written on: 01/09/2007 by phf8888 (1 review written)

I owned a 97 reg BMW 728i for five years. This was a wonderful car, a pleasure to own and drive. Big BMW's are made for long trips and the old one did it with ease. I bought my current model a 2003 735i about a year ago. I was astonished at how much better it is than the old one. It is a brilliant cruiser but very bale on the twisty stuff as well. It accelerates and stops very well. Comfort is fantastic A trip to the Alps is done in ease. You will not be disappointed with this car. Don't be put… Read Full Review

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“The BMW 735i (E65) was my second 7 series (the first...”

Written on: 22/02/2004 by RBraddick (4 reviews written)

The BMW 735i (E65) was my second 7 series (the first being a "T" reg 728i). I changed jobs and foolishly purhased an Alfa 166 - I knew I had made an error immediately and the "BMW" bug had got me. Within weeks the Alfa went (this incidentally broke down several times in this short period of ownership!).

I found an "X" reg 735i, 18 months old, top spec. and a bargain price of 35k (55k 18 months earlier!). Great wheels...

What a car - there was never a moment when I didn't enjoy driving the… Read Full Review

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