how many miles can my 2009 bmw 750i last for?

Asked by Jan 26, 2014 at 11:17 PM about the 2009 BMW 7 Series

Question type: General

I currently have 33,000 miles on the vehicle, as well as another 3 years left on my
warranty i purchased.

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With proper maintenance and servicing it should go for 200000 or more.

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I second that. Maintenance is the key! -Jim

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Just keep it maintained. Should last well over 200,000 miles

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just keep the maintenance up on it and it will last for ever

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Good Morning Carenthusiast18, I have to agree with the guys, Maintenance is the key, just keep in mind that manufactures know very well what it costs to keep these cars operating well and usually limit warranties at the point where in no longer is cost effective. Also the resale value drops of considerably around the 100k mile mark. I have been replacing mine at just under 90k., with nice clean used ones that have complete maintenance records and some factory warranty still on them. Good Luck, Rats

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Keeping on top of maintenance is key. I totally agree with everyone. After the warranty expires, be prepared for heart stopping costs. They have to be done. If you wait or skip a service item, you'll need an EMT with a crash cart. If you like the car, and it's been good to you, it will go the distance so enjoy and make sure you have your gold card with you! Enjoy and good luck!

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With regular maintenance and service the car will always run great, regardless of the mileage. I do all my service and maintenance at a BMW dealership because they guarantee the parts for the life of the car.

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There's one factor more important than maintenance...How you drive it. You can wear out any car quicker by overtaxing it.

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