what the differnce between the bmw 745 and 750 ?

Asked by Feb 10, 2008 at 01:57 PM about the BMW 7 Series

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engine, as far as I know.

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Yes, engine size is the primary difference.

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engine, bluetooth, idrive, front and rear of the car, and tranny

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depends on year, Bryan is incorrect. Between 1996/7 and 2001 the 745 was a 4.4l V8 (same as found in the later X5). In that same year range from 1998-2001 they offered a 750il which was a 5.3l V12.

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From the inside, you'd likely never notice a difference (with the exception of a few gadgets.). The 750 was a simple face-lift of the E65/E66 745; the last two numbers of a BMW model USUALLY represent engine size (there are exceptions.) The 745 has a 4.5 L (really a 4.4) V8, the 750 has a 5.0 L, and the 760 has a 6.0 L V12. Aesthetically, the front grille, headlamps, bumper, hood, and rear boot lid and tail lamps are different. For a price, the 745 can be updated by BMW to look like a 750.

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