2006 BMW 750I

Asked by Jun 04, 2014 at 10:19 PM about the BMW 7 Series

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I've negotiated a price of around $10k for a 750I, loaded with options. Car is extremely clean and comes with all maint records. However it does need a driver's window regulator and 19" rear tires. Has new brakes...other than what I have mentioned, no flaws.
Am I making the right decision?

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210,075

We can only comment on if the price is right. Sounds like a fair deal. Just make sure you have a $2000 a year on avg. budgeted for maintenance and repairs of your new luxury vehicle.

725

Are you sure you know all that it needs? Can you afford to maintain the car? Don't only look at the initial cost but make sure you can pay to properly maintain it.

Actually, I do a majority of my own work. I've owned several 7 Series BMW's, but nothing newer than 2002.I guess I needed some reassurance. The price that I paid was right at Trade-In. I found a regulator online for $120. I drove the snot out of the car today and it ran perfectly. I was expecting drivetrain and/or electrical issues to come up. The car shifted like new, no lights or bells. I'm extremely happy with my purchase

725

Good stuff. Congrats!

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