7 Series Doesn't Come Cheap

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BMW's flagship luxury sedan may offer all of the comforts modern auto technology has to offer, but expect to pay premium for this. With a base price of $80,400, the 7 Series offers front seats with amazing lateral support. The driver's seat has multiple power adjustments including the adjustable side bolsters. While handling is not as crisp as the wonderful 3 Series (which is a much smaller car), the 7 is also offered in extended L trim.

As if it isn't large enough, the L trim adds additional length to the car. Beginning in 2009, BMW offered its top-of-the line 760Li with a twin turbocharged V12 engine producing 544 horsepower. All-wheel drive will also be an new feature available beginning in 2010.

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