BMW 7-Series 2010 Oman Prices & Specs

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Oman starting price

OMR 30,000

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OMR 30,000 - 35,000 (730Li)
OMR 36,000 - 41,000 (740Li)
OMR 45,500 - 51,000 (750Li)
OMR 70,000 - 80,000 (760Li)
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BMW 7-Series 2010 specifications

Country of Origin Germany
Class Luxury Large Sedan
Body Styles 4-door sedan, 4-door long sedan
Weight (kg) 1935 - 2250
Version Performance
Engine Gearbox Power (hp) Torque (Nm) Fuel Econ (L/100km) Fuel Econ (km/L) 0-100 kph (sec) Top speed (kph)
3.0 I6 RWD 6A 258 310 9.8 10.2 7.7-7.8 245
3.0TC I6 RWD 6A 326 450 9.9-10.0 10.1 5.9-6.0 250*
4.4TC V8 RWD 6A 407 600 11.3-11.4 8.8 5.2-5.3 250*
6.0TC V12 RWD 8A 544 750 13.0 7.7 4.6 250*

BMW 7-Series 2010 reviews

Performance, relative fuel economy, sharp styling, handling

Misleading badges, electronics overkill, pricey

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by Mashfique Hussain Chowdhury & Team

BMW 7-Series 2010 Overview

The fifth-generation BMW 7-Series was launched for the 2009 model year, returning to form as an attractive full-size luxury sedan, after years of looking like a troll in its previous generation. The first models to be launched include the standard-wheelbase 740i and 750i as well as the long-wheelbase 740Li and 750Li. The long-wheelbase 760Li came in 2010. Most GCC dealers import only the long-wheelbase version of all the models. In a misleading move dreamt up by retarded marketeers, the 740i and 740Li are now powered by a 3.0-litre twin-turbo inline-6 engine, instead of the V8 that the badge implies. The 750i and 750Li are now powered by a 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8, although the 760Li moniker is accurate, with its 6.0-litre twin-turbo V12. The 730i and 730Li models debuted later in 2010, with naturally-aspirated 3.0-litre inline-6. Badge deception notwithstanding, all engines are capable performers, featuring Double-VANOS variable valve technology, direct injection, and a 6-speed automatic for all except the V12, which comes with an 8-speed automatic. The range now comes equipped with EfficientDynamics technologies as standard, all aimed at improving fuel economy. All 7-Series can now be specified with a side-view camera system, Park Distance Control, two forward-facing cameras, night-vision system, a pedestrian recognition system, blind-spot warning, a heads-up display, speed-related active steering, variable air-suspension damping control, stability control, hill-start assistant, ABS, brake drying, brake-fade compensation, iDrive with larger 10.2-inch screen, instrument cluster with a high-resolution colour display, navigation, 8 GB hard drive, rear-seat DVD entertainment with integrated screens, four-zone automatic air-conditioning, multiple front and side-curtain airbags, optional rear-seat ventilation system with massage function, and other electronic gimmicks. All the usual luxury basics are obviously also included, such as leather, power accessories, sunroof and 18-inch alloys.

BMW 7-Series 2010 Reliability & Resale Value

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Known Problems Check for random electrical issues involving in-car gadgets or drivetrain sensors, sometimes fixed with software updates. Check for prematurely-worn brakes and suspension bushings. Some BMW owners complain of car not starting if left undriven for a week. The 7-Series is not part of high-pressure fuel pump recall affecting other turbo models, but check working condition anyway. Not all problems affect all owners.
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BMW 7-Series 2010 Safety Ratings

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