BMW's Fantastic Flagship
The Good: Handling, interior, technology
The Bad: Complicated iDrive electronic controls, relatively high price
The Bottom Line: The top choice of luxury sedan for those who really love to drive
There are days when I feel like the luckiest guy in the world. The last time it happened was when I recently found myself cruising along the Interstate in a BMW 750Li on a bright, sunny afternoon with Sirius satellite radio featuring rare vintage tracks from John Coltrane and Thelonious Monk. The car just floated along, as silent and smooth as a dream; the music played quietly in the background with virtually no intrusion from engine or road noise.
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