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...Built on a 123.2-inch wheelbase, the 760Li stretches to 203.5 inches long overall, versus 117.7 and 198 inches for the 760i sedan. An aluminum suspension with Active Roll Stabilization is intended to reduce body roll. The self-leveling rear suspension uses air springs. Interior Like the V-8-powered 745, the 760 seats up to five occupants. Because the 760Li has a longer wheelbase, backseat occupants enjoy an additional 5.5 inches of legroom for limousinelike accommodations. Its wider door openings ease entry and exit. The door openings are infinitely variable rather than fitted with specific...
...Comfort seats with a 20-way adjustment and articulated backrests are standard in the 745Li and optional in the 745i. Standard features on both models include a power tilt/telescoping steering wheel, rain-sensing wipers, a navigation system, automatic climate control and a 10-speaker sound system with a six-CD changer. Sirius Satellite Radio is optional. Under the Hood BMW's 4.4-liter V-8 cranks out 325 horsepower. The six-speed-automatic transmission works with adaptive technology. Safety Antilock brakes, side-impact airbags for the front seats and BMW's Head Protection System are standard...
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