Those looking for useful (and not-so-useful) equipment will not be disappointed by the 2008 BMW 7-Series.
ConsumerGuide reports that the 7-Series 2008 BMW lineup "includes the 750i, 750Li, Alpina B7, and 760Li."
Automotive.com challenges car buyers to "think of every luxury function a car could possibly be ordered with...The 7-series [BMW 2008] has it...20-way comfort driver's seat, pop-out phone keypad, column-mounted electronic gear selector, intricate climate control, Bluetooth, active cruise control, 6-disc DVD changer, LED atmosphere lights, and more." This source adds, "despite these features, the [BMW 2008] interior is not nearly as intuitive as it could be."
Cars.com states, "If the doors aren't closed all the way, a soft-closing feature pulls them the rest of the way shut."
One annoyance that continues to be a part of the 2008 BMW is the "iDrive control system, which uses a single knob to control the audio, navigation, and phone systems"; according to ConsumerReports, this still "causes frustration."
Edmunds informs that the BMW 2008 7-Series models "are eligible for a long list of options." Kelley Blue Book divulges that "most [BMW 2008] 7 Series options can be found bundled into packages...available features [include] the Logic7 premium Surround Sound system with 13 speakers and a six-disc CD/MP3 player, the Adaptive Ride Package with self-leveling rear suspension, power-closing doors, power trunk lid, Adaptive Cruise Control, rear side-impact airbags, rear-seat DVD entertainment system, Night Vision and rear climate control."