BMW 750 Oil Capacity and Oil Type

For the first time, the BMW 7 series appeared before the general public on January 16, 2019. Its official sales will start in the spring, and not only in Western countries. The novelty is the first restyling of the sixth generation, which debuted back in 2015. The model received a rich engine range, luxurious interior, a wide range of options and designs.

The new corporate identity of the Bavarian manufacturer is difficult to confuse with something. The nostrils of the radiator grill have become simply huge and practically merged together. They go onto the bonnet and have received a sparser, but embossed ribbing. The headlights have narrowed perceptibly.

They retained the family’s layout with four focusing lenses and a thin strip of LED running lights. Below, on the front bumper, you can see a rather unusual cut of the air intake covered with a black grille. Adjacent to it is L-shaped chrome trims. The rear has a more relaxed look. Large brake lights, connected by a thin jumper and a couple of huge exhaust pipes, are striking.

How Much Oil Does a BMW 750 Take?

The 2022 BMW 750xi with the 4.8L 8-cyl engine (engine code N63B44T3 Turbo) takes 11.1 quarts (with filter) of 0W-30 synthetic oil. A new oil filter and a crush washer are required.

 

2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 BMW 750 (G11/G12) Oil Capacity and Oil Type

Engine Oil Capacity (with filter) Oil Type
4.4L 8-cyl Engine N63B44T3 Turbo 11.1 quarts (10.5 liters) 0W-30
4.4L 8-cyl Engine N63B44B Turbo 11.1 quarts (10.5 liters) 0W-30
750i (N63B44B Turbo) 10.6 quarts (10 liters) 0W-30

 

2015 2016 2017 BMW 750 (G11/G12) Oil Capacity and Oil Type

Engine Oil Capacity (with filter) Oil Type
750xi 10.6 quarts (10 liters) 0W-30
750i 10 quarts (9.5 liters) 0W-30

 

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 BMW 750 (F01/F02/F03/F04) Oil Capacity and Oil Type

Engine Oil Capacity (with filter) Oil Type
4.4L 8-cyl Engine N63B44B Turbo 10 quarts (9.5 liters) 0W-30
4.4L 8-cyl Engine N63B44A Turbo 9 quarts (8.5 liters) 5W-30, 0W-30

 

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 BMW 750 (E65/E66/E67/E68) Oil Capacity and Oil Type

Engine Oil Capacity (with filter) Oil Type
4.8L 8-cyl Engine N62 B48 8.5 quarts (8 liters) 5W-30, 0W-30

 

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 BMW 750 (E38) Oil Capacity and Oil Type

Engine Oil Capacity (with filter) Oil Type
5.4L 12-cyl Engine M73 B54 8.5 quarts (8 liters)  5W-30, 0W-30

What Kind Of Oil Does a BMW 750 Take?

For The G-generation models: the petrol version requires 0W30 synthetic oil.

For The F-generation models: the petrol version requires 5W30 synthetic oil and the diesel version requires 5W40 synthetic oil. Synthetic oil extends engine life while giving a hassle-free driving experience.

The BMW 750 is a high-performance car, and as such, it takes a special kind of oil to keep it running in top condition. BMW recommends using synthetic motor oil in your BMW 750 to ensure optimal performance. You can find this type of oil at most automotive stores. Be sure to check your owner’s manual for the specific weight and viscosity rating that is recommended for your vehicle. Using the wrong type of oil can lead to decreased engine performance and even damage your car.

So if you’re looking for an excellent luxury car with great performance and style, the BMW 750 should be at the top of your list! And don’t forget to use the right kind of oil so you can enjoy it for years to come!

The base engines of the BMW 7 series are turbocharged inline petrol fours. They produce 249 horsepower and are installed exclusively on the rear-wheel-drive version. In this configuration, the sedan will gain a hundred in 6.2 seconds, has an electronic speed limiter at around 250 km / h, and consumes about 7 liters of gasoline per hundred kilometers (33 MPG). The top unit is a real 4.4-liter V8. Thanks to two turbochargers, it produces 530 horses, is able to accelerate the car to 100 km / h (0-60 times) in just 4 seconds, and consumes about 9.5 liters (23 MPG) in the same mode.

The BMW 7 series belongs to the premium segment and is equipped with all the necessary equipment for a comfortable and safe trip. Of the additional options, it is worth noting a separate multimedia system for rear passengers, door closers, a head-up display, a pre-heater, rear seat ventilation, adaptive cruise control that can keep a distance behind the car, laser headlights, an automatic parking system, and a night vision device.

Dan Hoffman

Dan is a co-founder of Engineswork. He knows everything about internal combustion engines. Ask your questions in comments down below this article - he will be glad to help you anytime.

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