2001 BMW 7 Series in Canada - Canadian Prices, Trims, Specs, Photos, Recalls | AutoTrader.ca

2001 BMW 7 Series

Canadian MSRP
$89,800 - $137,800
2001 BMW 7 Series

Key Specifications for 2001 BMW 7 Series

Fuel Economy N/A
Horsepower 282 - 322 hp
Drivetrain Rear-Wheel Drive
Engine Gasoline
Torque 324 - 361 ft-lb
Seats 5

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Recall Information

Recall number
Recall date
System affected
Model year(s) affected
Recall number
2001-301
Recall date
2002-01-15
System affected
Tires
Model year(s) affected
2001
Manufacturer Recall Number:
RC2001-301
Units Affected:
208
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
Certain 740ILA, 750IL and M5 vehicles equipped with 18-inch tires. (18-inch tires are standard equipment on the M5 and optional equipment on the 7-series models). The machine used to mount and inflate the tires on the wheels at the assembly plant may have damaged the sidewall of one or more tires. The damaged area could weaken to the point where a sudden loss of air from the tire could occur. Handling and control would be drastically affected increasing the risk of a crash. Correction: dealers will inspect the tires and if damage from the mounting machine is found, the tire will be replaced.
Recall number
2001-182
Recall date
2001-07-09
System affected
Engine
Model year(s) affected
2001
Manufacturer Recall Number:
RC2001-182
Units Affected:
4,812
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
Certain passenger vehicles. The engine auxiliary/cooling fan operation, including variable speed, is electronically controlled. Failure of the fan motor can cause the electrical circuitry of the fan control unit to overload and fail, causing the fan to stop operating. If this were to occur, engine overheating and subsequent engine damage could result. In addition, it is possible for the failure of the electrical circuitry to cause a fire in the fan control unit located in the front of the engine compartment. Correction: Dealers will replace the fan.

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