1991 BMW 750i MPG and Fuel Economy

On this page, you will find a complete guide to the miles per gallon and fuel efficiency data for the 1991 BMW 750i.

The 1991 BMW 750i runs on premium gasoline and is in the Large Cars car class.

Whether you are considering a purchase of the car, or just wanting to find out how economical and environmentally friendly (or un-friendly) your 1991 BMW 750i is, we have the information you need.

🛣 How Many Miles per Gallon (MPG) Does a 1991 BMW 750i Get?

First off, the most commonly asked question. A 1991 BMW 750i gets up to 11 miles per gallon in the city, and 15 miles per gallon on the highway.

The combined average MPG for the 1991 BMW 750i is 12 miles per gallon.

💵 What is the Average Yearly Fuel Cost for a 1991 BMW 750i?

The estimated fuel costs for the 1991 BMW 750i is $6,150 per year.

That value has been estimated by government regulators based on 15,000 miles driven per year, using regular gasoline, and a split of 55% city driving and 45% highway driving.

If you were to compare a 1991 BMW 750i to an average vehicle over 5 years, you will spend $19,250 more on fuel.

The 1991 BMW 750i is also subject to the Gas Guzzler Tax, which is a federal tax on vehicles that has a combined MPG of less than 22.5.

The combined average MPG for the 1991 BMW 750i is 12 miles per gallon, and according to the current tax for each level of MPG, you can expect to pay a tax of $7,700 per year.

🛢 How Many Barrels of Petroleum Does a 1991 BMW 750i Consume?

The 1991 BMW 750i will consume roughly 25 barrels of petroleum per year, using the standard estimate of 15,000 miles per year.

The majority of the world's petroleum is sourced from countries like Saudi Arabia, Russia, Iraq, and the United States.


The table below covers all of the miles per gallon, engine specifications, and emission details we have for the 1991 BMW 750i.

City MPG 11
Highway MPG 15
Combined MPG 12
Save/Spend vs Average Car Spend $19,250
Gas Guzzler Tax $7,700
Fuel Cost $6,150
Fuel Type 1 Premium
Barrels of Petroleum 25
Drive Rear-Wheel Drive
Cylinders 12
Transmission Automatic 4-spd
Vehicle Class Large Cars
Start/Stop? No
Supercharged? No
Turbocharged? No

Related BMW Models from 1991

If you're interested in other BMW models from 1991, you can find them in the table below. You can click the model link to find miles per gallon and emission information for that model.

Model Combined MPG
325ix 18
850i 13
325i Convertible 18
735i 16
325i Convertible 18
750il 12
325is 15
318i 19
735i 16
M3 18
525i 18
325i/325is 18
850i 13
M5 13
318is 21
318is Convertible 21
750il 13
325ix 18
535i 16
325i/325is 18


Ratings were provided by the manufacturer to the U.S. Department of Energy, which is where we sourced the data. Be advised that manufacturers may have upgraded, downgraded, or changed these ratings following the compilation of this data.

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