The BMW X7, the largest BMW model ever produced, features a full third-row that’s great for families and a design language that’s sure to impress those who want to stand out. The X7 is inspired by the X5’s design and features and offers more interior volume, which can accommodate more people and additional utility. The BMW X7 is a great choice for anyone looking for a premium German full-size utility vehicle that’s uncompromising and with a solid pedigree.
The BMW X7 is the largest BMW ever made and offers a great value in the premium full-size utility market. The BMW X7 is customizable with engine options, package customization and the BMW Individual Program. It can be tailored to fit almost any buyer. The BMW X7 is a flagship utility that BMW has made a name for itself with its spacious and luxurious interior.
Pricing and Trims
There are two options for the BMW X7: the xDrive40i or xDrive50i. The xDrive40i, which is based on the 3.0-liter TwinPower turbo 6 cylinder engine, is the most affordable trim in the lineup and starts at $74,000. The xDrive50i is the second trim and is based on a 4.4-liter TwinPower Turbo 8 cylinder engine. It starts at $92,000. Two packages of standard content, Luxury or M Sport, are available once the engine has been selected.
The Luxury package includes a huge array of features. Every vehicle is equipped with 21-inch wheels, a leather interior, self leveling air suspension, adaptive led headlights, Live Cockpit professional (featuring two 12.3 inch displays), and a large two piece SKY Lounge LED panoramic roof. Wireless charging, heated front seats and lane departure warning are just a few of the safety and comfort features that this vehicle offers. The BMW X7’s standard equipment is priced at this level, which puts it ahead of most competitors in the segment for content and value.
The M Sport package is for those who want to make the most of their BMW X7. It features more aggressive styling that enhances the already athletic appearance. The M Sport trim adds an M Sport Aerodynamics, M Sport exhaust, M Sport Braking, M Sport Steering system, M Sport Leather Upholstery with Contrast Stitching, for an extra $4,500. This package makes the X7’s unique styling even more impressive.
You can also customize the X7 with a wide range of standalone options. The Premium Package, which adds gesture control, heated cupholders, remote engine start, remote head-up display, and rear electronic shades to the X7, is available for approximately $3,000. Premium Package is available on the xDrive50i trim. It includes the same content, but the Harman Kardon surround system is standard. The package also costs approximately $1,000 less. The Dynamic Handling package is for those who want to improve handling. It includes M Sport Brakes, integrated active steer, and, on the xDrive50i, a locking M Sport Differential. There are also Cold Weather packages that include rear heated seats, 5 zone climate control, and Luxury seating which adds front seat ventilation.
Engine and Performance
Two engines are available for the BMW X7: the xDrive40i or xDrive50i. Both come standard with all-wheel drives. The xDrive40i has a 3.0-liter TwinPower turbo 6-cylinder engine that produces 335 horsepower and 330 lbft of torque. The xDrive50i uses a 4.4-liter TwinPower Turbo 8-cylinder engine that produces 456 horsepower, and 479 lbft. Brake Energy Regeneration is available on both engines, which can help improve fuel economy. BMW’s Driving Dynamics Control is available on all vehicles. It features ECO PRO and COMFORT driving modes, as well as SPORT+ and SPORT+ driving modes, to increase performance or fuel efficiency.
The EPA estimates the the xDrive40i should return about 20/25/22 mpg city/highway/combined, while drivers of the V8-motivated xDrive50i should expect 15/21/17 mpg.
The cabin of the X7 is wonderful with leather seats, real wood trim, and two 12.3 inch displays as standard. The interior is well-designed and spacious, giving both the driver and the passengers an opportunity to take in all the amazing features that the X7 offers. You can choose from light, dark or a combination light- and dark contrasting upholstery. Six interior trim options are available to customize the car. The X7 is a stunning example of the elegance and luxury that top-of-the line BMWs can offer, regardless of the color or wood choice.