BMW has released its 2016 X7, and it’s one of the most expensive models in the brand’s history.
The X7 has a price tag of $60,000, but the base price of $42,100 is the most affordable option in the X series.
To top it off, you’ll get the base model X7 with optional AMG Turbocharged 3.0-liter four-cylinder engine, an 8.3-inch touchscreen touchscreen, and all-wheel drive.
If you don’t need a lot of space, you can also add the X7 XT, a 4.2-liter three-cylum V6 engine, as well as a turbocharged 2.0 liter four-pot V8, all of which are available in both the base and XT versions.
For the most part, the X8 has a similar look to the X3 X7 but with some improvements.
While the X4 has more room, it’s priced significantly higher at $54,200.
The best deal, though, is the $62,000 X6, which is available with a six-speed automatic transmission.
While it’s a bit more expensive, it comes with the same engine as the X6 but with a larger 7.2 litre V6 and a 1.5-liter V8.
BMW’s X7 model is available in a wide variety of trim levels, and there are two different base and the XT editions, both of which can be customized to your specific needs.
It comes with a host of standard and premium features, including heated front seats, blind spot monitoring, and a rearview camera.
If all you’re looking for is to get the most out of your new BMW, you should consider the X5.
The $56,000 model features an all-new chassis and all of the upgrades offered on the X2 X7.
The new X5 is available from 2019 and offers a few upgrades over the X1 X7 and X6 X5, but only the XA package comes with AMG technology.
In addition to the aforementioned features, it also has a more spacious interior, better leather seats, and the option of a heated steering wheel.
This model has a base price tag around $54.5 million and can be had with the AMG transmission or a 6-speed manual transmission, but its best value is the 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission available from 2018.