BMW X7 Reviews

BMW X7Getting yourself behind the wheel of a BMW X7 requires research. There’s going to be a healthy amount of info to shift through, and we’ve come up with a solution. At BMW of Darien, we’ve created this page to gather all our BMW X7 reviews and features in one convenient place. So, if you’re from one of the communities of Darien, Norwalk, New Caan, Westport, or Stamford, CT, this page can help put you on the road to luxury.

BMW X7: Performance

BMW X7 in the Desert 2The X7 comes equipped with an impressive 3.0L BMW TwinPower Turbo inline 6-cylinder engine that’s been paired with an 8-speed Sport Automatic transmission. It also features Sport and Manual shift modes along with steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters and Launch Control. The power outputs achieve a mighty 335 horsepower and 331 lb-ft of torque. With the addition of an available factory-installed trailer hitch, the X7 is enabled to have a towing capacity of 7,500 pounds. Another important aspect of performance is fuel economy. The EPA-estimated MPG of the X7 is 19 city/24 highway/21 combined.1 You can see that the X7 is going to get you around town with ease, and if you need to take a longer cruise, it’ll go the distance without a pause.

BMW X7: Interior

BMW X7 InteriorThe X7 is designed to have a healthy amount of space for you and your passengers. There is more than enough room to stretch out your legs or have a feeling of freedom of movement. The following numbers show why you’ll feel right at home in the X7—no matter if it is a short or long drive. The hard measurements are as follows…

  • Headroom: 41.9 inches
  • Legroom: 39.8 inches/37.6 inches
  • Shoulder Room: 60 inches/58.1 inches

The interior trim adds a fine polish that speaks to a desire for luxury, style, and having it all. Featuring SensaTec upholstery and fineline stripe Brown high-gloss wood trim, the X7 interior is prepared to satisfy your desire for luxury. In the fully finished cargo area with velour carpeting and remote trunk release, you’ll find even more to love—which shows how this sense of style extends to every aspect of the X7.

BMW X7: Trims

BMW X7 in the DesertIn total, the X7 comes in three trims: the X7 xDrive40i, X7 M50i, and Alpina XB7. The first trim listed is the base trim from which other trims grow. You’ll find more information about that trim in one of our reviews linked to on this page. Let’s look at the X7 M50i next. The X7 M50i is noticeable right off the bat for having a larger and more powerful engine. It comes with a 4.4L BMW M TwinPower Turbo V8 engine. This beast of an engine generates 523 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque. If you’re looking for enhanced performance and power, then the X7 M50i might be the right choice for you. The third and last trim is the Alpina XB7, which again offers a more powerful engine, this time reaching power outputs of 612 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque. This trim also features the Driving Dynamics Control with COMFORT, SPORT, and SPORT+ modes, which give you additional control over your driving experience.

Find Out More!

If you’re one of our customers from Darien, Norwalk, New Caan, Westport, and Stamford, Connecticut, then don’t hesitate to follow the links on this page that will further educate you on everything the BMW X7 has to offer. When you’re ready to move forward, schedule a test drive with the team at BMW of Darien.

1Preliminary EPA-estimated figures are for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on speed, driving habits, trip length and driving conditions; actual mileage may be lower. Note for MPGe: All data are provisional and subject to official confirmation. The provisional power consumption figures have been calculated based on the ECE test cycle.