The brand new 2019 BMW X7 is the latest addition to the X-Series SUV line up. It offers several features that differentiate it from the rest of the members of the X-Series SUVs. Ultimately, it is very
much just a traditional large luxury SUV. This SUV has three rows and is the largest one BMW has ever built. It has two trim levels, the xDrive 40i, and the xDrive 50i. The xDrive 40i features a
turbocharged 3.0-liter inline six cylinder 335-horsepower engine, while the xDrive 50i has a 4.4-liter turbocharged V8 456 horsepower engine. The X7 is a large and in-charge automobile that gives you the type of driving experience for which the X-Series SUVs have been lauded about over the years.
21-inch wheels, air suspension, adaptive LED headlights, selectable driver modes, a 5,400-pound trailer hitch limit, 40/20/40-split folding second-row seats and 50/50-split folding third-row seats come standard in the X7. The premium X7 trim – the xDrive 50i – includes everything you can find in the standard xDrive 40i trim but also adds leather upholstery, multi-contour front seats, a surround-view camera, and a 16-speaker Harman Kardon surround sound system. Most of the best options and features that come with this automobile are bundled in a variety of packages. The Premium package has soft-close doors, remote ignition, power rear window shades, and more. There is a Luxury Seating package and a Cold Weather package as well. The main point is that depending on what sort of extra options you genuinely want with your SUV, that will determine what package you decide to purchase and the price differences are something to keep in mind when you are choosing a trim choice.
The 2019 BMW X7 offers an exceptionally smooth driving experience; it provides three full rows, it is bigger and roomier than the X5, it has a fantastic interior and a mighty engine. This SUV employs a variety of high-tech options that give it an edge in its class. You can access this vehicle be it unlocking the automobile, starting the car, or the like via your smartphone. This car also has Apple CarPlay and the latest iteration of BMW iDrive with more logical menu options and quicker response time. It is a big roomy vehicle, but many other luxury SUVs in the X7's class have more space, which is a bit of a negative about this latest BMW offering. This fact may not be enough of a concern to make you look
past the X7, but it is worth noting.
Among some of the other negatives surrounding the 2019 X7 is noticeable noise from the road that can be heard within the cabin. Unlike other SUVs in its class, you can hear the sounds of the road quite clearly, and it is a bit of a turnoff. The X7 is also pretty pricey, the luxury SUV class is not known for being bargains, but still with the standard xDrive 40i starting at $73,900 and the premium xDrive 50i package starting at $92,600; the 2019 X7 is quite expensive. The third-row seating is quite small and is much more comfortable for children than for adults. These are the only real negatives about this vehicle, but these can also be deal-breakers, especially the price point. Beyond that, the X7 is a welcome addition to the BMW SUV line and offers power, refinement, and roominess the X-Series has sorely needed.