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2017 BMW 7 Series What's new for 2017? 
2017 BMW 7 Series

The 2017 BMW 7 Series’ Display Key fob is standard on all trims, while xDrive all-wheel drive (AWD) is now available on the base 740i sedan. The V12 returns with a quasi-M treatment in the M760i xDrive. The Alpina B7 xDrive is also back, with more horsepower and more standard features.

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2016 BMW 7 Series What's new for 2016? 
2016 BMW 7 Series

This is a new 7 Series inside and out, with an all-new high-strength-steel, aluminum and carbon-fiber structure that reduces weight even as the car grows in overall length and adds features and technology. The revamped suspension on the 2016 7 Series incorporates air springs and active rear steering.

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2015 BMW 7 Series What's new for 2015? 
2015 BMW 7 Series

The biggest news for the BMW 7 Series this year is under the hood, in the form of a new 6-cylinder diesel engine. This turbocharged 6-cylinder offers up fuel economy that's superior to the ActiveHybrid 7 model, and it can accelerate to 60 mph in just over six seconds.

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2014 BMW 7 Series What's new for 2014? 
2014 BMW 7 Series

Changes for the 2014 BMW 7 Series include the addition of a configurable digital instrument cluster (except on hybrid and Alpina models) and an enhanced navigation/iDrive system with a new touchpad controller. The power trunklid gets a motorized open/close feature activated by running one’s foot under the rear bumper, and 750 trims can be fitted with the smaller (and less easy to damage) 18-inch wheels at no extra cost.

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2013 BMW 7 Series What's new for 2013? 
2013 BMW 7 Series

The 2013 BMW 7 Series sees a number of improvements to its powertrains and exterior styling. Chief among these changes are a standard 8-speed automatic transmission, a 45-horsepower increase for 750 models and newly available LED headlights.

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2012 BMW 7 Series What's new for 2012? 
2012 BMW 7 Series

Changes from the 2011 BMW 7 Series are very minor. They include an iPod/USB adapter and a rear-view camera on all models. The 2012 7 Series is the last for this body style.

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2008 BMW 7 Series What's new for 2008? 
2008 BMW 7 Series

The 7 Series is essentially unchanged for 2008.

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2007 BMW 7 Series What's new for 2007? 
2007 BMW 7 Series

New standard features include three-stage heated front Comfort Seats, power folding feature for side mirrors and an auxiliary audio input. Twenty-inch wheels replace 19-inch wheels in the Sport package, but the Sport Seat option is no longer offered. The short-wheelbase 760i is discontinued.

About BMW 7 Series

Last year, BMW embarked on a major redesign of its flagship sedan, adding more elegance, electronics and luxury while maintaining the car’s performance credentials. The 2017 BMW 7 Series sedan continues this trend, expanding the line to include a plug-in hybrid model and two high-performance trims. BMW’s latest shot at creating a groundbreaking infotainment system scores about nine out of 10, with a great interface but still lacking Apple CarPlay. There are more intuitive driver-assist systems as well as refined engine selections, including a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-6 for the 740i and 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 for the 750i. The V12 engine returns this year in the twin-turbocharged M760i xDrive, while the Alpina B7 xDrive sees a significant boost in power.

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Consumer Reviews

Owned BMW's since 2001 and never again ...

By on Tuesday, September 27, 2016

I owned and sold this car
Reason: bad car and service

10 1.0
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Overall Rating

Pros: "Love the car when it works"

Cons: "Hate the company and dealer when the car does not"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 1

"Been loyal BMW owner and have always found it to be impossible to speak to a BMW corp person when dealer had difficulty solving the problem. For the first time I needed to use BMW Assist. Very bad experience and stuck without help for 6+ hours. Found BMW Assist does exist but it is actually All State Assist. Dealers tell me they did not know this fact. BMW Assist said I would be reimbursed certain expenses. When denied there is no place to go. So I traded the vehicle for another brand. I was fooled by BMW for many years. If you never have a problem with a BMW you will probably be OK, but if you do it is a very undesirable experience."

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