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BMW 7 Series

  • tickStrong performance
  • tickWide choice of engines
  • tickComfortable and agile to drive

BMW 7 Series Saloon (2018 - )

In a luxury saloon market traditionally dominated by its Mercedes-Benz S-Class rival the BMW 7 Series has to work that bit harder to be noticed, a recent update giving this flagship model an undeniably more assertive look. That’s matched with superb comfort, technology and refinement, the 7 Series available in standard and long wheelbase versions. The latter is perfect for those who like to be chauffeured but this is one limo you won’t mind driving yourself, given its performance and handling.
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BMW 7 Series running costs

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BMW 7 Series interior

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BMW 7 Series performance

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The BMW 7 Series costs a similar amount to buy as its main rivals – such as the Audi A8, Mercedes-Benz S-Class and Jaguar XJ - and, like most large luxury cars, it doesn’t hold its value as well as, say, a large SUV might. On top of that, all of its consumables, such as the brakes and tyres, are expensive items, though BMW offers fixed-price servicing to assist with budgeting. Insurance is also costly. The purely-petrol versions of the 7 Series use a lot of fuel, especially at higher speeds, so long-distance drivers should consider one of the diesel models. It’s well worth looking at the 745e hybrid if you spend a lot of time driving in town or at slower speeds, especially if you have the means to easily charge up its battery from an external source with little difficulty.

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