BMW Touring 3 2021 Style.
They say ‘bigger is better’, so I assumption bigger is best.
Using that logic, the BMW X7 should be the chrism of the Bavarian marque’s acknowledged SUV line-up.
With a bluff, cocked design, a massive berth with basement for seven, and the best of turbo-diesel or twin-turbo V8 petrol engines, the X7 has all the adequacy of a favourite amid the Toorak set, and has been a about hit with Aussie buyers aback it launched a brace of years ago.
I put the 2021 BMW X7 xDrive30d to the analysis over the Easter weekend, for my anniversary alley cruise to the Victorian and New South Wales bound lugging a accumulation of mates, all our baggage and tennis gear.
Is the X7 the ultimate BMW SUV?
Pricing for the 2021 BMW X7 ambit is as follows:
All prices exclude on-road costs
Our X7 xDrive30d analysis agent had several options and advantage bales fitted, including:
That brings the as-tested bulk to $142,500 additional on-roads.
The X7’s best accustomed adversary is the Mercedes-Benz GLS, which in agnate GLS400d trim is decidedly added big-ticket at $163,000 additional on-road costs.
Other seven-seat affluence SUVs (albeit smaller), board the Audi Q7 50 TDI S band ($121,300), the Land Rover Discovery D300 R-Dynamic HSE ($120,575), and the Volvo XC90 Recharge PHEV ($115,990).