BMW Australia has tweaked the pricing of the X7 upper-large SUV for the second time in a month. This time around, it has jumped by up to $5000.
As before, all X7 variants carry over, but the entry-level xDrive30d is $5000 dearer than before, at $133,900 plus on-road costs, while the flagship M50i has risen $4000, to $179,900 (see full pricing table below).
Last month’s X7 price increase was $4000 across the board. For reference, the xDrive30d launched in March last year at $119,900, while the M50i’s predecessor, the 294kW/760Nm 3.0-litre quad-turbo inline six-cylinder diesel M50d, cost $168,900.
Speaking to CarsGuide, a BMW Australia spokesperson confirmed once again no changes have been made to standard specification, as the company “constantly reviews its pricing structure, factoring in the exchange rate, inflation and changes to material costs”.
The xDrive30d is motivated by a 195kW/620Nm 3.0-litre turbo-diesel inline six-cylinder engine, while the M50i powers up with a 390kW/750Nm 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 petrol unit.
The Mercedes-Benz GLS rival is matched to an eight-speed torque-converter automatic transmission and BMW’s xDrive all-wheel-drive system. Notably, it is available in six- and seven-seat configurations.
2020 BMW X7 pricing before on-road costs