Sporting the biggest twin-kidney grille ever attached to a BMW sport-utility, the all-new made-in-America 2019 X7 offers standard seven-passenger seating. Bumper to bumper, BMW’s largest SUV stretches 10.1 inches longer than the mid-size X5 and even though it doesn’t look it, is just a half-inch shorter than the full-size Chevrolet Tahoe.
As with BMW’s top sedan, the 7 Series, the new X7’s stretched 122.2-inch wheelbase and long rear doors ease access to the rear seating areas. Major competitors to the BMW’s flagship X7 include the Audi Q7 and the newly redesigned 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class. Base prices for the 2019 BMW X7 are $74,895 for the xDrive 40i and $93,595 for the top-of-the-line xDrive50i including the $995 destination charge.