BMW's largest and newest SUV:
The 2019 BMW X7 is a completely new SUV offering three rows of versatility and seating for up to seven passengers. It is BMW's largest SUV and is priced accordingly.
You'll find this model on dealer lots or you can order one. The typical lead times from the factory are around two to three months. Expect prices to remain close to MSRP. As for the 2020s, they're now orderable.
The specials from BMW end on September 30, 2019, and can vary by region. The examples listed here are for the Western States.
No rebate offer:
The BMW X7 doesn't feature any sort of cash incentive at this time. Although other models offer an APR Credit when taking out a loan through BMW Financial, there are no such offers in place on the X7.
The current financing rate:
BMW offers 3.35-percent APR for up to 60 months, down nearly a full percentage point over the past few months.
This is a direction we like; it is the fourth time in as many months BMW's financing rate has dropped.
Lease offers for your review:
You can lease a 2019 BMW X7 xDrive40i from $899 for 36 months with $6,324 due at signing. The offer comes with an allowance of just 7,500 miles per year and equates to an effective cost of $1,075 per month. For the money, we consider this a poor value given the vehicle's MSRP of $78,595.
Choose a 2020 BMW X7 xDrive40i and the lease comes in at $949 for 36 months with $6,374 due at signing. This offer comes with an allowance of 10,000 miles per year and equates to an effective cost of $1,126 per month. This is also a poor value.
BMW sometimes offers bonuses for current customers and those coming from a competing brand. Although there are no such offers at the moment, it's possible that we could see something along those lines in the coming months.