2021 7-Series is available:
The 2021 BMW 7-Series is available, while the 2020s sold out months ago. Dealers stock this model in very small numbers, so you may need to order one. The current version features a larger grille and a more powerful engine. Expect a two- to three-month turnaround before your order is filled.
The current offers are good through February 1, 2021. We’re not expecting any changes before then.
Lease from $859 per month:
A lease offer on the 2021 740i Sedan is in place. Here, you'll pay $859 per month for 36 months with $6,999 due at signing. Your effective monthly cost is $1,053, which is about what we’d expect for this model.
BMW’s lease deals include 7,500 miles per year of driving allowance. At lease end, you will pay a $350 disposition fee.
Rebates and other cash deals:
There are no cash back incentives available this month. Instead, you’ll find a recent college graduate bonus worth $1,000 for eligible shoppers. Also, members of the U.S. military will find a bonus as well, with at least $500 available, depending on the model.
One of the stipulations for these bonuses, however, is that you will have to finance or lease through BMW Financial.
Shop the BMW 740e, a plug-in hybrid model (PHEV), and there are special government-backed incentives available. Specifically, the PHEV gets a $5,836 Federal Tax Credit and a $1,167 CA Clean Fuel Reward for California residents. However, there is no CVRP available due to the sedan not meeting the state’s range requirement.
Finance from 1.9-percent APR:
You can finance your 2021 7-Series for 1.9-percent APR for up to 60 months. The APR Credit is reflected in this offer.
This rate is competitive with other luxury marques.