BMW's largest SUV:
The BMW X7 is a carryover model offering three rows of versatility and seating for up to seven passengers. It's BMW's largest SUV and comes priced accordingly.
Dealer inventory is composed of 2021 models only as the last of the 2020s were sold out in October. You can also order one, but keep in mind that the typical lead times from the factory are around two to three months. Expect prices to remain close to MSRP.
BMW’s offers are in place through January 4, 2021. We're not expecting the next update before then, including one to coincide with Christmas and New Year's Day. Look for the next changes in early January.
The examples listed here are for the Western States.
An APR credit:
BMW offers a $2,500 APR credit for customers who finance their 2021 X7 purchase with BMW Financial. The credit is applied against your final costs, saving you money.
If you're a current BMW owner or are coming from a competing brand, you may be eligible for a $1,000 loyalty/competitive owner rebate. This rebate is double what BMW offered as recently as September.
A competitive financing rate:
BMW offers 1.9-percent APR for up to 60 months on the 2021 X7, which is competitive with the other luxury brands.
A weak lease offer:
Lease a 2021 BMW X7 xDrive40i for $869 per month for 36 months with $5,999 due at signing. This offer comes with an allowance of 7,500 miles per year (compared to 10,000 miles on most other BMW models) and equates to an effective cost of $1,036 per month. This is a poor deal.
If you're a current BMW owner or are making the switch from a competing brand, ask the dealer to apply the $1,000 rebate to your lease.