Vehicle Overview

2017 BMW 7 Series Overview

     Average Used Car Price $46,429 | 1-3 years old

Expert Rating

Excellent

Rating calculated using our own algorithm that uses both expert and user ratings across the web

Price Range MSRP

Prices reflect all trims and body styles
  • $83,100740i
  • $156,700M760i xDrive
Get Incentives & Deals

Sales Rank

In 2021
#187
Out of 275 models

Passenger/Cargo Capacity

5
5
PassengersCarry on bags*

• Cargo capacity is measured behind the last row of each vehicle.

• Sedans and coupes measured based on trunk space.

• Pickup truck cargo space is measured in the bed only.

• "NA" indicates no measurements are available.

Brand Reliability Rank

In 2022
#5
Out of 30 brands
3 Best Tech Features (standard or optional)
  • iDrive 5.0 infotainment system with a 10.2-inch touch screen
  • Dual rear entertainment with removable touchscreen tablet
  • 16-speaker Bowers & Wilkins sound system
Competitors
Audi A8, Mercedes-Benz S-Class, Cadillac CT6, Lexus LS 460, Jaguar XJ, Genesis G90, Lincoln Continental, Maserati Quattroporte, Porsche Panamera
Beats The Competition
Available 601 horsepower twin-turbo 6.6-liter V12.
Most rear seat legroom in its class.
Reliability and resale value.
Our Take
Despite its high starting price, the top trim M760i is a full $73,000 less than its closest competitor, the S65 AMG sedan.
Tech-filled and customizable from the ground up, the 7 Series remains a strong choice for fans of large luxury sedans.
For buyers not needing extreme straight-line speeds, the turbo inline-six variant is plenty potent and quite reliable.
Awards Won
  • 2016 New York International Auto Show World Luxury Car Award Winner

Buying Guides

Featuring BMW 7 Series

The 7 Best Luxury Sedans

Shopping for a used
BMW 7 Series?