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105-Amp/Hr Maintenance-Free Battery w/Run Down Protection
TwinPower Turbo DOHC I-6 24V
Gal. Fuel Tank
The 2021 BMW 7 Series has a wide range of engine options, and all enable brisk acceleration. The 7 Series rides comfortably and feels stable around turns, but it’s not particularly sporty or agile.
The BMW 7 Series delivers a silky-smooth ride, even on rougher road surfaces, but its soft suspension puts a damper on handling. This is not a sedan that encourages sportier driving, but it does feel sufficiently composed around turns, and its brakes have fine stopping power.
Front-seat riders have plush thrones with standard heating and optional cooling and massage—options worth selecting. Rear-seat riders have more than enough leg room to stretch their legs out, and optional equipment includes power-adjustable individual rear seats separate by a console. Cargo space is nothing special, however; most versions can pack around 18 cubic feet of luggage, though the 745e slices that to just under 15 cubes.
Federal and independent testers haven’t smacked the 2021 BMW 7-Series into a wall just yet, so we can’t assign a score here. Don’t hold your breath, though—such testing is usually reserved for far more affordable cars that sell in larger numbers. Still, the spec sheet is loaded with active safety features including automatic emergency braking, a particularly good adaptive cruise control system, active lane control, and rear cross-traffic alerts, plus a slew of airbags for outboard seats.
The 2021 BMW 7-Series will swallow a lot of premium fuel. We rate this range at 4 out of 10, and that’s based on the most common version—the 740i.
– Alpine White
– Zagora Beige Nappa Leather
– 3.0L I6 DOHC 24V TwinPower Turbo
– 8-Speed Automatic
– 20 CITY / 27 HWY