Does M Sport make sense for the BMW X7


Yet, when the road got twisty, the Big Bimmer was actually, quite shockingly, decent to drive. Of course, no one will confuse it for a sports car and it’s never going to thrill its driver,

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There’s no question that the BMW X7 is a comfy, luxurious SUV. With seven genuine adult-sized seats and leather everywhere, the X7 is a sumptuous ‘

There’s no question that the BMW X7 is a comfy, luxurious SUV. With seven genuine adult-sized seats and leather everywhere, the X7 is a sumptuous luxo-barge capable of being a superb family vehicle. No one is going to debate that. What might be up for debate, though, is whether or not it’s a proper BMW and whether or not equipping an M Sport package makes any sense.

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2019 BMW X7 First Drive: The Biggest Bimmer

At first glance, introducing the X7 is an obvious move for BMW. Cadillac has successfully sold the Escalade for the last two decades, and as consumer preference continues to shift toward SUVs, what automaker wouldn’t want to add a full-size model to its lineup?

And yet, as BMW will tell you, deciding to offer something larger than the X5 wasn’t as obvious a decision as you might think. The X5 is already pretty big, and it did technically have an optional third-row. But most importantly, BMW still sees itself as a sporty brand. It wants every vehicle it sells to be one of the more fun-to-drive options in the segment. The problem is, as vehicles get larger and heavier, it becomes more difficult to make them go around corners.

  • Publisher: MotorTrend
  • Date: 2019-03-25T01:00:57-07:00
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