2019 BMW X7 Sold Out in India, Waiting Period of At Least Two Months

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2019 BMW X7 Sold Out in India, Waiting Period of At Least Two Months

Snapshot: BMW has announced that its allocation of the 2019 BMW X7 has been used up, meaning new customers will have to wait at least two months for their BMW X7.

Posted on 31 October 2019, 15:39, by
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  • BMW has announced that the BMW X7 has sold out until the end of 2019.

  • The end of 2019 is eight weeks away, signaling that much of a waiting period for the X7.

  • BMW does not disclose sales figures for its vehicles sold in India.

  • X7 competes with full-size SUVs like the Mercedes-Benz GLS in India.

BMW has announced that the X7 has sold out until the end of 2019. Considering the end of the year is eight weeks away, this signals what the waiting period for the X7 will be for customers who choose to book it from now on. 

The BMW X7 was launched in July of this year. Since BMW does not reveal sales data of any of its models, it is impossible to comment on how well it has been doing, sales-wise. 

The BMW X7 is sold in India with two engine options, one petrol, one diesel. The petrol is the X7 xDrive 40i M Sport. It has a 3-liter straight-six turbocharged petrol engine that generates 338 bhp and 450 Nm.

The other variants, the X7 xDrive30d Design Pure Excellence and X7 xDrive30d Design Pure Excellence Signature both have a 3-liter straight-six turbocharged diesel that generates 260 bhp and 620 Nm. Both engine options have the AWD system that BMW calls ‘xDrive’, and an 8-speed automatic gearbox, as standard fitment.

The 2019 BMW X7 features match up to what is now expected in the segment, with a 12.3 inch LCD color display for the instrument cluster, a 12.3-inch touchscreen display in the center of the dashboard with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and gesture control.

You also get five-zone automatic climate control, autonomous parking, a three-part panoramic glass roof, and a ‘panorama glass roof sky lounge’. You can specify it with either six or seven seats, and all three rows can recline. 

In the Indian market, the BMW X7 competes with the Mercedes-Benz GLS, Range Rover Sport, and Lexus LX. 

Source: autoportal.com