BMW has announced pricing for the 2009 7-Series luxury sedan; a slight increase over the outgoing car's MSRP is offset by new equipment and upgrades.
BMW has announced pricing for the new 2008 7-Series. The upgraded flagship sedan debuted at the Los Angeles International Auto Show, and hits the road with a choice of 400hp V8 or 438hp V12 power, new lightweight aluminum body panels, 18 or 19-inch wheels and evolutionary design changes. Raising the technology bar, the new 7-Series will be available with night-vision cameras to detect pedestrians, active chassis management and a lane-departure warning system.
BMW has set pricing at $81,125 for the 750i and $85,025 for the 750Li, reflecting a 0.7 percent increase in BMW's average U.S. pricing. The new 7-Series goes on sale this spring.