BMW 7 Series Leasing
Top 3 Features
Loads of interior space.
Diesel, petrol and plug-in hybrid engines.
Why Lease A BMW 7 Series?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
If there’s one thing the 7 Series isn’t short of, it’s space. Up to 4 people will find themselves very comfortable in the standard version – 5 will fit but the middle passenger will sit astride the rather bulky transmission tunnel, so it’s not to be recommended. However, with the long-wheelbase model (denoted by an ‘L’ in the badging, e.g., 750Li), you really will have enough room to swing the proverbial cat.
A bench seat is fitted as standard in the back, but you can opt for the Rear Seat Comfort Plus Pack, which swaps that for 2 heated and ventilated ‘Executive Lounge’ seats. With this you’ll get controls for rear-seat air conditioning, as well as 2 cupholders and even snazzy electric window blinds as part of the upgraded pack.
Those posh rear seats don’t fold down, so the 515 litres of boot space – 429 litres in the plug-in hybrids – is your lot. Don’t worry, though. Lots of cubbies covered by quilted leather or rollerblind lids store valuables out of sight.
The 7 Series range includes both diesel and plug-in hybrid versions, which means the option’s there to keep running costs down. The lowest-powered 730d is the most efficient diesel, capable of up to 50.4mpg on official economy tests. The 745e plug-in hybrid officially does up to 156.9mpg, but that’s only if the 12kWh battery is regularly charged. Once it is full, the 745e will travel a maximum of 34 miles on electric power up to 87mph.
The 7 Series comes in 2- or 4-wheel-drive versions. For the best economy, choose the 2-wheel-drive models.
BMW 7 SeriesThe BMW 7 Series is available in standard 4-door saloon form and also as a long wheelbase ‘L’ model.
Yes. The 7 Series is a large luxury car which is probably more suited to plutocrats than parents. Perfect for high flyers to be chauffeured around in, the 7 Series ‘L’ packs in an additional 140mm into its wheelbase.
A large luxury car, the 7 Series has lots of room inside, with plenty of cabin storage. In the long-wheelbase models, there is more than generous amounts of legroom to stretch out, but a load-through flap to allow for through-loading from the boot is optional.
Yes. As well as petrol and diesel engines, the 7 Series is also available as a plug-in hybrid. The 745e (745Le in the case of the long-wheelbase version) has 394hp, comes with 2- or 4-wheel drive, and has an all-electric range of between 28 and 34 miles.
If you connect the 7 Series plug-in hybrid to a 7kW home wall box, the battery will be recharged to 80% of its capacity within 2.5 hours.
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