It’s becoming evidently clear that if you are a consumer who is looking to see what's going on with German luxury cars, you don't have to look any further than the models that are being released by manufacturers such as Audi, Mercedes-Benz and of course BMW. Specifically speaking, we are looking at the class of 2014 BMW 7-Series models, who are becoming regarded as a one of the nicest full-size sedans for the calendar year. In typical fashion as well, BMW has released these models after another maker launched their new vehicle lines.
The last time BMW introduced the all-new 7-Series to the general public of consumers, it was around 2009. It's been a long, long four years since the original introduction of the BMW 7-Series, but in the time that BMW has had to create the 2013 BMW 7-Series, they have taken into consideration the many methods of developing, building and inventing that is necessary to achieve a top-shelf vehicle. In the summer of 2012, the 2013 BMW 7-Series is headed to a dealership near you. With some very subtle visual changes in stylistics, the 2013 BMW 7-Series is sure to catch the eye of many consumers across the world.
As a new year approaches, a new yearly model of a BMW vehicle to presented to consumers to pick and choose what they love and hate about last year's model. With this calendar year coming to a conclusion, it comes time for another new model line of BMW cars to be introduced to the public eye. This year happens to be the 2012 BMW 7-Series, which is a model line of vehicles that combine the forces of luxury and agility to form a magic-carpet cruiser that can manage a conversion into an extraordinary and capable performance car.
Two words came to mind when I received an email asking me to review the new BMW 7-series: Thank You. Its not every day that you get to put a six-figure price tag to the test. The 2011 BMW 7-series in any of its eleven available factory models is a treat. The 740i starts the bidding for the coveted BMW 7-series at an MSRP of $70,000 and change. With a "base" price tag in that ballpark, its far from a base model. The 3.0litre twin-turbo puts out 315hp and 330lb-ft of torque that kicks in when the engine is merely purring at 1600rpm. Though some may scoff at a $70,000 luxury sedan with a six cylinder engine.