2019 BMW X7 PRE-ORDER STARTS OCTOBER 16TH, 2018

Here at BMW of Denver Downtown, we're excited about all of the new the developments coming from BMW engineering and design.  We're especially eager to get behind the wheel of the BMW X7 SUV, an all-new three-row SUV that promises to be the ultimate family daily driver.

Projected to arrive early in 2019, the X7 is expected to be built on the "cluster architecture" (CLAR) platform that the current 7-series employs, with the xDrive all-wheel drive likely a standard offering.  It is anticipated that the engine roster will mirror that of the 7-series, in gas or diesel options.  A plug-in hybrid variation is also expected to be offered, perhaps after launch.

The three-row X7 will seat seven comfortably, and you should expect to enjoy such luxurious touches as Nappa leather, wood trim and a BMW iDrive multimedia interface with a color touchscreen display.  Of course, one can also expect the most up-to-date safety and security features, such as Parking Assistant and a Surround View camera system, to be included in this new release.

The X7 is being produced at the BMW plant in Spartanburg, South Carolina, and is expected to start at a price of about $75,000 for a standard model.

Exact details and vehicle specs have yet to be released for the BMW X7, but rest assured that we will continue to keep you informed as more information comes out.

 

To receive updates on the BMW X7, call us at (855) 579-9692 or stop by our Denver dealership.


BMW X7 Pre-Order Program FAQs:
 
How will the Pre-Order Process work?
The program is designed to work in 5 simple steps:

1. Customers will fill out a Pre-Order form with his/her information and submit a $1,000 deposit via one of the payment.
2. After submitting the pre-order form, the customer will receive a Confirmation ID. 
3. Upon accepting the deposit, the BMW of Denver Downtown is required to contact the customer to build and price the vehicle.
4. Once BMW of Denver Downtown and customer reach an agreement on the details of the sale,  BMW of Denver Downtown can build an order into the BMW Order Bank using the customer last name and Confirmation ID.
5. After verification of the validity of the pre-order, BMW North America will provide a production slot to the Dealer to build the customer's vehicle.

Can a customer cancel a Pre-order?
Customers must cancel the pre-order directly with BMW of Denver Downtown.  Upon cancellation, BMW of Denver Downtown must refund the $1,000 deposit.

How long will the Pre-order Program be available?
The Pre-order Program is a first come, first serve opportunity. It will begin October 16th and is not expected to last more than a few weeks depending on the production BMW North America chooses to allocate for this purpose.

Will the pre-order units be delivered before other BMW X7 units?
No, the "on-sale date" for the BMW X7 will be announced in Q4. Pre-order units will be on sale on that same day along with all the other X7 units. Please note that Pre-orders will be given earlier production slots relative to regular allocation vehicles; however, production dates may shift any time due to supply and availability.

Who can order a vehicle through the Pre-Order Program?
The Pre-order Program is available only to individuals residing in the United States who are 18 years of age or older. Two pre-orders per household; one pre-order per credit card. It is also available to businesses or corporate entities, provided that the customers can validate their ownership of, or
employment by, the relevant business or corporate entity upon BMW North America's request.

Employees of BMW North America, its affiliates, agencies, and Dealers, and each of their respective family members, are not eligible to participate in the Pre-order Program. None of the above are eligible to place Pre-orders on behalf of themselves, the dealership, dealership employees, or customers. BMW North America reserves the right to cancel or change the Pre-order Program or cancel a specific Pre-order at BMW North America's sole discretion at any time, for any reason.

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