2016 BMW 7 Series Values

Select a 2016 BMW 7 Series trim level

2016 model year changes

The BMW 7-Series has been freshly redesigned for 2016. The body, exterior styling and interior of the car are all new. The 2016 7-series also features plenty of new tech goodies to go with the new look, meaning that it should be even more luxurious and relaxing than it has been in previous versions. Despite this, extensive use of modern materials has allowed the car to lose nearly 200 lbs. of mass, a change that positively affects acceleration, handling and fuel economy.

Competitive comparison

Comfortable ride; luxurious appointments; powerful engines; spacious back seat

Special features for 2016

The BMW 7-Series starts at about $83,000, competing against the largest and most luxurious European sedans such as the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and the Audi A7. The 7-Series is nearly as nice as similar-sized offerings from Bentley and Rolls-Royce, without those nameplates' premium prices. The 7-Series offers a much more understated appearance as well. Though obviously not inexpensive, the 2016 BMW 7-Series includes impressive levels of technology, power and space. There are no tricks or gimmicks here, the BMW 7-Series looks and feels like a $100,000 vehicle in every single way.
The BMW 7 Series comes in three trim levels with spacious seating for up to five passengers. The base trim level offers 18” alloy wheels, air suspension with adaptive dampers, automated wipers, powered and heated side mirrors, LED fog lamps, parking sensors (front and rear), parking camera, remote entry/start, xenon headlamps, quad-zone climate control, premium leather upholstery, heated and powered front seating, widescreen touchscreen console with voice control, Bluetooth/iPod/USB/smartphone integration, HD radio, GPS and 12-speaker audio system. Upgrades and options can add things like a powered trunk lid, upgraded 16-speaker Harmon Kardon audio system, ventilated seating, powered rear sunshades, top-view parking camera, sport-tuning, and more. Powering the 7 Series is an upgradable and turbocharged 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine that churns out 315 horsepower and 330 pound-feet of torque.