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2009 BMW 7 Series Pricing Announced

7-series | December 17th, 2008 by 13

BMW North America has announced the base prices for the 2009 BMW 7 Series. The short wheelbase 750i will start at $80,300, only $3,700 increase …

2009 BMW 7 Series Pricing Announced

BMW North America has announced the base prices for the 2009 BMW 7 Series. The short wheelbase 750i will start at $80,300, only $3,700 increase over the previous model.

The 750Li has a starting price of $84,200, a $4,100 increase over the older generation 7 Series. The numbers are definitely lower than I expected and this can only please us. In an article I wrote last month, one of our readers, Lee, was almost spot on the MSRP. Good job Lee!

That’s all we have for now, hopefully we will have the options pricing very soon also.


  • Gragop

    Yep! I still can’t afford a 7er!

  • Lee

    Looks like I was closer than Horatiu, but still ~$3600 too high.

    http://www.bmwblog.com/2008/11/18/2009-bmw-7-series-uk-prices/

  • Lee

    @Gragop:

    HA HA! You’re poor!!!!

    (Me too :( )

  • Lee

    SWEET! Didn’t even notice that I was named in the post…

    Woot!

    Take that Gragop!

  • BMW sales

    Shockingly, a loaded (every-option) 750Li will run $112,195…..too much for me too :(

  • Gil

    I’ll wait until it’s 3 (or 4) years old and buy it CPO….

  • Gragop

    @Lee:

    we all know you paid Horatiu to correct your old post and place your name up there.

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  • Artmic

    I think someone in Germany should get those expenses in check, they are pricing themselves out of business in North America.

    Why can’t they sell this car for 60K? why is this car worth so much more than a 5 series anyway ? :)

  • Lee

    @Gragop:
    Shhhhh… don’t give away my methods. I don’t tell the world your methods for conning small children out of their candy, do I?

  • Lee

    @Artmic:
    It’s simple math.

    1 < 3 < 5 < 6 < 7.

    The 7 really is much more car than the 5. Is it worth the difference in price? That depends on what you’re looking for. If you’re the type of person that would be happy with a 3 series, it isn’t likely to be worth the additional price to you.

    I’ve never been a big 7 fan, historically. Recently, though, I’ve started to like them more and more. Partially because I’m getting old, partially because they come with sweet gadgets for me to play with, partially because 7s pay a good portion of my paycheck every week. I definitely see myself picking up a late-model e38 in the not-so-distant future.

  • Gragop

    @Lee: WOOOOOW

  • hf7r8yh5f8

    dude, at least you should be happy its less than the s class

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