New 3.0-litre diesel and petrol models, 'Sport' derivatives and High Security options complete the 7 Series range BMW 730i and 730d
BMW is set to make the 7 Series the world’s broadest range of luxury cars with the March introduction of the six-cylinder petrol and diesel engine variants, the 730i and 730d. The new 3.0-litre 7 Series models provide superb performance through a combination of revolutionary engine technology and the world’s first six speed automatic gearbox in a luxury car. The petrol model features BMW’s revolutionary BI-VANOS fully variable camshaft control and is complemented by the introduction into the UK of the first-ever diesel powered 7 Series.
Available in ‘standard’ and SE trim levels, pricing of the cars is as follows:
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BMW 730i and 730d standard specification includes servotronic power steering, multi-level cruise control and iDrive. SE models will further benefit from 18" Multi-Spoke alloy wheels, GPS Navigation System, GSM telephone, 8.8" control display and BMW Professional radio.
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