Diesel Model Added To 2014 BMW 7-Series Reviews
For the 2014 model-year, BMW's flagship sedan is obtaining an additional alternative for purchasers planning to control their gas use. BMW has declared a new diesel version, the 740Ld x-drive, will join the remainder of the 7 Series variety this spring, providing an option to the prevailing ActiveHybrid 7L version.
Matched with the 8-speed automatic and all-wheel-drive, the diesel factory will quicken the large sedan from 0-60 miles per hour in only 6.1 seconds.
EPA-rated fuel-economy estimates are still not accessible, nevertheless, other versions equipped with this specific engine have found a 25-30% improvement in fuel economy above their direct petrol-run counterparts, based on BMW. The petrol-run 740Li x-drive averages 22 mpg united, which means we're able to realize the 740Ld xDrive's joined mileage common around 28 mpg.
The 2014 BMW 740Ld x-drive will make its neighborhood debut at next month's 2014 Chicago Auto-Show. The very first showroom instances will come in the springtime, with pricing established at $83,425, including a $925 delivery charge.
That version features 240 hp and 406 pound-feet of torque and costs a nearly identical $83,395.
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