Test Drive BMW X7, “Sultan” car with different features

Jakarta, KOMPAS.com – Toyota Land Cruiser, Lexus LX and Range Rover as segment residents SUV luxury serving a variety of luxury, technology, comfort and services first class.

Understand it, because all of these models have a tag of over Rp. 1.8 billion. Plus, the customers are the big bosses or now known as ” sultan“who are very selective and perfectionist ..

On this consideration, as a new player, BMW has a special strategy and weapon to attract consumers in the luxury SUV segment.

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kompas.com – AFH Individual seats make the BMW X7 look different from its competitors

Individual seat

BMW X7 gives a different touch to the second row seats which are designed using individual seat models.

This design is quite special because only the X7 uses a special individual seat that its competitors do not.

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The individual seat of the BMW X7 feels comfortable and steadykompas.com – AFH The individual seat of the BMW X7 feels comfortable and steady

In fact, you could say X7 is the pioneer of SUVs that use individual seats in Indonesia.

The seat design that is owned is very comfortable and steady when occupied. It is said that BMW designed and produced the second row seats with the same character as the driver’s seat, which emphasizes comfort so that people who sit don’t get tired easily.

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Access to the third row of the BMW X7 with just 1 simple touchkompas.com – AFH Access to the third row of the BMW X7 with just 1 simple touch

Third line

If you have to use the third row, the access in and out is very easy. With just one easy move. That is also one of the advantages of using individual seats.

The third row can still be occupied by adults even with a height of 170cm. Head and leg room is not narrow so that movement is not too limited.

The leg and head room in the third row on the BMW X7 is quite relieved, it's just that the position of the knees is higher than the buttocks so that if you sit for a long time it feels a bit sorekompas.com – AFH The leg and head room in the third row on the BMW X7 is quite relieved, it’s just that the position of the knees is higher than the buttocks so that if you sit for a long time it feels a bit sore

It’s just that the position of the knee is higher than the buttocks so it feels a little sore when traveling long distances.

Unfortunately the third seat has a design that is not as luxurious as the second and first rows. Moreover, the third row seats are rarely used for sitting.

The dashboard of the BMW X7 is luxurious and full of the latest featureskompas.com – AFH The dashboard of the BMW X7 is luxurious and full of the latest features

Driving experience

The first impression when trying to interact on the road is the soft suspension swing for the size of a BMW SUV.

A fitting compromise that is able to provide comfort without causing the passengers to feel confused.

BMW X7 sunroof and panoramic roof up to the third rowkompas.com – AFH BMW X7 sunroof and panoramic roof up to the third row

In addition, the tightness of the cabin should also be thumbs up. Although all luxury SUVs also provide good cabin silence.

If you want to spend your traveling time enjoying the music, the sound quality of the Harman Kardon sound system with 16 speakers can pamper your ears.

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The BMW X7 is loaded with the latest features and a powerful entertainment system from the Harman Kardon sound systemkompas.com – AFH The BMW X7 is loaded with the latest features and a powerful entertainment system from the Harman Kardon sound system

Do you want to know more about the driving experience of an SUV for IDR 2,399 billion (off the road)? Let’s watch the video below.

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