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      12-06-2018, 05:53 PM   #1
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2019 X7 MPG figures by EPA!

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EPA has released its MPG figures:

X7 40i: 20 city / 25 highway / 22 combined
X7 50i: 15 city / 21 highway / 17 combined

X5 40i: 20 / 26 highway / 22 combined
X5 50i: 17 / 22 highway / 19 combined
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      12-06-2018, 06:11 PM   #2
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US curb weights (lbs) for reference:

X7 40i: 5,370
X7 50i: 5,617

X5 40i: 4,813
X5 50i: 5,170
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      12-06-2018, 07:00 PM   #3
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Not bad
The 40i has better MPG than my 1995 M3 that weighed 2000 lbs less! And it's about the same as my 4 cyl 1992 Accord that weighed under 3000 lbs.
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      12-10-2018, 01:19 AM   #5
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The 40i has better MPG than my 1995 M3 that weighed 2000 lbs less! And it's about the same as my 4 cyl 1992 Accord that weighed under 3000 lbs.
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Very good! Wasn't expecting it be that close to the X5
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I don't think anyone buying an X7 is genuinely concerned with gas mileage.
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US curb weights (lbs) for reference:

X7 40i: 5,370
X7 50i: 5,617

X5 40i: 4,813
X5 50i: 5,170
Merely slightly heavier than most of today's M cars.
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I don't think anyone buying an X7 is genuinely concerned with gas mileage.
If a racer purchases one as a tow vehicle, I bet those numbers get crunched.
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If a racer purchases one as a tow vehicle, I bet those numbers get crunched.
Somehow I doubt a person purchasing an X7 as a tow vehicle is worried about fuel economy.
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I don't think anyone buying an X7 is genuinely concerned with gas mileage.
If a racer purchases one as a tow vehicle, I bet those numbers get crunched.
That would make one hell of a tow vehicle.
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40i seems to get the same MPG regardless of what car it's in. My X3 M40i gets the same figures.
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Not bad for a gasoline engine. I wonder if they are adding a diesel to the lineup. 🤔
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I don't think anyone buying an X7 is genuinely concerned with gas mileage.
Exactly!
I took mine car with family to Chicago ( 1.5 hour drive ) and got 25,4 mpg
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40i seems to get the same MPG regardless of what car it's in. My X3 M40i gets the same figures.
I am wondering about the same thing... X3 M40i weighs 4317 lbs and have almost the same mpg (20 city, 27 highway) as X5 or X7 40i?
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I was expecting ford raptor type numbers
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I was expecting ford raptor type numbers
I bought a Trackhawk this fall, I manage a great 12mpg. Poor MPG gets old...Nice to see the optimistic numbers on the X7.

Edit: Wife's 340Xi, mostly freeway, 23mpg. My old X5 50i, 19mpg, mixture of stop and go and freeway.
I think an X7 would be 17 to 20mpg.

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Not bad for a gasoline engine. I wonder if they are adding a diesel to the lineup. 🤔
I'm hearing BMW is done with diesels for future vehicles <edit: for the US market>. I'm sad if that is true, as I have truly enjoyed my '15 X5 35d greatly. Torn on whether to keep her, get a new X5, or perhaps get an Audi (sacrilege!) e-tron.
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No diesel, no love for those of us who tow.
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My 340i gets 23.5 average. On a trip to Florida I got 36 going down and 34 coming home
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I'm hearing BMW is done with diesels for future vehicles. I'm sad if that is true, as I have truly enjoyed my '15 X5 35d greatly. Torn on whether to keep her, get a new X5, or perhaps get an Audi (sacrilege!) e-tron.
the B58M30, gets comparable mileage in an X5/X7 as the prior diesel did!
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EPA has released its MPG figures:

X7 40i: 20 city / 25 highway / 22 combined
X7 50i: 15 city / 21 highway / 17 combined

X5 40i: 20 / 26 highway / 22 combined
X5 50i: 17 / 22 highway / 19 combined
No way i would see those numbers. My X5M i average 11.5mpg. LOL. Only BMW i ever had that got good mileage was my X5 35D. 32mpg highway. i miss that!
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