BMW of Watertown Lease Special on 2020 BMW X7

March 26, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - BMW of Watertown has just released their special lease offer on the 2020 BMW X7. The X7 XDrive40i is available to lease for monthly payments of $919 for 36 months and $5,989 due at signing. The new 2020 BMW X7 XDrive40i offers comfort, versatility, and plenty of safety features. It ranks in the top half of luxury SUVs for 2020 while still offering maximum performance, handling, and speed. The highlight of the new X7 M50i is the 523-horsepower engine. Other options include the XDrive40i which comes in at 335-horsepower, and the XDrive50i which makes 456-horsepower.

One interesting aspect of the X7 is the dual 12.3” touchscreen display in the cockpit which includes navigation and Bluetooth. The display is operated by voice controls, touchscreen, and iDrive touchpad controller. The cabin has four-zone climate control and active-charcoal air filtration so all passengers can have an enjoyable ride.

The new X7 comes with all the standard features of a modern vehicle, plus more. Convenience is built-in to the X7 with temperature control, cruise control, rear window defroster, etc. It includes an automatic start-stop function, a brake energy regeneration system, an 8-speed sport automatic transmission, and more. The driver can comfortably control most of the entertainment features through the steering wheel controls. Its convenient paddle shifters make shifting gears effortless.

The new X7 has Driving Dynamics Control with Eco Pro, comfort, and sport modes. Comfort mode comes default and proves to be helpful on long drives, while the sport mode can change some components of the engine and suspension to offer maximum performance. It even has hill descent control for extra peace of mind.

With all of these features in mind, now is the best time to lease a new BMW X7. For more information on how to lease a 2020 BMW X7 from BMW of Watertown, contact:

BMW of Watertown

699 Straits Turnpike, Watertown, CT 06795

(860) 274-7515

Joe Thomas

joe.thomas@hoffmanauto.com

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For more information about BMW of Watertown, contact the company here:

BMW of Watertown
Joe Thomas
860-274-7515
joe.thomas@hoffmanauto.com
699 Straits Tpke
Watertown, CT 06795

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