Used 2007 BMW Values

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(Model years 2018 - 1952 including exotics and classic cars)
The 2007 BMW 3-Series is a luxury sports car available as a coupe, sedan, wagon, or convertible, and with a base 3.0L or the new twin-turbocharged 300 hp 3.0L engine.
Available as a luxury sports sedan or wagon, the 2007 BMW 5-Series can be had with RWD or AWD, and a choice between a six-speed manual or a six-speed steptronic automatic transmission.
A two-door luxury sports car available as a coupe or convertible, the 2007 BMW 6-series is offered as the 360 hp 650i or the jaw-dropping 500 hp M6.
The 2007 BMW 7-Series is a luxurious sports sedan that sits as the flagship of the entire BMW family and is available as a 750i, 750Li, 760Li, or high-performance ALPINA B7.
A compact, five-passenger entry-level luxury SUV, the 2007 BMW X3-Series receives a new upgraded 260 hp 3.0L inline six-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed transmission.
Totally updated for the new year, the 2007 BMW X5-Series is a mid-size five-passenger luxury SUV available with a new inline-six or a 4.8L V8.
The 2007 BMW Z4 is a two-passenger sports car available as a coupe or convertible with three six-cylinder engines to choose from starting at the base 3.0i up to the powerful M version.

BMW's entrance into the 2007 model year is strongly focused in the revitalization of their already revered premium sport utility vehicle line. For 2007, the BMW X5 has been completely redesigned with an enhanced emphasis on refinement. Longer in wheelbase and overall length, the 2007 BMW X5 receives brand-new engine power and continues to offer a wide array of high-tech comfort features. BMW's smaller premium utility vehicle, the X3, receives a minor design adjustment and a significant powertrain enhancement for 2007. The renamed BMW X3 3.0si model is powered by 260-horsepower engine while it's automatic transmission choice is now a six-speed gearbox. On the heels of the BMW 3 Series sedan and wagon, the 2007 model year features the roll-out of the new coupe as well as the convertible version based on the modern platform. Introducing the M6 in coupe form in 2006, BMW has applied the 500-horsepower engine and motorsport-inspired equipment to the 6 Series convertible.