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2020 BMW Alpina B7 Review

  • Smooth yet ridiculously quick acceleration
  • Prestige and exclusivity from low volume and overall distinctiveness
  • Opulent and spacious back seats
  • Unintuitive gesture controls
  • Rear seats don't fold down
  • Restyled exterior
  • A few extra standard features, including an automated parking system
  • Based on the sixth 7 Series generation introduced for 2016

The performance-oriented 2020 BMW Alpina B7 is based on BMW's 7 Series flagship luxury sedan, which is an accomplished vehicle in its own right. The B7 has the 750i's basic powertrain architecture of a turbocharged 4.4-liter V8, but Alpina modifies it to produce 600 hp and 590 lb-ft. Even though the regular 7 Series' M760i variant produces more torque, the B7's lighter weight makes it the sportiest 7 Series of the bunch.

While it's certainly quick — needing just 3.6 seconds to sprint to 60 mph from a dead stop — the B7's super-sedan credentials extend past its rapid acceleration. The lowered air suspension with adaptive dampers is tuned for greater high-speed stability, as are the subtle exterior aerodynamic enhancements. Thanks in part to non-run-flat performance tires that have been specifically developed for the B7, the top speed climbs to an astonishing 205 mph, compared to the 155-mph limit on other 7 Series models.

There are other attributes we like — including the camera that scans the road ahead and readies the suspension for upcoming bumps and ruts — but the one that appeals to all B7 buyers is its exclusivity. Alpina solely produces high-performance BMW variants, and few make their way to the U.S. In a world where anybody with the means can get the latest executive sedan, the Alpina B7's limited availability might be the ultimate reason to buy one.

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The BMW Alpina B7 is a peculiar car that nevertheless exceeds whatever your expectations might be. It's an effortless cruiser that's immensely powerful and surprisingly agile. Convoluted and gimmicky technology features mar an otherwise excellent and unique high-speed extreme luxury car.
You'd expect a lot from 600 horsepower, but this sedan still manages to overdeliver. The 0-60 mph sprint takes just 3.6 seconds, which is frankly phenomenal for a car this size. When you aren't mashing the throttle, the B7 impresses with restrained throttle calibration and nearly imperceptible shifts.

But the B7 isn't just a speed demon. The powerful brakes bring this super-sled to a stop from 60 mph in a sports car-like 105 feet. Handling is sublime for a car with this much mass, thanks in part to the trick adaptive dampers. The steering is well tuned and nicely balanced overall, but turning the dial to Sport+ adds a silly amount of steering resistance.
The B7 delivers comfort in spades, starting with seats that set a benchmark for the class. They feature extensive seat adjustments with multiple massage settings and pillow-like headrests. The overall perception of luxury continues with the remarkably smooth — but not overly soft — suspension calibration. Even in the sportiest setting, the ride is acceptably firm and not harsh in the slightest. There's minimal wind, road and tire noise, and the engine only produces its sonorous growl when you stomp on the gas pedal.

The only quibble we have is with the climate system. It's undoubtedly powerful and comprehensive — the B7 even features heated armrests — but the level of customization can be daunting.
The fundamentals of the B7's interior — as well as those of the underlying BMW 7 Series — are stellar. As is typical of this class, the B7's sheer size affords tons of interior space front and back. Only an occupant in the middle seat will feel the pinch in headroom due to the elevated seat position.

The B7 is easy to get in and out of, especially since the air suspension can raise the height to allow a more graceful entry or exit. It's fairly easy to see out of, and a bevy of cameras and sensors cover the blind spots that exist. And while you can get familiar with the bulk of the interior controls, the reliance on touch-sensitive switches and abundance of adjustments can be a source of frequent frustration.
BMW's taken the kitchen-sink approach when it comes to tech, adding everything plus more. The driving aids are well executed and take the frustration out of the stop-and-go grind. An excellent camera system shows every angle you'd want for parking. The voice control system understands and responds to commands with surprising ease and quickness, making it a breeze to navigate through the sometimes confusing menu structure. The B7 doesn't support Android Auto yet — the functionality is coming in the near future — but iPhone users can enjoy wireless Apple CarPlay right now.

The overall package has a solid foundation but is hampered by gimmicks. The gesture controls give false positives, and the oversized, overly complicated key fob adds little benefit and many inconveniences, such as requiring charging.
A large vehicle offers advantages when it comes to space to put stuff, and the B7 makes full use of its size. The 18.2-cubic-foot trunk is massive, surpassing the capacity of most other large luxury sedans. As with others in this class, the rear seats don't fold, but a center pass-through will allow you to carry long items. The interior has plenty of storage for small items, including large door pockets and small bins and cubbies for rear passengers.

The leather is so nice that you might not want to install a car seat, but if you must, accessing the anchors might present a challenge. They are hidden behind zippers that are pretty but difficult to open and place a buckle through.
The EPA rates the B7 at 20 mpg combined (17 city/25 highway), which is average for a high-output luxury sedan. In our testing we found these numbers to be fairly realistic, though your ability to match them largely depends on how frequently you dip into the B7's prodigious power.
Value is relative within the context of powerful German super luxury sedans, but we'll give it our best shot. At first glance, the B7's interior is exceptionally crafted and detailed, but our tester had a few warts that detracted from the highfalutin appearance.

The headrests sound hollow and cheap when you tap them, and the underside of the steering wheel squeaks if you press it with your thumbs. During our test, the left rear door occasionally refused to open from the inside even with the child lock disabled. Despite these minor flaws, the B7's performance, uniqueness and sheer luxury make the approximate $140,000 MSRP seem reasonable.
Ridiculous acceleration and admirable handling make the B7 fun, sure, but it's the smoothness and sheer luxury that make it so addicting. That plus the cool factor of the Alpina badge and the exclusivity from the vehicle's limited availability mean driving the B7 always feels special.

Which ALPINA B7 does Edmunds recommend?

The Alpina B7 only comes in one trim, and the options list is mercifully short. Still, we'd check the boxes for the Luxury Rear Seating and Interior Design packages — both are relatively inexpensive and add features and decorative wood trim to spruce up the cabin even further. The sunroof's optional ambient lighting is a cool party piece, as is the exceptional Bowers & Wilkins audio system.

BMW ALPINA B7 models

The 2020 BMW Alpina B7 is a high-performance variant of the BMW 7 Series large luxury sedan. Under its hood is a turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 producing 600 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque. Power is routed to all four wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission. The B7 comes in a single well-equipped trim, with a small number of features packages and stand-alone options.

Standard features for the Alpina B7 include:

  • 20-inch wheels with summer performance tires
  • Rear-axle steering for sharper handling
  • Air suspension with adaptive dampers with road-sensing camera
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Soft-close doors (catch as they're being closed and gently pull shut)
  • Four-zone automatic climate control
  • Head-up display (displays important information in your sight line on the windshield)
  • Leather interior trim
  • Heated armrests and steering wheel
  • Heated and ventilated front seats with massage
  • Heated rear seats
  • Power rear sunshades
  • 16-speaker Harman Kardon sound system
  • Wireless Apple CarPlay smartphone integration
  • Ceramic-trimmed interior controls
  • Wireless smartphone charging pad

The Alpina B7 also comes with a full suite of advanced safety and driver aids, such as:

  • Forward collision mitigation (warns you of an impending collision and applies the brakes in certain scenarios)
  • Blind-spot monitor (alerts you if a vehicle in the next lane over is in your blind spot)
  • Rear cross-traffic alert (warns you if a vehicle behind you is about to cross your vehicle's path while in reverse)
  • Adaptive cruise control (maintains a driver-set distance between the B7 and the car in front)
  • Lane keeping system (makes minor steering corrections to help keep the vehicle centered in its lane)
  • Front and rear parking sensors (alerts you to obstacles that may not be visible behind or in front of the vehicle when parking)
  • Automated parking system (steers into a parking spot with no driver intervention)
  • 360-degree camera system (gives you a top-down view of the Alpina B7 and its surroundings for tight parking situations)

Though already loaded to the gills with goodies, the Alpina B7 has a few packages and stand-alone options for further personalization. These include:

  • Luxury Rear Seating package
    • Power-adjustable rear seats with ventilation and massage
    • Heated rear armrests
    • Rear touchscreen control panel
  • Rear Executive Lounge Seating package
    • Luxury Rear Seating package
    • Electrically deployable footrest for right rear passenger
    • Rear-seat entertainment system
    • Rear console replaces middle seat
    • Removes some functionality from front passenger seat
  • Interior Design package
    • Wood grab handles, rear armrest and seat-belt covers
    • Imitation suede headliner
    • Premium floor mats
  • 21-inch wheels
  • All-season tires
  • Laser headlights
  • Ambient lighting for the sunroof
  • Night vision camera
  • Bowers & Wilkins premium audio system

Consumer reviews

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2020 BMW ALPINA B7 video

SPEAKER 1: That right there is the BMW Alpina B7. What is Alpina? That's a great question. They're not really an in-house tuning company, but they're not a outhouse tuning company either. That sounds like an entirely different form of business altogether. Alpina exists as technically a separate company in Germany that happens to build cars based on BMW's. Now BMW North America has imported a very few amount of these vehicles and is selling them at dealerships. And that should be exciting for reasons that we'll get into as we talk about this car. Alpina's are not sports cars. They're less focused on performance like the BMW's M division cars are. They're all about refinement and luxury like this B7. The changes to the B7 which is based on the BMW 7 Series look from the outside pretty minimal, but they create a pretty striking change when taken as a whole. For starters, under the hood is a 4.4 liter twin turbo V8 that makes 600 horsepower, and that's a good start. But the majority of the changes to the front end are plainly obvious. The big change up here is the fascia. The lower facia is quite different with the Alpina script pretty proudly right there at the bottom. One interesting thing beneath this-- you notice that right here both parts of the elements of the fascia sort of go downward as they go away. It's something I'm not sure if I quite like once I notice because now I can't unsee it. But it does sort of back up these horizontal slats that they have to contrast against these vertical slats in the kidney grills. Although they don't look like kidneys anymore, do they? As we get the profile, let's come in and take a look at these wheels. All Alpina's have 20 spoke wheels. In this case, they happened to be 20 inch wheels front and rear. It's a really nice look that matches the overall profile of the vehicle, and in fact, I would kind of like to see more 7 Series with a wheel design like this. And you also get is a nice detail-- the Alpina badge right there, which is a pretty cool crest with car parts inside of it. That crankshaft on the right, and then the blue brake calipers front and rear. It's a nice little thing to reinforce like the Aplina branding. Details are pretty few in terms of numbers on this BMW 7 Series. And that's nice because the less complex a design is if you can make really simple things work, the overall package looks a bit more elegant, and it should age a lot better too. And if you notice here how big this rear door is. This is not an especially long wheel base variant of the car. It's a standard wheelbase that says the same as normal 7 Series, but you really appreciate how much width you have in this door and how much glass. And that speaks volumes about how much rear passenger space you get as well. Now coming back around to the rear-- again, there's not much. The design is really, really simple, but I think that helps it because they've made this design work well. You have the Alpina and the B7 logos on the back. Of course, the quad exhaust finishers. They're not really exhaust tips. The tips are further up in there, but the overall profile is something that will look different to people who know what they're looking for. But not necessarily stand up too much, and that's an important thing for a luxury car of this caliber. You may want to something you can enjoy. Something that's slightly different, but doesn't stand out too much in the crowd. And they've accomplished that with this B7. As much as we love to drive cars like this on empty roads with the glorious scenery behind us, the truth is this is how we drive cars-- on busy streets with lots of traffic. So what better way to explore some of what the B7 Alpina can do than by doing just that, cruising up and down Venice Boulevard. It's here on this rough surface with all of these cars around us that the B7's strengths really shine. You notice as we're cruising along this really bumpy not so well-maintained road, it's quiet in here. You get a little bit of tire noise from these massive wheels and tires, but the whole cabin-- the experience of driving in this is so isolated from the unpleasantries of everything outside the car. You can almost ignore it. I'm cruising with the seat ventilator on. I have the seat massage function set the whole body activation. Yes, that's a real setting. I've got the cologne system on the lowest setting, so I can get a faint whiff of whatever scent that they've plugged into this. You can choose your own though. And as I just sort of lightly cruise down the street, I don't really have to do much. In fact, I could turn on the adaptive cruise control, and the lane keep assist, and just gently guide the car with my fingers while it steers itself and manages the throttle and brake all by itself. I've done that on the freeway a few times, and in rush hour traffic it's really, really nice to not have to focus on what you have to do with the gas and brake. Just sort of read the traffic and drive accordingly. There's 600 horsepower powering this car, but you don't get it from the engine. The engines quiet until you ramp it up to sport mode. Then at that point it becomes very vocal and just thrusts you along at a pace that doesn't seem believable. We're at a red light. This is a perfect opportunity to get to the legal speed limit very quickly. Put the shifter in the sport setting. The exhaust is burbling a little bit more loudly, and let's just goose it. [LAUGHTER] We got to the speed limit very, very, very quickly. That felt good. [LAUGHTER] We have to also talk about the ride quality. It's quiet. It's smooth. But even on these super bumpy surfaces, you have a softness and a compliance. You don't register many of the bumps on the road unless they're the kind of bumps that need registering. I have a very commanding view of the road around me. The seat adjustability is fantastic. I can put myself in a position where all the controls are neatly laid out in view. Clear view of the speedometer, the tack, all relevant information there. We also have a head up display that you can disable if you want. You can control which information appears there, and it's a really nice sweet features that keep you in tune with whatever car's doing. So this just from the perspective of how it looks going down the road, it's presence on the road, it's services are really important thing in just making you feel good, and being a cool looking car that also happens to be really stinkin' fast, and super quiet, and comfortable. This is a really nice blend of a lot of the qualities that you would want when you're looking for a full size luxury sedan that can do a high 11 second quarter mile. It's a really nice mix of a lot of those features. [MUSIC PLAYING] The interior of this Alpina B7 is bizarre to put it mildly. The absurdly bright brown and the bright wood trim is a shock to everybody who hops in it. And it's not just the big brown detailing in wood trim. It's the contrast stitching. It's the white stitching that looks like a rope. It's the badge right here. It's an interior that makes an impression immediately when you get in the car. It might not be up to my tastes, but fortunately, you can get a different type of wood here. I'm pretty sure you can get this in an aluminum look. You can get a different color interior. Everybody who's hopped in this car as I've been driving has been like, whoa, at the interior. And I think it does it on purpose. It's kind of leaning into the say more German styling cues that you might hope an Alpina would deliver because there's a lot to talk about when it comes to technology. It's run rampant in ways that are really good and in ways that are maybe a little questionable. You operate the entertainment control through you have a volume dial here. You have steering wheel controls. You have a dial down here that adjusts things, but you can also adjust things through gestures. If I raise my finger like this and make this gesture, the volume turns up. If I do it the other way, the volume goes down. And if I make a gesture like this, it has an effect. You just heard it beep. It's a neat thing to show off. But in practice when you do it, you realize it's way more time consuming to try to do this to turn the volume up instead of just doing it on the steering wheel or reaching this knob. Also as I've been driving it, if I have a coffee here, I drink my coffee. I put my coffee down. Somewhere in that process it triggers a gesture. It misfires and goes forward in the song I'm listening to 30 seconds. It ends up being more frustrating than not. Similarly, a lot of the capacitive controls-- the air conditioning system is all controlled through this touch screen right here. It works nicely, but you have to look at it in order to understand what you're activating. You can't do it by feel. The I-drive controller-- this surface here is touch sensitive as well. And you control it by resting your fingers on it. So often you find that when you're trying to do something, you end up accidentally hitting this, triggering the screen to change. Now those are some really minor complaints. They seem pretty small and inconsequential. But they kind of annoy the driving experience. And those annoyances stack up, and they become something that detracts from the overall experience. The upside is the foundation of tech underneath this car works really well. This entertainment system is fast. It switches from screens really quickly. It supports Apple CarPlay if you spend $300 on the option. It doesn't support Android Auto at all, but there's enough functionality to approximate the experience that you get on a smartphone. Now looking forward we have what looks like a fairly traditional gauge cluster, big speedo on the left, big tech ometer on the right. It's actually a digital display though. The rim of the speedo is outlined. But as you change driving modes, you realize the whole screen is capable of changing and doing some neat things. What it really comes down to though is this is a luxury car. What's the interior of this luxury car? What's that experience like? Well, we have massaging. We have heated seat, heated armrests. We have ventilated seats. I almost forgot to talk about the types of cologne you could spray through the cabin via the controller here. Like the S-class Mercedes, in the glove box there are these little pods with little aromas you can put into the car. And if you activated here, it will spritz them through the cabin. This is a very expensive luxury car, so let's talk a little bit about build quality. Overall, things look very, very, very nice with the right level of fit, and the materials seem excellent. We have to talk about the camera system that can help you park with this vehicle. When we pull it up on the screen, you see we have a top down view. We have the backup lines. That's really nice, but we can also select this angle as well. You get a look at the vehicle-- its relationship to all the stuff outside of it in a unique angle that could help you park. We also have to hop in the backseat because there's plenty to talk about back there. Life's pretty good in the back in of the Alpina B7. Let me check my vanity mirror of which rear passengers get two, one each, looking all right. As I lean back into my seat, let me turn on my massage function back here. I also have duals on climate control back here as well as heated and ventilated seats. The headrest is more of a pillow, and the leg room here means I can cross my leg. It's very, very nice. There's so much space back here, and that massage feels good. It's almost like sitting in a lounge rather than a back seat. This arm rest is massive. You can technically sit an additional person here, but you wouldn't want to. That center there is pretty firm, and so is this backrest. They would also be sitting elevated. This seat is extraordinarily comfortable. Storage areas are OK. You even have little fold out ash trays on each of the doors. Does it get better? If you liked what you see here, hit subscribe or check out more on Edmond's YouTube channel. Seriously, we have a ton of stuff and even more on the way.

2017 BMW Alpina B7 Review

NOTE: This video is about the 2017 BMW ALPINA B7, but since the 2020 BMW ALPINA B7 is part of the same generation, our earlier analysis still applies.

Edmunds Senior Writer Carlos Lago explores the all-new full-size luxury sedan 2017 BMW Alpina B7, from its comfortable ride to spacious back seat. He even checks out its suite of features like that in-cabin cologne spritzer.

Features & Specs

MPG & Fuel
17 City / 25 Hwy / 20 Combined
Fuel Tank Capacity: 20.6 gal. capacity
5 seats
Type: all wheel drive
Transmission: 8-speed shiftable automatic
V8 cylinder
Horsepower: 600 hp @ 5500 rpm
Torque: 590 lb-ft @ 2000 rpm
Basic Warranty
4 yr./ 50000 mi.
Length: 207.4 in. / Height: 58.2 in. / Width: 74.9 in.
Curb Weight: 4855 lbs.
Cargo Capacity, All Seats In Place: 18.2 cu.ft.
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Our experts’ favorite ALPINA B7 safety features:

Active Protection
Reacts to imminent accidents by pre-tensioning seat belts, closing windows and activating post-accident braking.
Parking Assistant Plus
Steers the vehicle into a parallel parking spot without relying on driver input.
Surround View w/ 3D View
Provides a bird's-eye view of the B7 to make parking this big sedan easier.

BMW Alpina B7 vs. the competition

2020 BMW Alpina B7

2020 BMW Alpina B7

2020 BMW 7 Series

2020 BMW 7 Series

BMW Alpina B7 vs. BMW 7 Series

The Alpina B7 is a sportier and more exclusive version of the BMW 7 Series executive sedan. Sticking with the regular 7 Series is the more logical choice. It comes in several versions that are less expensive yet offer nearly the same set of features. On the other hand, the B7 could be thought of as a more affordable alternative to the range-topping M760i. Although the B7 is powered by a V8 and the M760i by a V12 engine, both motors produce similar horsepower and torque figures.

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BMW Alpina B7 vs. Mercedes-Benz S-Class

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is the B7's most direct rival — specifically the 603-horsepower AMG S 63. There's no clear winner between the two — both are immensely powerful and serene. The choice really comes down to personal preference, though the BMW comes with a few features that cost extra on the Mercedes.

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BMW Alpina B7 vs. Porsche Panamera

The Porsche Panamera is the athlete of the bunch, delivering a 911-like driving experience in this typically cosseting class. The Panamera Turbo is closest to the B7 in terms of price, though it is more expensive and less powerful. The Porsche also has fewer standard creature comforts, and optioning up a Panamera Turbo to match the BMW will quickly rocket up its price.

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Is the BMW ALPINA B7 a good car?

The Edmunds experts tested the 2020 ALPINA B7 both on the road and at the track, giving it a 8.2 out of 10. You probably care about BMW ALPINA B7 fuel economy, so it's important to know that the ALPINA B7 gets an EPA-estimated 20 mpg. What about cargo capacity? When you're thinking about carrying stuff in your new car, keep in mind that the ALPINA B7 has 18.2 cubic feet of trunk space. And then there's safety and reliability. Edmunds has all the latest NHTSA and IIHS crash-test scores, plus industry-leading expert and consumer reviews to help you understand what it's like to own and maintain a BMW ALPINA B7. Learn more

What's new in the 2020 BMW ALPINA B7?

According to Edmunds’ car experts, here’s what’s new for the 2020 BMW ALPINA B7:

  • Restyled exterior
  • A few extra standard features, including an automated parking system
  • Based on the sixth 7 Series generation introduced for 2016
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Is the BMW ALPINA B7 reliable?

To determine whether the BMW ALPINA B7 is reliable, read Edmunds' authentic consumer reviews, which come from real owners and reveal what it's like to live with the ALPINA B7. Look for specific complaints that keep popping up in the reviews, and be sure to compare the ALPINA B7's average consumer rating to that of competing vehicles. Learn more

Is the 2020 BMW ALPINA B7 a good car?

There's a lot to consider if you're wondering whether the 2020 BMW ALPINA B7 is a good car. Edmunds' expert testing team reviewed the 2020 ALPINA B7 and gave it a 8.2 out of 10. Safety scores, fuel economy, cargo capacity and feature availability should all be factors in determining whether the 2020 ALPINA B7 is a good car for you. Learn more

How much should I pay for a 2020 BMW ALPINA B7?

The least-expensive 2020 BMW ALPINA B7 is the 2020 BMW ALPINA B7 xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A). Including destination charge, it arrives with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $142,800.

Other versions include:

  • xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A) which starts at $142,800
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What are the different models of BMW ALPINA B7?

If you're interested in the BMW ALPINA B7, the next question is, which ALPINA B7 model is right for you? ALPINA B7 variants include xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A). For a full list of ALPINA B7 models, check out Edmunds’ Features & Specs page. Learn more

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2020 BMW ALPINA B7 Overview

The 2020 BMW ALPINA B7 is offered in the following submodels: ALPINA B7 Sedan. Available styles include xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A).

What do people think of the 2020 BMW ALPINA B7?

Consumer ratings and reviews are also available for the 2020 BMW ALPINA B7 and all its trim types. Edmunds consumer reviews allow users to sift through aggregated consumer reviews to understand what other drivers are saying about any vehicle in our database. Detailed rating breakdowns (including performance, comfort, value, interior, exterior design, build quality, and reliability) are available as well to provide shoppers with a comprehensive understanding of why customers like the 2020 ALPINA B7.

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Edmunds experts have compiled a robust series of ratings and reviews for the 2020 BMW ALPINA B7 and all model years in our database. Our rich content includes expert reviews and recommendations for the 2020 ALPINA B7 featuring deep dives into trim levels and features, performance, mpg, safety, interior, and driving. Edmunds also offers expert ratings, road test and performance data, long-term road tests, first-drive reviews, video reviews and more.

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This review was written by a member of Edmunds' editorial team of expert car reviewers. Our team drives every car you can buy. We put the vehicles through rigorous testing, evaluating how they drive and comparing them in detail to their competitors.

We're also regular people like you, so we pay attention to all the different ways people use their cars every day. We want to know if there's enough room for our families and our weekend gear and whether or not our favorite drink fits in the cupholder. Our editors want to help you make the best decision on a car that fits your life.

What's a good price for a New 2020 BMW ALPINA B7?

2020 BMW ALPINA B7 xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A)

The 2020 BMW ALPINA B7 xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $158,745. The average price paid for a new 2020 BMW ALPINA B7 xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A) is trending $20,089 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

Edmunds members save an average of $20,089 by getting upfront special offers. The estimated special offer price in your area is $138,656.

The average savings for the 2020 BMW ALPINA B7 xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 8A) is 12.7% below the MSRP.

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Should I lease or buy a 2020 BMW ALPINA B7?

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