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8 Top BMW X7 Competitors

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The powerful Jeep Grand Wagoneer, the affordable Lincoln Aviator, and the fuel-efficient Volvo XC90 are just a handful of the large luxury SUVs that directly rival the 2022 BMW X7. 
The name ‘BMW’ conjures up thoughts of high-end luxury, power, and cutting-edge technology from tip to tail—and the 2022 X7 large luxury SUV is no exception. Named a Car and Driver Editors Choice pick for 2022, the X7 offers owners a cushy, quiet, and fun-loving driving experience, with a trio of powerful inline-six and V8 engines. That being said, the BMW model falls short of some of its competitors when it comes to fuel economy, standard tech, and towing capacity. 
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1. Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class

Starting price:$78,900
Selling points: Tech savvy and spacious cabin with a smooth engine performance
Weak spot: Infotainment touchpad could be more intuitive
Powered by a 362-horsepower turbocharged inline-six-cylinder engine paired with a 48-volt hybrid system for super smooth performance, the 2022 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class is a show stopper at both its entry-level
GLS450
trim and its top-tier GLS580 trim. With poised handling, standard 4Maticall-wheel drive, and a lifted air suspension, the GLS is surprisingly fun to drive for an SUV of its size. 
The 2022 model features Mecerdes’ all-new E-Active Body Control trick system—which uses front-facing cameras to scan the road ahead for potholes and other dips in the road. When detected, GLS’ E-Active Body Control system automatically adjusts its suspension to keep passengers as comfortable as possible, regardless of road conditions. 
Meanwhile, an optional Executive Rear Seat Plus package transforms the GLS’ second row into a luxurious haven for passengers—complete with massaging seats, wireless smartphone charging pads, plush headrests, side-impact airbags, and a tablet controller equipped with Mercedes’ full infotainment system. Surprisingly, however, leather upholstery is not a standard feature on the GLS, and the Executive Rear Seat Plus package is only available to drivers who opt for the leather-seating upgrade.
MORE: Five coolest Mercedes concept cars

2. Audi Q7

Starting price: $58,695
Selling points: High-tech, spacious cabin
Weak spots: Lower cargo capacity than rivals, cramped third-row seating
The 2022
Audi Q7
boasts a handsome and tech-savvy cabin and is equipped with a base 248-horsepower turbocharged I-4 engine. For drivers looking for a little more power—or a lot more towing capacity—the Q7’s optional 335-horsepower turbocharged V6 engine offers a maximum towing capacity of 7,700 pounds—that’s 200 pounds more than the BMW X7. 
Regardless of which powertrain you choose, however, all-wheel drive is standard across the board, while an optional adjustable air suspension and four-wheel steering offer additional comfort for passengers as well as additional on-road agility. 
New features on the 2022 Q7 include rear side airbags, heated exterior mirrors, ambient interior lighting, and an upgraded tire-pressure monitoring system. For features like lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, and traffic jam assist, however, you’ll have to splurge for either the Premium Plus 45, 55, or Prestige 55 trim options. 

3. Land Rover Range Rover

Starting price: $95,150
Selling points: Luxurious cabin with a plush and smooth ride quality
Weak spots: Low fuel economy and an expensive base model
The 2022 Land Rover
Range Rover
is a leather-lined limo that, in our opinion, earns its nearly six-figure starting price. The large SUV’s cabin is adorned with upscale leather, genuine wood, and glistening metal accents, as well as plush carpeting. The new Range Rover is powered by either a turbocharged inline-six cylinder engine or a larger, more powerful 532-horsepower twin-turbo V8 engine. All-wheel drive, rear-wheel steering, and an air suspension are all standard, regardless of which powertrain option you select. 
A 13.1-inch curved infotainment touchscreen display dominates the Range Rover’s dashboard, equipped with Land Rover’s Pivi Pro interface, which includes Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Amazon Alexa voice assistant, in-dash navigation, and SiriusXM internet radio connectivity. 
Drivers’ gauges reside in a second 13.7-inch digital gauge display, while an optional rear-seat entertainment system adds a pair of 11.4-inch displays for second-row passengers and an upgraded 35-speaker Meridian stereo system
For even more entertainment power, drivers who purchase the Range Rover Autobiography trim package will receive a 1600-watt stereo system with headrest-mounted speakers as well as active in-cabin noise cancellation. 

4. Lincoln Aviator

Starting price: $52,975
Selling points: Deluxe cabin with a stylish exterior
Weak spots: Poor fuel economy and a lackluster hybrid powertrain
Despite being the smaller of the two, the 2022
Lincoln Aviator
is just as luxurious as its big brother (the Lincoln Navigator), comes at a fraction of the price, and is easier to maneuver. The Aviator comes standard with a twin-turbo V6 engine, although the plug-in hybrid powertrain is also available for environmentally-conscious drivers. 
The PHEV Aviator’s electric motor boosts the base V6 engine from 400 to 494 horsepower, courtesy of a 13.6 kWh battery. The PHEV powertrain offers Aviator drivers 18 miles of all-electric driving range—which might not seem like a lot, but when you consider that leading-class PHEVs offer less than 40 miles of electric range, it doesn't seem quite as bad, especially considering the Aviator’s size. 
A 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster joins a 10.1-inch infotainment touchscreen display on the Aviator’s dashboard, granting drivers access to satellite radio, a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto connectivity. The touchscreens are incredibly user-friendly and, on higher trims—like the Aviator Black Label or Black Label Grand TouringBluetooth commands can be used to unlock and remote start the SUV from Lincoln’s smartphone app

5. Volvo XC90

Starting price: $51,995
Selling points: Richly appointed cabin with a gusty hybrid powertrain option
Weak spots: Noisy gas-powered engine, hybrid isn’t as fuel efficient as rival models
The 2022
Volvo XC90
is currently the only three-row SUV on offer from the automotive manufacturer, and features a trio of powertrain options for drivers to choose from—two 4-cylinder options, and a plug-in hybrid variant that produces 455 horsepower. The base turbocharged I-4 engine produces only 250 horsepower, while the supercharged I-4 (standard on the Momentum and Inscription trims) makes 316 horsepower. 
Not only is the XC90 PHEV—nominally referred to as the ‘Recharge’—more powerful than its gas-powered counterparts, but it also offers quicker acceleration, boosting the large luxury SUV from zero to 60 miles per hour in as little as 4.5 seconds
Built-in satellite navigation is standard across all XC90 trims, while an optional Advance package adds a 360-degree camera system, a head-up display, and a headlight cleaner. Similar to the BMW X7, the 2022 XC90 was named a Car and Driver Editors Choice pick. 
MORE: Volvo XC90 towing capacity

6. Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Starting price: $88,995
Selling points: Massive, luxurious interior with plenty of high-tech features
Weak spot: Extraordinary size makes it challenging to maneuver
Despite its luxury interior trappings, the 2022
Jeep
Grand Wagoneer is equipped with state-of-the-art off-road capabilities and has the highest towing capacity of any of the large luxury SUVs on our list at a whopping 10,000 pounds
The majority of 2022 Grand Wagoneers are powered by the same 471-horsepower V8 engine–equipped with standard four-wheel drive—however, a limited run of Grand Wagoneers are available with Jeep’s new ‘Hurricane’ engine. The Hurricane—a 510-horsepower twin-turbo inline-six-cylinder engine—will cost drivers an additional $2,000 upfront. 
For drivers who move up in terms of trim from the base Grand Wagoneer Series I, the Series II trim adds 22-inch wheels, a two-toned roof, a 10.3-inch front passenger touchscreen, premium leather-trimmed upholstery, a rear-seat monitoring system, night vision, and a semi-autonomous driving mode. Additional features are available on the Series III, Series III Premium, and Obsidian high-end Grand Wagoneer trims.
MORE: Does Jeep have a self-driving car?

7. Cadillac Escalade

Starting price: $79,440
Selling points: Jam-packed with standard tech and a powerful V8 engine
Weak spot: Gas guzzling, and expensive from the get-go
The
Escalade
is Cadillac’s flagship SUV, and the 2022 model shows why the SUV has been so successful over the years. The Escalade’s interior is adorned with the best of the best—fine leather, genuine wood, and glistening metallic trim accents. But the model’s real crowning glory is its digital dashboard—consisting of three curved OLED displays layered on top of one another for a whopping 38 inches of digital screen displays. The massive display houses the driver’s gauge cluster and Cadillac’s CUE infotainment systems
Additional technology upgrades include an augmented-reality navigation system, and a rear-seat entertainment package with dual 12.6-inch infotainment displays complete with streaming capabilities. A 19-speaker deluxe Studio Sound system is a standard feature on the Escalade’s Luxury, Sport, and Premium Luxury trims, while the Escalade Platinum comes with an AKG Studio Reference system with an outstanding 36 speakers.
Under the hood, Escalade drivers can benefit from a 420-horsepower 6.2-liter V8 engine that can deactivate half of its cylinders to save fuel while cruising or a turbo-diesel 3.0-liter inline-six-cylinder engine. 

8. Lexus LX600

Starting price: $288,245
Selling points: Refined engine performance with a broad selection of available trim packages
Weak spots: Third-row seating not standard on all trims, not as stylish as rival models
The 2022
Lexus
LX600, like the Jeep Grand Wagoneer, offers serious off-road capabilities without skimping on luxury interior upgrades. A 409-horsepower twin-turbo V6 engine with four-wheel drive is standard across all of the LX600’s trims, however, off-road upgrades like a height-adjustable suspension system are available for an additional upfront cost. 
Similar to the 2022 Cadillac Escalade, the LX600 joins together a trio of digital displays, comprising an 8.0-inch digital instruments gauge display, a 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen display, and a 7.0-inch digital display for climate and vehicle controls. Automated emergency braking, lane-departure warning, and adaptive cruise control are all standard features on the 2022 LX600.
The LX600 Luxury trim adds semi-aniline leather upholstery, as well as 22-inch wheels and a Mark Levinson stereo system. 

BMW X7 vs. the competition

Check out our side-by-side comparison of the 2022 BMW X7 with its most viable rivals.
Model
Starting price range
Engine options
Maximum seating capacity
Maximum cargo volume
Maximum towing capacity
Fuel economy (city/highway/combined)
2022 BMW X7
$75,895 to $142,295
I-6, V8
6
90.4 cubic feet
7,500 lbs
14/20/16
2022 Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class
$78,900 to $103,300
V6, V8
7
42.7 cubic feet
7,700 lbs
19/23/21
2022 Audi Q7
$58,695 to $74,495
Turbo 4, V6
7
69.6 cubic feet
7,700 lbs
17/21/18
2022 Land Rover Range Rover
$95,150 to $159,550
V6, V8
7
77.5 cubic feet
7,716 lbs
18/26/22
2022 Lincoln Aviator
$52,975 to $88,525
V6, PHEV
7
77.7 cubic feet
5,600 lbs
24/27/25
2022 Volvo XC90
$51,995 to $72,195
Turbo 4, PHEV
7
85.7 cubic feet
5,000 lbs
25/27/26
2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer
$89,995 to $109,995
V8, I-6
8
116.7 cubic feet
10,000 lbs
13/18/15
2022 Cadillac Escalade
$79,440 to $105,840
V8, I-6
7
121.0 cubic feet
8,200 lbs
21/27/23
2022 Lexus LX600
$88,245 to $127,345
V6
7
71.0 cubic feet
7,716 lbs
17/22/19
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