2020 BMW X7 in Canada - Canadian Prices, Trims, Specs, Photos, Recalls | AutoTrader.ca

2020 BMW X7

Canadian MSRP
$94,000 - $114,050
2020 BMW X7

Key Specifications for 2020 BMW X7

Fuel Economy 9.4 - 15.5 City/HWY combined
Horsepower 335 - 523 hp
Drivetrain All-Wheel Drive
Engine Gasoline
Torque 331 - 553 ft-lb
Seats 6 - 7
 

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Recall Information

Recall number
Recall date
System affected
Model year(s) affected
Recall number
2022-202
Recall date
2022-04-20
System affected
Structure
Model year(s) affected
2019 2020 2021 2022
Manufacturer Recall Number:
61 81 22RC
Units Affected:
6,235
Notification Type:
Compliance Mfr
Issue: On certain vehicles, a software problem could allow you to close the sunroof remotely without the key fob inside the vehicle. Canadian regulations require the key fob to be in or near the vehicle when closing the sunroof. Safety Risk: A sunroof that can be closed without the key fob in or near the vehicle could create a risk of injury. Corrective Actions: BMW will notify owners by mail and instruct you to take your vehicle to a dealership to reprogram the roof function control unit. Alternatively, you can download an over-the-air update to fix this problem.
Recall number
2021-078
Recall date
2021-02-18
System affected
Visual System
Model year(s) affected
2019 2020 2021
Manufacturer Recall Number:
66 80 21RC
Units Affected:
2,263
Notification Type:
Compliance Mfr
Issue: On certain vehicles, a software problem could cause the rearview camera image not to appear correctly in the central display. Canadian regulations require the rearview image to display when the transmission is shifted into reverse gear. Safety Risk: A rearview camera image that does not display correctly could reduce a driver's ability to see behind the vehicle while backing up. This could increase the risk of a crash. Corrective Actions: BMW will notify owners by mail and instruct you to take your vehicle to a dealer to update the rearview camera software, if necessary.
Recall number
2020-409
Recall date
2020-09-01
System affected
Lights And Instruments
Model year(s) affected
2020 2021
Manufacturer Recall Number:
51 83 20RC
Units Affected:
160
Notification Type:
Compliance Mfr
Issue: On certain vehicles, the wrong headlight lenses may have been installed. This could cause the headlights to produce blue light. Canadian regulations do not allow headlights to emit a blue light. Safety Risk: Headlights that produce blue light may confuse other road users. This could increase the risk of a crash. Corrective Actions: BMW will notify owners by mail and instruct you to take your vehicle to a dealer to inspect the headlights. They will be replaced, if necessary.
Recall number
2020-033
Recall date
2020-01-30
System affected
Other
Model year(s) affected
2020
Manufacturer Recall Number:
63 80 20RC
Units Affected:
5
Notification Type:
Compliance Mfr
Issue: On certain vehicles, one or both of the reflex reflectors on the rear bumper may not meet the requirements of Canadian Regulations. Safety Risk: A vehicle with rear reflectors that do not meet these requirements is less visible to others and could create an increased risk of a crash. Corrective Actions: BMW will notify owners by mail and instruct you to take your vehicle to a dealer to replace both rear reflex reflectors.
Recall number
2019-480
Recall date
2019-10-01
System affected
Visual System
Model year(s) affected
2019 2020
Manufacturer Recall Number:
66 82 19RC
Units Affected:
14,323
Notification Type:
Compliance Mfr
Issue: On certain vehicles, the rearview camera does not return to the default settings when it turns on. This could make the rearview image difficult to see if a driver had previously adjusted the camera display brightness at or near the lowest setting, and contrast at or near the highest setting. Canadian regulations require that the rearview display returns to the default view each time the camera is turned on. Safety Risk: Reduced rear visibility could increase the risk of a crash. Corrective Actions: The company will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealer to update the software for the rearview camera. Drivers are recommended not to adjust the display brightness at or near the lowest setting, and contrast at or near the highest setting, until this recall is completed.

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