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        BMW 7 Series [2019-2023]

        The BMW 7 Series [2019-2023], a Sedan from BMW, was launched in India in Jul 2019.

        BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] price starts from ₹ 1.23 Crore in India. 7 Series [2019-2023] is available in 10 colours - Alpine White, Black Sapphire Metallic, Imperial Blue Brilliant Effect Metallic, Mineral White Metallic, Royal Burgundy Brillant Effect metallic, Arctic Grey Brillant Effect metallic, Bernina Grey Amber Effect metallic, Carbon Black metallic, Individual Tanzanite Blue, and Individual Dravit Grey. 7 Series [2019-2023] seating capacity is 4 - 5 People. 7 Series [2019-2023] mileage is 7.96 - 39.53 km/l. 7 Series [2019-2023] has received Not Tested safety rating.

        7 Series [2019-2023] is available in 13 versions and 3 fuel options - Diesel, Petrol, Hybrid (Electric + Petrol). Diesel models comes with 2993cc engine which generates peak power of 262 bhp @ 4000 rpm .

        7 Series [2019-2023] competes with Porsche Cayenne Coupe, Porsche 718 and Mercedes-Benz S-Class in India.

        BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] Model List

        7 Series [2019-2023] Model Price Key Specs
        730Ld DPE ₹ 1.23 Crore Diesel, 2993 cc, Automatic
        730Ld M Sport ₹ 1.35 Crore Diesel, 2993 cc, Automatic
        740Li DPE Signature [2019-2019] ₹ 1.35 Crore Petrol, 2998 cc, Automatic
        730Ld DPE Signature [2019-2020] ₹ 1.35 Crore Diesel, 2993 cc, Automatic
        740Li DPE Signature ₹ 1.39 Crore Petrol, 2998 cc, Automatic (TC)
        730Ld DPE Signature ₹ 1.42 Crore Diesel, 2993 cc, Automatic (TC)
        740 Li M Sport ₹ 1.44 Crore Petrol, 2998 cc, Automatic (TC)
        740 Li M Sport Edition ₹ 1.51 Crore Petrol, 2998 cc, Automatic (TC)
        740 Li M Sport Edition Individual ₹ 1.51 Crore Petrol, 2998 cc, Automatic (TC)
        745Le xDrive [2019-2019] ₹ 1.65 Crore Hybrid (Electric + Petrol), 2998 cc, Automatic
        745Le xDrive ₹ 1.76 Crore Hybrid (Electric + Petrol), 2998 cc, Automatic (TC)
        M760Li xDrive [2019-2019] ₹ 2.42 Crore Petrol, 6592 cc, Automatic
        M760Li xDrive ₹ 2.46 Crore Petrol, 6592 cc, Automatic (TC)

        7 Series [2019-2023] Price

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        ₹1.23 - 2.46 crore

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        BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] Key Specifications

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        ₹ 1.23 - 2.46 Crore
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        Fuel Type

        Diesel, Petrol, Hybrid (Electric + Petrol)
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        Mileage

        7.96 - 39.53 km/l
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        Seating Capacity

        4 - 5 People
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        Safety Rating

        Not Tested
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        Warranty

        3 Years (Unlimited KMs)
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        Engine Size

        2993 cc, 2998 cc, 6592 cc
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        Automatic, Automatic (TC)
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        5219 mm L X 1902 mm W X 1481 mm H
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        78L, 46L
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        Ground Clearance (mm)

        152 mm

        7 Series [2019-2023] Expert Review

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        There is nothing quite like a top-of-the-line luxury sedan. It’s a well-established body style, familiar across generations for symbolising the ultimate in luxury and is one of the few places in this day and age of SUVs where the sedan has managed to stand its ground. 
        Well, this car, the BMW 7 Series, is a stalwart of this cause and in this facelifted guise looks to have come to the fight fully armed and ready to go. Launched earlier this year, there are quite a few changes to the car both on the inside and outside but in that understated BMW way.

        Appearance Exterior

        That kidney grille!
        It is the first thing that catches your attention when you look at the 7 Series from the front. It leaves you in little doubt as to which BMW sedan you are driving. Imposing as it is, the grille is not the only major exterior update for the face. The bonnet and headlamps have both undergone some major sculpting and now look more imposing than the outgoing model. In the case of the latter, they have become smaller and more angular with the laser elements adding a nice blue colour to the whole appearance. The front bumpers too have got a facelift with a design leaning towards angular shapes and subtle doses of chrome.

        In profile, the large overhangs on both ends add significantly to the size of the car while the tapering roofline does give it a sporty appearance. The extra length comes courtesy of this car being a long-wheelbase model but then again India has only had the 7 Series as LWB model since its inception here.
        Head over to the back and you are greeted by the massive one-piece light bar and exhaust pipe slots. BMW was one of the pioneers of the wrap-around tail lamp and in this evolution of the 7 Series, the minimalist light package does well to give the car a futuristic appearance. The massive tyres and high boot lid give the car a unique appearance.
        As imposing as the 7 Series looks due to its massive size, generous dollops of chrome and flamboyant LED light package, it is still understated in its design as has always been the case with BMW’s design language

        Appearance Interior

        Where BMW has put most of its money is concerning the interiors is to create an environment that would pamper its occupants. Given its size, space is not an issue at all. The 7 Series in this LWB format sports a wheelbase of 3210mm which to put in relative terms is just 135mm off the entire length of the Maruti Suzuki Alto.
        Despite the hefty performance figures, this is a luxury limo through and through and for that BMW has done a good job with the offerings in the rear seats.


        It’s a space filled with leather, wood inserts and high-quality plastics all around. You get hot and cold massage function, ambient lighting, four-zone climate control, retractable cup holders in the centre armrest and a tablet (with a holder in the centre armrest) that lets you control all the functions of the car. The display quality on the tablets is HD and there’s even a theatre sound mode on offer.
        The party piece is, of course, the lounge function that allows the front passenger seat to be slid all the way forward with a flap on the seatback acting as support to elevate your feet.


        The insulation from the outside world is spot on for a car of this pedigree. Hardly any sound from the outside filters beyond the level of a low whisper and the only time we heard anything significant was on concrete roads due to the run-flat tyres.
        The boot while deep and cavernous is at a slight disadvantage for India as due to Government regulations, there is a massive spare tyre occupying most of the depth. Still, it is not what you would call small or lacking space and the only other major disadvantage we can see is a high loading lip height.

        The front seats are cushy and supportive with the same design traits as the rear ones. You can sink right in for a long and comfortable drive and get yourself in just the right position thanks to everything being electronically adjustable. One of the major highlights on the dashboard is, of course, the iDRIVE system which now runs off a 10.25-inch display capable of working with gesture control and also offering Apple CarPlay/Android Auto.

        Performance Drive

        This BMW 730Ld is powered by a 3.0-litre inline-six diesel producing 262bhp and a rather monstrous 620Nm of torque. The Indian market gets the car only in rear-wheel drive guise and this is achieved through an eight-speed automatic.
        As large as that torque figure is, the engine needs it to smoothly lug the car’s 5.2-metre length and the eight-speed gearbox does a really good job of making things easy on the go.

        We pushed the 7 Series through a chain of our performance tests and discovered that it has a 20kmph-80kmph roll on time of just 3.94 seconds as well a 40kmph to 100kmph time of 4.74 seconds. The all-important 0-100kmph sprint is done and dusted in just 6.37 seconds making this faster than cars that are half its size and weight. For the uninitiated, these performance figures indicate that the 7 Series (in this 730Ld guise) is no slouch when it comes to getting where you need to go quickly. A fact that becomes even more surprising when you consider that most owners would use the car with a chauffeur for the entirety of its life.

        You get multiple drive modes - Eco pro, comfort and sport. Each of these modes alter the response of the drive train as well as the suspension. Eco pro, as the name suggests, is the most frugal of the lot and give the car the characteristics of shifting early in the rev range and limiting the top speed. The comfort mode is a step up from the Eco pro mode while the sport mode allows for maximum power with a slightly stiffer than normal ride and quicker responses from the steering wheel.
        The adaptive air suspension like we said earlier is one of the elements that change its responses based on drive mode. This being a luxury barge, comfort is the goal and for the most, the suspension is very good at giving you a supple ride and filtering out the roughness of the road. This is very evident in Eco pro and comfort mode. The stiffness of sport mode is good for when you need to lay down the hammer but can become unnerving for those sitting in the back due to every little imperfection being picked up along the way.
        This being a BMW, it is still fun to drive and the surprise of this was the steering. It weighed up correctly with an increase in speed and offered decent feedback through the corners.

        Tech Specs

        Make BMW
        Model 7 Series
        Fuel Diesel
        Variant 730Ld DPE Signature
        Engine Capacity 3.0-litre
        Max. Power (bhp@rpm) 262@4000
        Max. torque (Nm@rpm) 620@2000
        Gears  Eight
        Length mm 5219
        Width mm 1902
        Height mm 1481
        Wheelbase mm 3210
        Fuel Capacity (in litres) 78-litres
        Tyre size 245/50 R18

        Features

        Dual digital HD displays  Yes
        Leather seats Yes
        Gesture control Yes
        Electrically adjustable seats Yes
        Laser headlamps  Yes

        Competition All Specs

        Make BMW Mercedes-Benz
        Model 7 Series S-Class
        Fuel Diesel Diesel
        Variant 730Ld DPE Signature 350d
        Engine Capacity 3.0-litre 3.0-litre
        Max. Power (bhp@rpm) 262@4000 282@3600
        Max. torque (Nm@rpm) 620@2000 600@1600
        Gears  Eight Seven
        Length mm 5219 5264
        Width mm 1902 1899
        Height mm 1481 1494
        Wheelbase mm 3210 3165
        Fuel Capacity (in litres) 78 70
        Tyre size 245/50 R18 245/45 R18

        Conclusion

        There is no doubt that the BMW 7 Series offers whatever it takes to keep itself relevant in the segment. The diesel engine, light steering and multiple drive modes make this a fun car to get behind the wheel of - that is if you can wrap your head around its massive size. The interior comfort is on par for the segment and makes a worthy case for those who want to get in the back and need to get somewhere where they can make enough money to afford to buy a car like the 7 Series. In this day and age of everything being swallowed up by the SUV wave, a car like the 7 Series reminds us of the lure of a luxury flagship sedan.

        The BMW 7 Series is offered across six versions and three engine options with prices in the range of Rs 1.48 crores to Rs 2.75 crores (on-road, Mumbai).

        Photography by Kaustubh Gandhi.

         
         

        BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] Variants

        Find a list of all 4 diesel, 7 petrol and 2 hybrid (electric + petrol) versions of BMW 7 Series [2019-2023]. This table includes BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] on-road price which covers all costs like RTO and Insurance.

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        7 Series [2019-2023] Versions Ex-showroom Price Compare
        Diesel, 2993 cc, Automatic, 17.66 kmpl
        ₹ 1.23 Crore
        Extra Features over 740 Li M Sport Edition Individual versions : Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display, Front & Rear Power Windows, Power Steering
        Diesel, 2993 cc, Automatic, 17.66 kmpl
        ₹ 1.35 Crore
        Extra Features over 740 Li M Sport Edition Individual versions : Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display, Front & Rear Power Windows, Power Steering
        Petrol, 2998 cc, Automatic, 11.86 kmpl
        ₹ 1.35 Crore
        Extra Features over 740 Li M Sport Edition Individual versions : Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display, Front & Rear Power Windows, Power Steering
        Diesel, 2993 cc, Automatic, 17.66 kmpl
        ₹ 1.35 Crore
        Extra Features over 740 Li M Sport Edition Individual versions : Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display, Front & Rear Power Windows, Power Steering
        Petrol, 2998 cc, Automatic (TC), 11.86 kmpl
        ₹ 1.39 Crore
        Extra Features over 740 Li M Sport Edition Individual versions : Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display, Front & Rear Power Windows, Power Steering
        Diesel, 2993 cc, Automatic (TC), 17.6 kmpl tooltip
        Fuel Type: Diesel
        Engine: 2993 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Automatic (TC)
        Mileage: 17.6 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
        ₹ 1.42 Crore
        Key Features : Turbocharged, 6 Airbags, Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start
        Petrol, 2998 cc, Automatic (TC), 11.8 kmpl
        ₹ 1.44 Crore
        Extra Features over 730Ld DPE Signature versions : Leather Seats, Wireless Charger, Ventilated Seats, Alloy Wheels, Steering Mounted Controls
        Petrol, 2998 cc, Automatic (TC), 11.8 kmpl
        ₹ 1.51 Crore
        Extra Features over 730Ld DPE Signature versions : Leather Seats, Wireless Charger, Ventilated Seats, Alloy Wheels, Steering Mounted Controls
        Petrol, 2998 cc, Automatic (TC), 11.8 kmpl
        ₹ 1.51 Crore
        Extra Features over 740 Li M Sport versions : Automatic Parking Parking Assist, Rear AC, LED Headlights, Parking Sensors - Rear, Integrated Music System
        Hybrid (Electric + Petrol), 2998 cc, Automatic, 39.53 kmpl
        ₹ 1.65 Crore
        Extra Features over 740 Li M Sport Edition Individual versions : Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display, Front & Rear Power Windows, Power Steering
        Hybrid (Electric + Petrol), 2998 cc, Automatic (TC), 39.5 kmpl
        ₹ 1.76 Crore
        Petrol, 6592 cc, Automatic, 7.96 kmpl
        ₹ 2.42 Crore
        Extra Features over 740 Li M Sport Edition Individual versions : Steering Adjustment, Average Fuel Consumption Display, Gear Shift Indicator Display, Front & Rear Power Windows, Power Steering
        Petrol, 6592 cc, Automatic (TC), 7.96 kmpl
        ₹ 2.46 Crore

        BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] Discontinued Versions

        Note: ALL BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] 730Ld DPE, 730Ld M Sport, 740Li DPE Signature [2019-2019], 730Ld DPE Signature [2019-2020], 740Li DPE Signature, 730Ld DPE Signature, 740 Li M Sport, 740 Li M Sport Edition, 740 Li M Sport Edition Individual, 745Le xDrive [2019-2019], 745Le xDrive, M760Li xDrive [2019-2019], M760Li xDrive have been discontinued.

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        About BMW 7 Series [2019-2023]

        Summary

        BMW’s flagship car, the 7 Series is available with petrol and diesel engine. Interestingly, for the first time in India, the new BMW 7 Series is available in a plug-in-hybrid option - the BMW 745Le xDrive - which combines benefits of an electric motor and a petrol engine. Apart from this, the 730Ld (diesel) is available in three trims – Design Pure Excellence, Design Pure Excellence Signature and the M Sport. The petrol variants includes - 740Li Design Pure Excellence trim and the M760Li xDrive. The new BMW 7 Series is locally produced at BMW Group Plant in Chennai, except for the 745Le xDrive and the M760Li xDrive which are sold as completely built-up units (CBU).

        Exterior

        Up front the 7 Series gets enlarged double kidney grille that complement the slender adaptive LED headlights with BMW Laserlight technology. The reduced bodylines gives it a powerful and refined charm without losing on its sporty character. The sides look elegant with a coupe-like roof line and a chrome trim at the bottom. The rear is extremely wide and is dominated by powerful horizontal lines. A thin light strip positioned below the chrome band stretches across the entire width seamlessly connecting the tail lights.

        Interior

        The new BMW 7 Series gets bespoke leather upholstery and trims, improved sound insulation, ambient lighting, ambient air package and a panoramic glass roof sky lounge with LED light graphics to create that perfect ambience. The comfort focused premium sedan from the German luxury car manufacturer offers a four-zone automatic climate control, electrically adjustable comfort seats, massage function and active seat ventilation.

        Safety features include six airbags, Attentiveness Assistance, Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) including Cornering Brake Control (CBC), Dynamic Traction Control (DTC), electric parking brake with auto hold, side-impact protection, electronic vehicle immobilizer and crash sensor, ISOFIX child seat mounting and integrated emergency spare wheel under the load floor.

        Engine

        The BMW 745Le xDrive plug-in hybrid variant is powered by a new lithium-ion battery that produces 108bhp and a maximum torque of 265Nm. The BMW TwinPower Turbo 3.0-litre six-cylinder petrol engine produces 286bhp and a maximum torque of 450Nm at 1,380 – 5,000rpm. The petrol engine combined with the electrical boost of the hybrid system delivers a total of 384bhp and a maximum torque of 600 Nm. The vehicle claims to deliver an excellent fuel-efficiency of up to 39.5kmpl. The car accelerates from 0-100kmph in 5.3 seconds and has a top speed of up to 250kmph. Running on battery power alone, the car achieves a top speed of 140kmph with an electric drive range of 53kms. Using a standard charging cable, the car be charged overnight (8 – 12 hours) from any conventional 220V mains socket. Using the BMW wallbox charger, it can be charged in 4 - 5 hours. The BMW plug-in-hybrid drivetrain charges the battery on the move using energy generated from various components.

        The BMW 730Ld is powered by a 3.0-litre six-cylinder diesel engine that produces 265bhp and a maximum torque of 620Nm at 2,000 – 2,500 rpm. The car accelerates from 0 – 100kmph in just 6.2 seconds. The BMW 740Li is powered by a 3.0-litre six-cylinder petrol engine that produces an output of 340bhp and a maximum torque of 450Nm at 1,500 – 5,200 rpm. The car accelerates from 0 – 100kmph in just 5.6 seconds.

        The massive six-litre twelve-cylinder M Performance petrol engine of the BMW M760Li xDrive produces an output of 609bhp and a maximum torque of 850Nm at 1,550 – 5,000rpm. The car accelerates from 0 – 100kmph in just 3.8 seconds.

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        • 10/03/2011 10:54:12 | Lopes

          I had a chance to drive the premium luxury sedan from BMW called BMW 7 series, for a few km. I don't believe the car even needs to be praised about its structure and design. One look at this car, you will definitely want to take it out for a drive. The exterior has a classic BMW sedan look and essence which never fails to work. There is no comparison to any other model in terms of interior of BMW 7 series. While driving, it felt as if I was sitting in the business class of an aircraft. The cabin has abundant leg room and paired with effective air-conditioning system makes it perfect for business use and long drives. Rear seats are given special attention with a rear entertainment unit making the rear seated passengers to enjoy their long drives. The most useful equipment is the electronic owner's manual that comes installed in the car to acquaint the owner with all kinds of features and gadgets of the car. Coming to safety, BMW 7 series has done more than just satisfactory to ensure optimum passenger safety. Various advanced features include iDrive operating concept, head up display, night vision and two front end cameras installed in the front grille to give clear view of narrow roads.

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        7 Series [2019-2023] FAQs

        The on-road price of the BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] in Delhi starts at ₹ 1.23 Crore for the diesel engine. Meanwhile, the top end model (7 Series [2019-2023] 730Ld DPE Signature) with diesel engine is priced at ₹ 1.42 Crore.
        The on-road price of the BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] in Delhi starts at ₹ 1.35 Crore for the petrol engine. Meanwhile, the top end model (7 Series [2019-2023] M760Li xDrive) with petrol engine is priced at ₹ 2.46 Crore.
        The on-road price of the BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] in Delhi starts at ₹ 1.65 Crore for the hybrid (electric + petrol) engine. Meanwhile, the top end model (7 Series [2019-2023] 745Le xDrive) with hybrid (electric + petrol) engine is priced at ₹ 1.76 Crore.
        BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] M760Li xDrive is the highest priced and boasts the most number of features. The BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] 740 Li M Sport Edition is also loaded with all the required features. You can compare the feature list of 7 Series [2019-2023] M760Li xDrive and 7 Series [2019-2023] 740 Li M Sport Edition to find the best suited version for you.
        The ARAI reported mileage of BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] is 17.66 kmpl.
        BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] comes with a 2993 cc Diesel engine and the price starts at ₹ 1.23 Crore in Delhi. Whereas Porsche Cayenne Coupe comes with a 2995 cc Petrol engine and starts with a price tag of ₹ 1.34 Crore in Delhi. You can compare BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] and Porsche Cayenne Coupe and chose the right car for you.

        Quick Facts about BMW 7 Series [2019-2023]

        BMW 7 Series [2019-2023], a Sedan, is available from ₹ 1.23 - 2.46 Crore in India. BMW offers the latest 7 Series [2019-2023] in 13 versions in India. The base model 730Ld DPE starts at ₹ 1.23 Crore in Delhi and the top model M760Li xDrive priced at ₹ 2.46 Crore in Delhi. If you are looking for 4 seater car then you should consider 7 Series [2019-2023].

        7 Series [2019-2023] comes in 7 Petrol version (s) and 4 Diesel version (s).

        The Petrol version comes with 2998cc engine capacity and Automatic, Automatic (TC) transmission mode(s). It generates 322 bhp @ 5500 rpm. Another petrol version comes with 6592cc engine capacity and Automatic, Automatic (TC) transmission mode(s). It generates 600 bhp @ 5400 rpm.

        The Diesel version comes with 2993cc engine capacity and Automatic, Automatic (TC) transmission mode(s). It generates 262 bhp @ 4000 rpm.

        BMW 7 Series [2019-2023] comes in 10 colors which include Alpine White, Black Sapphire Metallic, Imperial Blue Brilliant Effect Metallic, Mineral White Metallic, Royal Burgundy Brillant Effect metallic, Arctic Grey Brillant Effect metallic, Bernina Grey Amber Effect metallic, Carbon Black metallic, Individual Tanzanite Blue, and Individual Dravit Grey.

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        Fuel Type Diesel Petrol Petrol Diesel
        Engine Size 2993 cc 2995 cc 1988 cc 2925 cc
        Transmission Automatic Automatic (TC) Automatic (DCT) Automatic (TC)
        Power 262 bhp @ 4000 rpm 335 bhp @ 5300 rpm 295 bhp @ 6500 rpm 282 bhp @ 3400 rpm
        Torque 620 Nm @ 2000 rpm 450 Nm @ 1340 rpm 380 Nm @ 2150 rpm 600 Nm @ 1200 rpm
        Safety Rating - 5 Star (Euro NCAP) Not Tested Not Tested
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        Ground Clearance 152 mm 190 mm - -
        Size 5219 mm L X 1902 mm W X 1481 mm H 4931 mm L X 1983 mm W X 1676 mm H 4379 mm L X 1801 mm W X 1295 mm H 5289 mm L X 1954 mm W X 1503 mm H
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