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What is Better BMW 7-Series or Hyundai XG30?

Comparing BMW 7-Series with Hyundai XG30 will help drivers make it clear which car is better. We came up with 13 ideas to purchase BMW 7-Series - it's winning Hyundai XG30, according to these arguments. Although Hyundai XG30 also has many benefits: look at 6 points why it's better than BMW 7-Series. Our team summarized information about the models to introduce a pure comparison of Hyundai XG30 with BMW 7-Series. You may compare two cars and form your own opinion about them. BMW did a lot to introduce 7-Series as the most worthwhile model in its class. Though Hyundai doesn't give up and offers its best developments in XG30. If you had the chance, which vehicle would you choose?


BMW 7-Series Hyundai XG30

13 reasons to buy BMW 7-Series

Engine and transmission
Better compression 10.2 vs 10.0 2% or 0.2 . The greater degree of compression = the less fuel need to produce the same power.
Piston stroke longer 89.6 mm vs 76 mm 15% or 13.6 mm. The longer stroke = lower fuel consumption and fewer emissions.
More engine power

326 bhp vs 180 bhp

240 kw. vs 134 kw.

45% or 146 bhp. More power of car = more top speed.
More torque 450 nM vs 255 nM 43% or 195 nM. More torque = faster acceleration.
Faster acceleration from 0 to 60 mph 5.9 sec. vs 9.3 sec. 3.4 sec.
More top speed 155 mph vs 141 mph 14 mph
Fuel consumption
Less fuel consumption (Combined cycle) 28.5 mpg vs 33.19 mpg 16% or 4.69 mpg
Less CO2 emissions 144 g/mile vs 168 g/mile 17% or 24 g/mile
Higher european emission standard EURO 5 vs EURO 3 2 generations
Weight and capacity
More minimum boot capacity 500 liters vs 410 liters 18% or 90 liters
More capacity of fuel tank 82 liters vs 70 liters 15% or 12 liters
More maximum allowable weight 2505 kg vs 2170 kg 13% or 335 kg
More maximum towing weight with brakes 2100 kg vs 1800 kg 14% or 300 kg

6 reasons to buy Hyundai XG30

Engine and transmission
Piston diameter larger 91.1 mm vs 84 mm 8% or 7.1 mm larger. The larger diameter of cylinder = the greater filling ratio. Cons: increase emissions of toxic substances.
Fuel consumption
Less fuel consumption (Highway) 33.19 mpg vs 37.22 mpg 12% or 4.03 mpg
Less fuel consumption (City) 17.49 mpg vs 20.5 mpg 17% or 3.01 mpg
More standard warranty - Years 5 years vs 3 years 40% or 2 years
Other specs
Less weight 1633 kg vs 1860 kg 14% or 227 kg Weight of the vehicle affects: fuel consumption, acceleration dynamic, braking distance, etc.
Less turning radius 11 meters vs 12.2 meters 11% or 1.2 meters

Neutral reasons BMW 7-Series vs. Hyundai XG30

Engine and transmission
Engine speed (RPM) 5800 RPM vs 5700 RPM 2% or 100 more rpms.
Engine capacity 2979 cm3 vs 2972 cm3 0% or 7 cm3 more
Cylinders location In line vs V6
Camshaft DOHC vs DOHC
Fuel supply With a twin-turbocharged vs Distributor fuel injection
Turbocharging Yes vs Yes
Speeds 6 vs 5 1 more
Length 5072 mm vs 4865 mm 4% or 207 mm shorter
Width 1902 mm vs 1825 mm 4% or 77 mm wider
Height 1479 mm vs 1420 mm 4% or 59 mm higher
Wheels and tires
Wheelbase 3070 mm vs 2750 mm 10% or 320 mm more
Front tires size 245/50 R18 vs 205/65 VR15
Rear tires size 245/50 R18 vs 205/65 VR15
Spare wheel flat tires vs 205/65 VR15
Type of wheels 18" alloy wheels vs 6JX15 alloy wheels
*Specs may vary depending on configurations and year of production(taken parameters of last released versions)