Is a September 12 2013 BMW 7-Series the latest derivative?

My first question is whether a BMW 7-Series registered in September 2012 would be the very latest derivative of this series? Secondly, is £44,000 a fair price for a BMW 740D registered in September 2012 with 50 miles on the clock?

Asked on 25 May 2013 by JS, via email

Answered by Honest John
Happily this car-by-car entry is very detailed: The model was revamped in July 2011, then again in spring 2012. But the entry tells you all the changes, including that the CO2 for the May 2012 revamp of the car is 149g/km. If it's more than that on the V5C of the suspect car, then it's an older build. The 740D is not listed in Glass's Guide. All I can do is tell you the original list price (before extras) was £65,305.
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