With the Nikon D7500 featuring the same image sensor as the Nikon D500, you are getting the same D500 image quality, at a lower price point, and in a more compact camera body. This means you can benefit from the best-in-class noise performance, giving usable ISO up to ISO25600. Unfortunately, the D7500 doesn't benefit from the same auto white balance (AWB) options as the D500, missing a "White priority" option, which is frustrating, considering it is an option on even budget DSLRs from the competition and has been available on Olympus cameras for numerous years. This will be of particular importance if you shoot product shots.
The ergonomics of the camera have been improved over the D7200, with a deeper handgrip, making it a comfortable camera to hold, as well as a tilting touch-screen making it easy to change settings. The improvements in speed will be welcome, with quicker continuous shooting (at 8fps), and improved live view performance. However, if you are regularly using live view, then you may find the focusing speeds a little disappointing.
There's the benefit of built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, making it quick and relatively easy to transfer images to your smartphone or tablet so that you can quickly share images elsewhere, or edit images with your favourite apps. The remote shooting section of the app is a little limited, and it would be nice to see this improved in future.
If you regularly shoot at high ISO speeds (or want the option to), and want to be able to record 4K UHD video, whilst having the choice of a wide range of Nikon lenses, then the Nikon D7500 will be a great choice, with excellent image quality, and reliable performance.