A Breakdown Of The Mazda Crossovers 

You've likely spotted these vehicles worldwide. Mazda Crossovers,  a sought-after SUV, offer a range of choices, with new ones debuting yearly.  Navigating their distinctions can  be difficult. This is why we are going to breakdown every 2022-2023 model so you can understand what makes them different from one another.

What Are Mazda CrossOvers?

The Mazda CX-50 is made in Alabama and is made specifically for American drivers.  It is a small build which is similar to previous crossovers like the CX-30. Due to its smaller build, it has the 2.5 liter with turbo charge and possibly would include a plug-in hybrid in the future.

1. Mazda CX-50

The Mazda CX-60 is specifically designed for the European market. It is the first large platform of these models but will come in a narrower build due to smaller roads. It has in-line 4 cylinder with a diesel option, since that is more preferred in  the European market.

2. Mazda CX-60

The Mazda CX-70 is for the American market and will be released in 2024. It will be a 5-seater vehicle with just  2 rows, so it will most likely be a  small build. It has a 3.3 liter, in-line 6 cylinder  engine, and all-wheel drive. It has turbo charging with a potential hybrid plug-in  in the future.

3. Mazda CX-70

The Mazda CX-80 is specifically designed for the European market. We are going to see a narrow body like the CX-60, but as a 3-row seater instead of 2. In Japan, they will most likely offer an  in-line 6 cylinder with diesel and a 48 volt mile hybrid system. Everywhere else will see it as a 4 cylinder diesel.

4. Mazda CX-80

Last on our list is the Mazda CX-90 which will be for the American market.  As we like our big and powerful vehicles, this will be 3 rows like the Mazda CX-80. This vehicle has all-wheel drive, turbocharge, a 3 liter tank, and an in-line  6 cylinder engine available.

5. Mazda CX-90

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