Mazda Set to Launch All-New Five-Seat Version of CX-90 SUV

Mazda is gearing up to launch a new version of their popular CX-90 SUV in late 2024. The all-new five-seat model is part of Mazda’s strategy to push its brand upmarket and generate more profit per vehicle sold. This new model will join three other SUVs in Mazda’s lineup, including the recently unveiled seven-seat CX-80.

The CX-90 is replacing the outgoing CX-8 and flagship CX-9 models, which have been discontinued. It will come to Australia in all-wheel drive form, with the option of the new 3.3-liter turbo-petrol and turbo-diesel e-Skyactiv inline six-cylinder engines. However, the plug-in hybrid four-cylinder powertrain will not be available at the CX-70 launch.

While pricing details for the CX-70 have not been announced yet, it is expected to sit between the CX-60 and CX-90 models in terms of pricing. The CX-60 starts at $60,400, while the CX-90 starts at $74,400.

The CX-70 will offer similar seat space dimensions to the CX-90, with identical wheelbase and tracks. However, it will provide additional luggage space in the boot by removing the third row of seats, allowing for more flexibility and storage options.

In terms of design, the CX-70 will feature some minor changes compared to the CX-90, including dark trimmings, a revised front bumper, and a different grille. However, the overall exterior look will remain largely the same.

Inside, the CX-70 will feature exclusive Burgundy interior trim highlights, adding a touch of luxury to the cabin. Overall, the interior design will be similar to the CX-60 and CX-90, with comfortable seating and a user-friendly layout.

Mazda’s new lineup of SUVs is expected to attract customers looking for a premium driving experience. With its sleek design, advanced technology, and enhanced features, the CX-70 is poised to be a standout option in the competitive SUV market.

As Mazda continues to expand its SUV offerings, customers can expect more exciting and innovative models in the future. Stay tuned for updates on the launch of the all-new CX-70 and other upcoming Mazda SUVs.

FAQs about the Mazda CX-70 SUV:

1. When will the new Mazda CX-90 SUV be launched?
The new Mazda CX-90 SUV is scheduled to be launched in late 2024.

2. How many seats does the CX-70 have?
The CX-70 is a five-seat model.

3. Which Mazda SUV models is the CX-70 joining?
The CX-70 will join three other SUV models in Mazda’s lineup, including the recently unveiled seven-seat CX-80.

4. What engines will be available for the CX-70?
The CX-70 will be available with the new 3.3-liter turbo-petrol and turbo-diesel e-Skyactiv inline six-cylinder engines.

5. Will there be a plug-in hybrid option for the CX-70?
No, the plug-in hybrid four-cylinder powertrain will not be available for the CX-70 launch.

6. What is the expected pricing for the CX-70?
Pricing details for the CX-70 have not been announced yet, but it is expected to sit between the CX-60 and CX-90 models in terms of pricing. The CX-60 starts at $60,400, while the CX-90 starts at $74,400.

7. How does the interior of the CX-70 differ from the CX-60 and CX-90?
The CX-70 will feature exclusive Burgundy interior trim highlights, adding a touch of luxury to the cabin. However, the overall interior design will be similar to the CX-60 and CX-90, with comfortable seating and a user-friendly layout.

8. What are the design changes in the CX-70 compared to the CX-90?
The CX-70 will feature some minor design changes, including dark trimmings, a revised front bumper, and a different grille. However, the overall exterior look will remain largely the same.

9. Will the CX-70 offer more luggage space than the CX-90?
Yes, the CX-70 will provide additional luggage space in the boot by removing the third row of seats, allowing for more flexibility and storage options.

10. Why is Mazda launching new SUV models?
Mazda aims to push its brand upmarket and generate more profit per vehicle sold by expanding its SUV offerings and attracting customers looking for a premium driving experience.

Related link: Mazda Official Website