2023 Mazda CX-60 SUV Crossover – A brand-new Mazda five-seat premium crossover dubbed the CX-60 will be ready for an Australian launch by the close of 2022 the company announced today.
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The car will also come with new engines. This could include the plug-in hybrid four as well as diesel and petrol inline-sixes equipped with electrical systems that are 48V. The number of them is yet to be determined. Like we did when we reviewed CX-30, which is a small CX-30 model (as compared to CX-3) Expect to see the CX-60 to be more of a premium model and push toward Genesis or Lexus.
Unfortunately, an unconfirmed Mazda model, CX-50, is also being announced today, but it will be the only US-exclusive model constructed in Alabama in a joint venture plant that is partnering with Toyota.
That means by 2022 we can expect Mazda Australia’s SUV range to comprise CX-3, CX-30, CX-5, CX-60, CX-8, and CX-9 and the specific MX-30. There’s a good chance that the introduction isn’t over The company has confirmed the release of a trio of SUVs, dubbed CX-70, CX 80, and CX-90. They’ll all be unveiled and available for sale in 2023. Although there aren’t many details on the other three models, however, it is believed to be CX-80 is CX-80 is a stretched three-seat model of CX-60 The CX-70, as well as the CX-90 models, are larger-body models.
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The odd-numbered pair is focused on Europe and Japan The odd-numbered pair focus on markets like the US where larger and more spacious cars perform better. Mazda did tell CarExpert today that the CX-60/CX-70/CX-80/CX-90 were all available to us, and that it was simply deciding which ones it could make a case for. The 70 models, 80 and 90 are all equipped with the same drivetrain selections as the CX-60. There is speculation that a CX-60 could fit into the existing range of CX-60, but should any other of the larger trios are added that would surely bring about some sort of rationalization about CX-8/CX-9.