Thursday, 15 October 2009

Mazda CX-7 facelift pricing announced (UK)

The refreshed Mazda CX-7 crossover goes on sale next month at £25,785. The thirsty 256bhp petrol engine has been ditched and the only unit on offer now is the 171bhp turbocharged 2.2 litre diesel. CO2 emissions now rate at 199g/km, down from 243g/km while combined fuel economy is now 37.7mpg, up from 27.7mpg.

Visual tweaks include a restyled front with a larger grille with chrome detailing. Chrome strips now also run along the bottom of the doors, in addition to the window line trim.

A larger rear spoiler is fixed on to the rear and the CX-7 now wears new 19" alloy wheels. The CX-7 gets heaps of standard equipment including climate control air-conditioning, cruise control, 4.3" satellite navigation system, xenon headlamps, x4 electric windows, electrically adjustable leather front seats w/ heat function, electrically adjustable/heated/folding door mirrors, leather steering wheel and a BOSE sound system w/ steering wheel mounted controls.

The crossover goes on sale 1st November as a 2010MY.


Anonymous said...

The Turbo 2.3 DISI Engine has not been "Ditched" it is still available in most markets with the 2.5 litre NA 4 cylinder as used in the Mazda 6

Laguna said...

Oh, I'm sorry. Did the title of the article say "Mazda CX-7 facelift pricing announced (U.S)?" No, it said UK because the 2.3 litre petrol been ditched in the UK.

I'm fully aware that it is available in most markets but it has been dropped in the UK.

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