Mazda built its latest SUV, the Mazda CX-70, on the same large platform as the CX-90. It offers more space for fewer passengers.
Mazda lifted the covers off its latest SUV, the Mazda CX-70. It looks just like its platform sharing stablemate, the three-row Mazda CX-90, the brand’s flagship. Mazda kept details scarce, like horsepower figures and vehicle exterior and interior dimensions, but to the naked eye, its hard not to think the CX-70 effectively mirrors the 90s specs.
The Japanese brand did state that you choose between a turbocharged, 3.3-liter inline-six power plant and a plug-in hybrid utilizing a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine. Both of these options exist on the CX-90 as well.
While the two crossovers have a lot in common, plenty of differences do present themselves, mainly inside. Offering only two rows in a three-row crossover package affords plenty of space and comfort for every occupant, with lots of extra room for gear behind them.
I did get a chance to take a close look at the all new Mazda SUV and put together a video detailing it all. It’s below.
Prefer words? I also wrote about the new CX-70 for Gear Junkie and have a link to that story right here.
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