Mazda’s Newest SUV Models Include More Technology and Elegance

Mazda’s Newest SUV Models Include More Technology and Elegance

“Zoom Zoom” was Mazda’s tagline and advertising campaign for the most of the 2000s and 2010s, complete with a popular reggae-style theme music. sporty cars among a plethora of less sporty options.

The newest Mazdas still have a lot of sporting flare, but they also have a lot of high-end luxury.

The company’s new SUV designs have a premium feel with the newest technology.

The three-row SUV, the CX-90, was the first to launch that initiative when it was introduced as a completely new model last year.

Similar to how the larger CX-90 replaced the CX-9, this one takes the place of the CX-7 and exudes an air of luxury once more. The other engine option is an inline six-cylinder engine that is shared with the CX-90, but it is also offered as a plug-in hybrid.

Mercedes-Benz and BMW have been using that concept for decades, while Mazda uses a mild hybrid system with turbocharging to get the most power and efficiency out of it.

The two-row CX-70 is a lifestyle car designed for those who don’t require three rows of seats. It has a towing capacity of up to 5,000 pounds and a plethora of accessible attachments. Mazda claims it will be available in stores in the spring.

For its SUVs, Mazda uses a system of product naming that associates model number with overall size. First up is the largest, priciest, and most opulent model—the CX-90.

There’s the relatively new CX-30 if you want something at the other end of the size and price range. For $26,370 beginning, it’s much sportier and much smaller.

Although “Zoom zoom” is no longer the official Mazda tagline, the CX-30 nevertheless exudes a strong sense of that.

Its compact size makes it lightweight, and the more expensive models’ optional turbo engine allows it to move along at a good clip.

Of all, even if a tiny two-seat roadster is undoubtedly a niche vehicle in the big picture, the classic MX-5 Miata is still a mainstay of the company with tons of “zoom zoom” too.

Sanchita Patil

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