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Introducing the 2025 Mazda CX-70: More Space More Fun

Jawad  28 May 2024   164   Mazda
Introducing the 2025 Mazda CX-70: More Space More Fun

Introducing the 2025 Mazda CX-70: More Space More Fun

SUV sales have skyrocketed, now outpacing traditional cars by roughly tenfold. With such dominance, the crossover market offers a vast array of sizes, shapes, and features to suit nearly every taste. If you're among the 90% of buyers choosing crossovers, why not pick one that's enjoyable to drive?

Introducing the 2025 Mazda CX-70
Enter the 2025 Mazda CX-70. Sharing the same dimensions as its three-row sibling, the CX-90, the CX-70 opts for a two-row configuration, resulting in more cargo space. This design decision was a key factor for Mazda when developing their latest SUV.

“We aim to attract new customers to Mazda, particularly those interested in a two-row setup, and increase our presence on shopping lists,” stated Dan Aguilar, project manager for the Mazda CX-70. “With this goal, we carefully considered the cargo space utilization.”

Superior Cargo Space
The CX-70 boasts more cargo capacity than many higher-end competitors, Aguilar noted. Compared to the CX-90 14.9 cubic feet, the CX-70 offers an impressive 39.6 cubic feet. When the second-row seats are folded down, this expands to 75.3 cubic feet, ample room for a bicycle with its front wheel attached or for two people to sleep in the back—though Mazda doesn’t market it as a camper, it’s versatile enough to be used as one.

Fun to Drive
A standout feature of the CX-70 is its driving enjoyment, which is notable given its weight range of 4,863 to 5,198 pounds. Built on the Mazda Large Platform, shared with no other manufacturer, both the CX-90 and CX-70 offer a unique driving experience.

    

Advanced Suspension
Both models feature double wishbone front suspensions, with longer suspension arms enabled by longitudinally mounted engines, enhancing camber during cornering and improving ride quality. The rear suspension utilizes a five-link setup to boost rear grip.

Mazda’s expertise shines through in these models, further enhanced by “Kinematic Posture Control,” which applies brake force to the inside rear wheel during cornering, providing a stable feel on winding roads.

Engine Options
The CX-70 offers three engine choices. Two versions of the 3.3-liter turbocharged straight-six and a 2.5-liter turbo-four paired with a plug-in hybrid electric motor are available.

The PHEV version delivers 323 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque on premium fuel and can travel up to 26 miles on its 17.8-kWh electric battery alone. It has a towing capacity of 3,500 pounds, with all PHEV models featuring Mazda’s Tow Mode to enhance stability while towing.

Powerful Turbo Engines
The 3.3-liter turbocharged straight-six comes in two variants: a standard model with 280 hp and 332 lb-ft of torque, and a Turbo S Premium and Turbo S Premium Plus model with 340 hp and 369 lb-ft, differentiated by the duration the wastegate remains closed. Models equipped with the 3.3 Turbo Premium and above offer a towing capacity of 5,000 pounds when fitted with Mazda Genuine Towing Accessories, including a Transmission Cooler. 

Pricing and Performance
The CX-70 3.3 Turbo starts at $41,900, the CX-70 3.3 Turbo S begins at $53,905, and the CX-70 PHEV is priced from $55,855. So, how does the new two-row CX-70 perform? Surprisingly well, especially for a vehicle nearing the 5,000-pound mark, it offers a driving experience that’s both engaging and enjoyable.







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