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World premiere of the facelifted version of Mazda’s pioneering sports crossover SUV, the CX-7, with a diesel engine added to the line-up for the first time that is clean running, powerful, frugal at the pump and Euro Stage V compliant.

Refined exterior design that communicates a clearer premium identity. New larger Mazda five-point lower grille for a stronger Mazda identity and, for diesel models, improved cooling performance.
Lower grille framed in stylish, silver-look detailing for a more premium look (depending on grade). New front fog light bezels for a look of quality craftsmanship. • New chrome-plated garnish along the bottom of the doors that emphasis the vehicle’s sporty silhouette (depending on grade)

Interior materials updated for enhanced quality feel. New centre console lid/armrest with high-resilience urethane lid for comfort and durability. Steering wheel redesigned with a more premium look and feel. Blackout meters with blue-ring illumination, white pointers and three-dimensional dials

Multi Information Display (MID) above the centre panel for driver information, rear view camera and navigation (depending on grade and market) for improved driver functionality. Optional compact navigation system with 4.1-inch high-resolution liquid crystal display (LCD) located in the MID that is easier to use

New MZR-CD 2.2-litre common-rail turbo diesel with Euro Stage V compliance, that is clean running, highly fuel efficient, powerful and fun to drive. Produces maximum output of 127 kW/173 PS at 3,500 rpm and maximum torque of 400 Nm at a low 2,000 rpm, while using just 7.5 litres of fuel per 100 km (combined).

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