Mazda CX-90 MHEV coming in August

Mazda has revealed that the Mazda CX-90 – the largest and most luxurious SUV ever to lead the Mazda range – is now available to order, ahead of its arrival in Australia from August.

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The First-Ever Mazda CX-90 introduces a three-row seating configuration at the very top end of the Mazda models.

It’s a full seven seat model for larger families for the weekday activities as well as weekends away and family holidays.

It will come in three models, the of Touring, GT and Azami. All come with a choice of either a turbocharged, inline-six cylinder petrol or diesel engine, both of which employ 48-volt M Hybrid Boost MHEV technology

Both engines come with Mazda’s Skyactiv-Drive eight-speed automatic transmission (developed without a torque converter and transmitting torque directly), which sends drive to all four wheels via full-time i-Activ All-Wheel Drive – a rear-biased drive system that balances engaging and adventurous driving characteristics.

The CX-90 comes with four different switchable driving modes, ranging from Normal, Sport, Off-Road and Towing

driving as well as adventur that affords the CX-90 its neutral and engaging handling characteristics, as well as the ability to venture onto adventure-based terrain.

The Mazda CX-90 is priced from around $74,500 through to a bit under $94,000 plus the usual costs.

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