2018 Mazda CX7. An example of the luxury crossover is the Mazda CX7-2018. This, in turn, prompted car manufacturers everywhere to focus all their attention on engineering SUVs or transports. The CX7 first appeared in 2006 but soon came out of production until 2013. The CX7 was replaced by CX5, which served the successor purpose in many ways. However, according to recent reports the CX7 is bound to return to the game in 2018.
Not much redesigned. Only bearing of the old production model is the name, everything else is brand new. The CX7 will not go to the Cross-up, but a medium-sized sports car with a third optional row of seats, which looks like the Mitsubishi Outlander and Nissan X-Trail.
The new 2018 Mazda CX7 should be sitting directly between the CX5 compact and the larger CX9. We do not know anything about the technical specs yet, but we believe that the new CX7 will be built on SKYACTIVE structure and will have a standalone suspension as the CX9 has been installed. It is believed to be equipped with a four-wheel drive system and a controlled electronic motor system.
It is expected to be available in three different types of engine options depending on consumer requirements. The primary engine will be a 2.0-liter power unit capable of providing 200 hp. The second engine option is a 2.5 liter engine, which will provide 250 hp. The third alternative is diesel.
This includes a 2.2-liter turbocharged unit with 173 hp. All three variations are predicted either automatic or manual six-speed transmission. In addition, the company has not yet issued any official data on the fuel efficiency of the vehicle, but many expect to exceed previous generations.
Our sources say that the new 2018 Mazda CX7 must be released in the first part of 2018. Japanese automaker will “restart” the production of CX7 after the early production of CX3 finished. Another CX7 was produced at the Hiroshima facility again in August 2012. The new redesigned sports car prices will be between $21,000 and $27,000, although we expect to see them sell for nearly $25,000.