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Mazda CX-80, the seven-seater super SUV makes its debut: diesel or plug-in. Sizes and prices

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Mazda CX-80, the seven-seater super SUV makes its debut: diesel or plug-in.  Sizes and prices

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Mazda expands its offering with the new CX-80. The model will be placed at the top of the range, offering not only sustainable mobility contents so dear to the Japanese brand, but also on-board flexibility which has always been the distinctive character of all its models. There are two engines: the plug-in version combined with a petrol engine and mild hybrid for the diesel. Seven seats on board divided into three rows with wide margins of accessibility.

The style is the unmistakable one of all Mazdas

From an aesthetic point of view, the new CX-80 incorporates many of the distinctive details of the CX-60, given that it can in fact be considered a sort of elongated variant. The highly sculpted front and roof rails are combined with new colors and 20-inch alloy wheels with a glossy gray finish. Inside, however, the environment and the choice of materials aim to strengthen the spaciousness of a passenger compartment that offers three rows of seats with respectable liveability on board the car.

Longer than the CX-60 and much more space on board

250 mm longer than the CX-60 for a total of 4,995 mm, the new Mazda adds the choice between different configurations for the second of the three available rows, that is, bench seats for a total of 7 seats or single seats with central passage to 6 seats as an alternative to 6 single seats. With the result that the CX-80 offers much more space for the shoulders and head of the occupants and 258 liters for cargo with the seats or 687 liters with the third row folded.

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Mazda CX-80, photos of the Japanese mega SUV that challenges the German brands

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New infotainment for high-level hitech

Also inside, the new CX-80 debuts a navigator that combines the advantages of offline and online services with 360-degree vision monitoring that will make maneuvering easier even in confined spaces. To which the 15 W wireless charging platform for smartphones must be taken into account, while the plug-in hybrid version is equipped with 1,500 watt alternating current power without the need for an additional support network.

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto systems are standard

There are five trim levels planned for the brand’s new flagship: Exclusive Line, Takumi and Homura, in addition to the Takumi and Homura Plus at the top of the offer which as standard includes a complete set of dual-zone climate control, 12.3″ TFT touch screen inches in the center of the dashboard plus the Alexa voice assistant and compatibility with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The new CX-80 also features 4 optional packages and a large panoramic roof.

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