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Mazda has announced official pricing for the CX-70 midsize two-row SUV, ahead of its launch this spring. Pricing begins at $41,820 for the entry-level gas model, while the plug-in hybrid powertrain starts at $55,775. The CX-70, revealed late last month, is the exact same size as the CX-90, though it's short one row of seats.


Interestingly, comparing pricing charts for the two crossovers will reveal that the CX-70 charges about $1,000 more than the CX-90, despite the former having one fewer row (the CX-90 begins at $39,220). Mazda actually has a rather valid reason for this, as the CX-70 offers a smaller selection of trim levels compared to its numerically larger sibling. In fact, its starting price matches that of the CX-90's when you climb up a trim or two. There's a chance that Mazda might raise the CX-90's pricing next year to give the CX-70 some much-needed value.


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Aside from a unique front bumper design and some other small touches, the CX-70 shares everything with the CX-90. That includes a turbocharged 3.3 liter inline-six engine with two output options (280 hp for lower trims, 340 hp for pricier trims), paired with a 48-volt hybrid system. There's also a plug-in hybrid variant that tacks an electric motor to a downsized 2.5 liter gas engine, making a combined 323 hp. Each powertrain sends power to all four wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission.


Featuring the standard 280-hp inline-six powertrain are the $41,820 Preferred, followed by the $47,725 Premium and $50,275 Premium Plus. Tacking on an S to the end of each trim denotes the punchier 340-hp version, starting with the $53,835 S Premium and rising up to $57,325 with the S Premium Plus. Meanwhile, the CX-70 PHEV comes in two special trims of its own––the $55,775 Premium and $58,825 Premium Plus.


Deliveries for the CX-70 will begin in the spring, though more budget-friendly models won't arrive until the summer and fall.


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Feb 27, 2024
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The Mazda CX-70 Costs More Than CX-90 Despite Having Fewer Seats

There is a reason for this, however.

Mazda has announced official pricing for the CX-70 midsize two-row SUV, ahead of its launch this spring. Pricing begins at $41,820 for the entry-level gas model, while the plug-in hybrid powertrain starts at $55,775. The CX-70, revealed late last month, is the exact same size as the CX-90, though it's short one row of seats.


Interestingly, comparing pricing charts for the two crossovers will reveal that the CX-70 charges about $1,000 more than the CX-90, despite the former having one fewer row (the CX-90 begins at $39,220). Mazda actually has a rather valid reason for this, as the CX-70 offers a smaller selection of trim levels compared to its numerically larger sibling. In fact, its starting price matches that of the CX-90's when you climb up a trim or two. There's a chance that Mazda might raise the CX-90's pricing next year to give the CX-70 some much-needed value.


Mazda CX-70 Price, Mazda CX-70, new Mazda SUVs, does Mazda make SUVs, how much does Mazda CX-70 cost

Aside from a unique front bumper design and some other small touches, the CX-70 shares everything with the CX-90. That includes a turbocharged 3.3 liter inline-six engine with two output options (280 hp for lower trims, 340 hp for pricier trims), paired with a 48-volt hybrid system. There's also a plug-in hybrid variant that tacks an electric motor to a downsized 2.5 liter gas engine, making a combined 323 hp. Each powertrain sends power to all four wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission.


Featuring the standard 280-hp inline-six powertrain are the $41,820 Preferred, followed by the $47,725 Premium and $50,275 Premium Plus. Tacking on an S to the end of each trim denotes the punchier 340-hp version, starting with the $53,835 S Premium and rising up to $57,325 with the S Premium Plus. Meanwhile, the CX-70 PHEV comes in two special trims of its own––the $55,775 Premium and $58,825 Premium Plus.


Deliveries for the CX-70 will begin in the spring, though more budget-friendly models won't arrive until the summer and fall.


Image Credits: Mazda

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