Friday, May 24, 2024

The Mazda CX-80 is the Japanese king's new family car. But it costs!

Mazda has just had the world premiere of the brand new SUV, the Mazda CX-80, with room for up to seven people. Read all about the large family car here!

The CX-80 is the most spacious Mazda on the European market and the brand's new flagship. In this latest interpretation of Mazda's unique Kodo design, the designers have focused heavily on creating a clean design with a minimalist Japanese aesthetic, where all unnecessary elements have been removed.

The Mazda CX-80 is the second model, after the Mazda CX-60, to be based on Mazda's large platform architecture with rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. With a length of just under 5 meters and a wheelbase of 3120 mm, the CX-80 is significantly larger than the CX-60.

This makes room for a third row of seats that can be folded into the floor when maximum space for luggage is a priority. With the rear seats folded down, the luggage compartment holds up to 687 liters of luggage.

For the middle row of seats, you can choose between a seat with room for 3 people or two extra comfortable captain's seats – either with a console box in the middle or with access to the rear seats.

The Mazda CX-80 is the Japanese king's new family car. But it costs!
Credit: Mazda

In addition to a number of updated safety systems, the Mazda CX-80 has a new, 3-zone air conditioning system, Alexa* voice control for operating many of the car's functions, as well as a function in the 360 degree parking camera that makes it easier to back up towards a trailer when the must be connected.

In Denmark, the CX-80 will only be marketed as a Plug-in hybrid, where a 2.5-litre petrol engine and a powerful electric motor together have a system output of 327 hp and a torque of 500 Nm.

It has an electric range of 60 km, accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 6.8 seconds and has a top speed of 195 km/h. The fuel economy according to the WLTP norm is 62.5 km/l, corresponding to a CO 2 emission of 36 g/km in mixed traffic.

The forces are transferred via an 8-speed automatic gearbox to all four wheels via Mazda's variable four-wheel drive, i-Activ All-Wheel Drive system. In normal traffic, most of the power is transferred to the rear wheels, and only when it is needed, up to 50% of the power is transferred to the front wheels. This is, for example, the case when the CX-80 tows a trailer weighing up to 2,500 kg.

The price for the Mazda CX-80 will start at DKK 562,000 when it is introduced in Denmark in autumn 2024.


The Mazda CX-80 is the Japanese king's new family car. But it costs!
Credit: Mazda


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