The Mazda CX-60 family will grow in the UK early next year with the arrival of the e-Skyactive D MHEV diesel variant.
Powering the Mazda CX-60 e-Skyactiv D MHEV is a 3.3-liter common rail direct injection six-cylinder diesel that will be offered in two configurations, both of which feature a 48-volt M Hybrid Boost system. The entry-level version pumps out 197 hp while the flagship model has 250 hp and also features the Mazda i-Activ AWD system.
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Kicking off the UK range is the CX-60 Exclusive priced from £42,990 ($48,624). This model has the 197 hp engine and rear-wheel drive but can be specified with the more powerful engine from £45,630 ($51,610). Those who order a CX-60 Exclusive can also option the £1,400 ($1,583) Comfort Pack and the £1,900 ($2,149) Convenience and Driver Assistance Pack.
Sitting in the middle of the range is the CX-60 Homura, starting from £48,380 ($54,720) and available solely with the 250 hp all-wheel drive powertrain. The range is then topped out by the £50,730 ($57,378) CX-60 Takumi. Both of these models can be specified with the Convenience and Driver Assistance Pack and a panoramic roof is optional on the Homura and standard on the Takumi.
“Another demonstration of Mazda’s ‘Multi-Solution Approach’, the new diesel is designed to meet the needs of customers who want an efficient, long distance driving car with great towing capacity,” Mazda Motors UK managing director Jeremy Thomson said. “The company’s multi-solution strategy offers different products and technologies – including more efficient internal combustion engines and a wide range of electrified powertrains, that best suit the local market and society’s demand for sustainability”
The Mazda CX-60 family will expand further in the UK with the new 3.0-liter e-Skyactiv straight-six petrol engine that will land “at a later date.”