Mazda have just released details about their newest vehicle, the Mazda CX-80. The 7-seater SUV is set to be the brand's biggest product ever sold in the UK market, built upon the same platform but 25cm longer than the CX-60 and will be on the roads later this year. Here's everything we know about the new model so far.

Space and Comfort

With seating capacity for up to seven people, the all-new Mazda CX-80 is the brand's most spacious SUV. Maximising comfort and cargo space with three rows of highly comfortable, luxurious seats – designers have created a roomy interior that lets everyone onboard find comfort in their own personal sanctuary.

The Mazda CX-80 offers you several flexible seating options: choose from a 7-seater with a second-row bench seat or a 6-seater with second-row dual captain’s chairs (featuring both heat and ventilation settings) available with walk-through access (for Homura and Homura Plus grades) or a centre console (for Takumi Plus grade).With the 3rd row in place, you have 258L of loadspace in the boot but when those extra seats are not needed, they fold flat and allow for 687L of loadspace.

Engine Options & Trim Levels

Similar to the CX-60, 2 engine options are available. The 2.5L petrol plug-in hybrid or a 3.3L mild-hybrid diesel option: both of which are all-wheel drive.

There is set to be 5 trim levels available, offering you plenty of choice. Unlike the CX-60, Homura Plus and Takumi Plus will be the top 2 specification levels, above the Exclusive-Line, Homura and Takumi. However, Mazda are well known for the generous specification of their vehicles, especially when it comes to the entry-level trims so you can expect advanced technology and safety features.

Although the full pricing has not been announced yet, the Mazda CX-80 is expected to start from just under £49,000, with customer car deliveries expected to begin from September 2024.

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