Mazda’s plan to bring another two crossover SUVs to North America isn’t anything new. Still, no matter the fact we understand the automaker’s intention, we have no hint what precisely is going on. Rumors are going around that a person of them is going to be the mid-size CX-7 crossover, and this makes sense for us. The nameplate which was dropped in 2012 will reportedly be manufactured in the U.S.A.
2021 Mazda CX-7 Preview
Up until now, possible buyers in the U.S. can choose between CX-3, CX-5, and CX-9 models. The first two provide subcompact and compact footprints, while the 3rd one sports mid-size dimensions. If the CX-7 returns, it will most likely come as some mid-sizer.
We say some sort because our company believes that the model isn’t going to appear like typically at all. Rather, the nameplate will most likely get these-days popular coupe-like design. The Japanese automaker offers such a vehicle in China, so it isn’t an unknown terrain for them.
Yes, the CX-30 is a CX-3-based coupe-like SUV which sports a more sloped roof and almost a fastback design in the rear. Compared to the CX-3, the stylish nameplate looks significantly larger, so if the 2021 Mazda CX-7 truly gets the coupe-like design, it might be bigger and more attractive from the bestselling CX-5. Considering strong sale numbers of Mazda’s compact SUV, this makes a lot of sense do not you believe?
Remembering that the automaker works on a new and light architecture which will make launching this year, it discovered our minds that the platform might be in charge of the new coupe-SUV too.
2021 Mazda CX-7 Engine
Likewise, the 2021 Mazda CX-7 will most probably be amongst the first available with the car manufacturer’s mild-hybrid technology, in addition to with the company’s Skyactiv-X fuel engine. Possibly, the all-new CX-7 gets an oil-burner too. The company introduced the diesel-powered CX-5 for North America not so long earlier, so the choice could be offered with the upcoming coupe-like crossover also. Though, let’s not forget that the maker is currently establishing its all-electric model, for which we think it’s going to be the brand’s second crossover SUV readily available in North America.