Mazda is in the process of preparing to release a new CX-5. This unveil would be in 2023. Even the Japanese media has begun going into detail about how one of Australia’s most well-renowned mid-size SUVs is going to go up against the popular Toyota RAV4 Hybrid.
Mazda CX-5 is Due Out in 2023
The new CX-5 is expecting to arrive the year after next. It is going to be tipping to arrive with diesel and petrol power plants. For both with six-cylinder, it is also expected to add the hybrid technology.
Engines with Six Options
Moreover, both engines are supposing to be straight-six options. It will include the SKYACTIV-G (for the petrol) as well as SKYACTIV-D (for the diesel). Both are anticipating to be offering with 48-volt mild-hybrid options. Therefore, it will reduce fuel use. The four-cylinder options will also be available.
Mazda CX-5: Battery Power
The 3.3-liter straight-six diesel for the Mazda CX-5 2023 is expecting to produce around 210kW and 600Nm which is plenty. Though, not a conventional hybrid, like the RAV4, a 48-volt system that predominately uses battery power to run the vehicle’s ancillary systems. It means a lower impact on fuel use and emissions.
The Mazda CX-5 2023 has plug-in hybrid options that are also expecting to give the brand the nearest thing it has to a similar competitor to the RAV4 Hybrid.
New Engines and Platforms
There have been earlier reports that point to the CX-5 soldiering on with its existing engine options. Thus clearing the way for a model – the CX-50. It would be to adapt to the new technology. Moreover, the latest reports do suggest the CX-5 is going to adopt the new engines and platforms in 2023.
Rear- or All-Wheel-Drive Configurations
Moreover, in fact, the vehicle will also run on a new large vehicle architecture. It will be offering in rear- or all-wheel-drive configurations. This is according to the reports.