No, in Europe, you will not be able to buy it. 80 percent of production is planned for North America. At the Los Angeles Motor Show, it has consequentally premiered. It is the second generation of the large Mazda. It is despite an almost 6 centimeters longer wheelbase 3 centimeters shorter and it become up to 130 kg lighter (factory specification). However, part of this reorganization was an extended bonnet.
A few special features characterize this version. So would be real two meters width for Europe a problem. However, it is the car size that could need VW for the US market urgently at the moment. Nothing stops the Americans currently of her beloved big cars with petrol engines, the gasoline price certainly does not, too.
On the other hand Mazda promises 20 percent reduction in fuel consumption. Maybe possible with such a high compression rate despite of charging. This must not be too low even to generate at least 420 Nm out of 2.5 liters displacement. Consequently, it needs high-octane gasoline. But where to get in the United States?
Inside seems the sophisticated processing, but also the seat with not too much lateral support typical of the planned market. Outside really affects the color most. Also front and rear shows much painted surface, rather more plastic than metal. Much depth and brilliance do help in this context.
Interesting, the concept to avoid turbo holes. The cylinders 1 and 4 reach the turbo charger apart, the cylinders 2 and 3 merged. They are regulated by electric valves so that the strongest possible jet is able to drive the charger turbine even at low rews. Also rarely announced by manufacturers: The CX 9 needs despite its size only 13 kW (18 hp) for 88 km/h on a flat road survace. 02/16