Mazda CX-60 Driving Report

Mazda CX-60 Driving Report

bit was Mazda Known not only for innovative technologies and unusual ideas. Hiroshima’s cars were always a little tighter than the others. This is now the end of the new CX-60. It is a 4.75m long and 1.89m wide SUV that is a bit clumsy and has room for an in-line six-cylinder engine under its massive bonnet. A 3.3-litre diesel and a 3.0-litre petrol engine have been announced and will be launching soon with a plug-in hybrid, i.e. a car that combines a combustion engine with an electric unit and To unite is the best of the two.

It’s Mazda’s first plug-in model and, with a system output of 324 hp, it’s also the manufacturer’s most powerful production model to date. The 2.5-liter four-cylinder looks a bit lost under the hood, alone it has 191 hp at 6000 revolutions, which would certainly be a bit much for a weight of 2.1 tons, but there’s still 175 hp of the electric motor. The housing sits an eight-speed automatic developed by Mazda. Together we are stronger, and the result is a maximum system torque of 324 hp and a respectable 500 Nm. The Two Ton can be accelerated from 0 to 100 km/h in about six seconds or reach a top speed of 200 km/h.

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