Mazda Combines Sporty And Space In The CX-7 SUV
Mazda has certainly made sure that they would be able to create a vehicle that would not only catch the attention of all prospective buyers and everybody else in the market for a vehicle but would also be able to provide enough, if not more than enough, room and space for passengers and for cargo. And it has been made a reality in the 2007 Mazda CX-7.
This new vehicle is a successor for the Mazda MPV and it has been built as a wagon with four doors. It entered the market with competition like the Hyundai Santa Fe, Nissan Pathfinder, Toyota Highlander, Dodge Nitro, Mitsubishi Endeavor, and Subaru B9 Tribeca as competition in the midsize crossover sport utility vehicle class. For power, it relies on the 2.3 liter MZR turbocharged I4 engine coupled up with the six speed automatic overdrive transmission system.
The company claims that maintaining the Mazda CX-7 would not be very difficult. Sources of Mazda Protege mp3 aftermarket parts would surely soon be stocking up with quality and the best kind of replacement parts for this vehicle. Aside from this, various local dealers of Mazda vehicles are also offering various types of services to maintain and keep the vehicle in tiptop shape. Repairs would also be included in the services offer by such service centers.
Starting at ,750 for this compact SUV, it sure would be a great deal for those out in the market for a new, sporty and spacious SUV. The prices could go up to ,000 for the Grand Touring model of this vehicle. And you sure would be getting additional perks like the Bose stereo system plus a power sunroof.
Take a quick visit to the interior of the Mazda CX-7 and there would be attractive and easy to use features. The gauges are easy to read and have got orange numerals. You would also find upholstery covered in leather for a more luxurious touch.
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