2023 MAZDA CX-90 Preview

April 19th, 2022 by

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Mazda recently announced several additions to its lineup, including a refreshed Mazda CX-5 and three new crossover SUVs: the Mazda CX-50, the Mazda CX-70, and the Mazda CX-90. The 2022 Mazda CX-90 is slated to be the largest SUV in the upcoming lineup, with many experts predicting that it will come to replace the current three-row Mazda CX-9. There aren’t many details on the upcoming Mazda CX-90 at the moment, but the team here at Holiday Mazda has gathered everything we know so far in the guide below. Check it out, and be sure to keep an eye on our new Mazda inventory so you’ll know the moment the Mazda CX-90 arrives in Oshkosh!

 

 

MAZDA CX-90 Preview: Price, Specs, & More

At the moment, the largest vehicle in the Mazda lineup is the Mazda CX-9. However, like the Mazda CX-3 getting phased out for 2022 and replaced by the Mazda CX-30, we expect that the upcoming Mazda CX-90 will replace the Mazda CX-9 for 2023. The three-row Mazda CX-90 will be the new flagship for the Mazda SUV lineup, being a larger variant of the upcoming two-row Mazda CX-70.

2023 MAZDA CX-90 vs. MAZDA CX-70

Despite the size difference, the Mazda CX-90 and Mazda CX-70 will share some similarities. Both will feature a new inline six-cylinder engine, as well as a plug-in hybrid option for Appleton drivers who want to maximize their vehicle’s efficiency.

 The Mazda CX-90 will come standard with all-wheel drive (AWD) capability, so you can easily take your SUV through tough terrain and inclement weather without fear. It’s speculated that Mazda will also offer a rear-wheel drive powertrain for drivers who plan on sticking to the cities and highways.

2022 MAZDA CX-9 vs. 2023 MAZDA CX-90

The current three-row SUV from Mazda, the Mazda CX-9, is offered at a starting price of around $35,000. It’s likely that the Mazda CX-90 will cost somewhere in that same ballpark, although we won’t know for sure until Mazda announces more details regarding price and trim level.

Inside the cabin, you can expect to find a full suite of classic Mazda safety features, including adaptive cruise control, rear cross-traffic alert, forward collision warning, and much more.

That’s all we know for now! Our team will keep this guide updated as we start to learn more about the upcoming fleet of new Mazda crossovers.

Get Ready for the MAZDA CX-90 with Holiday Mazda!

If you have any questions about the Mazda CX-90, or want to learn more about our current inventory of new and pre-owned Mazda vehicles, don’t hesitate to contact our office! To get a general idea of how a three-row SUV handles on the Beaver Dam roads, contact us or stop by our dealership and we’ll set up a test drive of an available Mazda CX-9. And if you’re looking ahead to bringing a Mazda CX-90 home for yourself when it comes out, you can sell or trade in your current vehicle and put the money towards your new ride!

 

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