Car Expert 8.3/10

BIG STEP UP IN BUILD QUALITY AND MATERIALS

2023 Mazda CX-60 review Mazda is turning it up a notch in its battle to fight in a more premium space. The all-new CX-60 SUV aims to take it to the Germans. Mazda has announced ambitious plans to roll out a number of new vehicles between now and 2030, including a full-electric vehicles to…

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Carsguide 8.1/10

MAZDA IS GOING PREMIUM

Mazda CX-60 2022 review Mazda is moving up in the world with its new CX-60, its first PHEV, which is also its most powerful car, ever. The new SUV is built on a rear-drive platform – although the PHEV we’re driving here is AWD – and will use longitudinally mounted engines, with straight-sixes…

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Drive.com.au

2023 MAZDA CX-60 REVIEW - FIRST DRIVE OF THE NEW PHEV SUV | DRIVE.COM.AU

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The first in line of many new SUV products from Mazda, the CX-60 holds the weight of the Japanese brand on its shoulders. We get an early look-in at this latest entrant to the Mazda line-up in Portugal.

 

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Wheels 8.5/10

HARD NOT TO BE IMPRESSED

2022 Mazda CX-60 PHEV review: International first drive Mazda has upmarket ambitions and the new CX-60 is the point of its premium spear. But is the spear aimed in the right direction?

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CarExpert

2022 MAZDA CX-60 (INC. 0-100) REVIEW: MAZDA'S ANSWER TO X3, GLC & Q5!

Mazda is going premium and it wants the all new Mazda CX-60 to be the brand’s answer to the BMW X3, Mercedes-Benz GLC and Audi Q5. How close does it get? Paul Maric heads to Portugal to test the Mazda CX-60 PHEV to see if it can take it to its European competitors.

Chasing Cars 7.5/10

POWERFUL AND QUICK

Mazda CX-60 2023 review: plug-in hybrid first drive Mazda will soon burst into the luxury SUV segment with its first plug-in hybrid – the RWD-based CX-60 midsizer. We’ve driven it. Mazda’s 2021 announcement that it would build its next generation of SUVs on a new rear-wheel drive (RWD) platform…

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Chasing Cars

MAZDA TAKES ON LUXURY SUVS! (MAZDA CX-60 2022 REVIEW)

Is Mazda’s new CX-60 really a luxury product? Equipped with a new RWD platform, a range of new engines (including the CX-60 PHEV tested here), six-cylinder options, double wishbone front suspension and a luxe-level cabin, the CX-60 is designed to tackle the BMW X3, Audi Q5, Mercedes GLC and Volvo XC60. Does it succeed?

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Drive 8/10

PROMISING FIRST LOOK!

PROMISING FIRST LOOK!

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PURE, SIMPLE AND BOLD

Shaped by the Japanese concept of ‘Ma’ – the calm and dignified beauty of empty space, and the aesthetic principle of ‘less is more’, its purposeful lines convey a beauty that is pure, simple and bold. An elegant composition where the surfaces reflect light and its proportions, clearly revealing its front-engine, rear-wheel drive character.

INSPIRED, CRAFTED AND CONSIDERED

An elevation to an entirely new level of luxury and sophistication, each element of the interior is carefully considered. Materials like maple wood and nappa leather make for a sanctuary where you experience complete comfort. While intuitive technology like facial recognition ensures a drive that’s highly personalised.

A PASSION FOR DRIVING

A vehicle truly in-tune with those behind the wheel, First-Ever Mazda CX-60 evokes a passion for driving. A new powerful plug-in hybrid and new inline six-cylinder petrol & diesel engines provide responsiveness, refinement and environmental performance – without compromise. Then there’s the driving thrill and joy that comes with an exhilarating rear-wheel drive chassis.

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