The Mazda CX-4 coupe-crossover has become twice as popular as the CX-5June 21, 2020
With the updated coupe-shaped Mazda CX-4 crossover, fans of the Japanese brand have known each other since the end of last year. In China, this model is in good demand, as evidenced by current statistics.
In May, Chinese residents purchased 6,800 copies of the updated Mazda CX-4 cross coupe. With this result, the model received the right to be called the most popular SUV of the brand. At the same time, the coupe-shaped CX-4 almost doubled the sales of the Mazda CX-5.
After restyling, the cross-coupe received new bumpers, an upgraded head optics, a larger radiator grille, and also redesigned taillights with LEDs. When decorating the interior of the novelty, the manufacturer used better materials.
In addition, the coupe-shaped SUV got advanced multimedia with a large touchscreen. For the convenience of the driver and his passengers, Mazda also finalized the climate control unit. On the technical side, the coupe-shaped CX-4 is no different from the CX-5. The crossover coupe retained the old Skyactiv-G engines for two and 2.5 liters, issuing 158 and 192 hp. respectively. In a couple they are offered 6-speed manual transmission or “automatic” with the same number of steps.
The base CX-4 gets front-wheel drive, all-wheel drive is available at an additional cost. The model is equipped with modern driver’s assistants, security systems and comfort options. The price for the Mazda CX-4 in China ranges from 148,800 to 215,800 yuan
Previously, the online premiere of the updated Mazda BT-50 pickup truck took place. The third-generation car was designed in the corporate Kodo style, which outwardly akin to a pickup with the flagship crossover Mazda CX-9.
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