Updated Mazda crossover
13 October 2009

The refreshed Mazda CX-7 crossover goes on sale next month at £25,785.

The thirsty 256bhp petrol engine from the Mazda 3 MPS has been ditched and the only unit on offer now is the 171bhp turbocharged 2.2-litre diesel.

Review - Mazda CX-7 driven

Visual tweaks include a restyled front with a larger grille with chrome detailing. Chrome strips now also run along the bottom of the doors.

A larger rear spoiler is bolted on to the rear and the CX-7 wears new 19-inch alloy wheels.

The CX-7 gets a raft of standard equipment including leather seats, climate control air-conditioning, cruise control, electric windows, electric driver’s and front passenger’s heated seats, and a Bose sound system.

The car goes on sale on 1 November.

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