Single spec, single engine CX-7 on sale from next month
27 October 2009

The facelifted Mazda CX-7 will cost £25,785 when it goes on sale on 1 November.

The revised crossover 4x4, which will be available with a new 171bhp 2.2-litre diesel and a single trim level, sports changes including a larger front grille plus more kit, including leather seats, a Bose sound system and sat-nav.

Hi-res Mazda CX-7 pictures

Mazda also says the ride comfort and handling have been significantly improved.

The switch to diesel power helps the revised CX-7 to average 37.7mpg and emit 199g/km of carbon dioxide, a considerable improvement on its predecessor.

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The slightly leftfield Mazda CX-7 has become a serious contender with a diesel engine at last

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27 October 2009

The Mazda CX7 has been facelifted? I didn't even know it had been launched! Talk about sneaking in under the radar. Mazda must be truly envious of the media coverage given to its JLR competitor.

27 October 2009

PS. Dont get me wrong. I am not knocking it. It looks rather good

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