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2010 Mazda CX-7

The Mazda CX-7 is sporty and svelte yet functional, roomy, and comfortable. The CX-7 is available with a turbocharged four-cylinder that delivers sporty performance. For 2010, Mazda CX-7 is available with a naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine, allowing it to more directly competes with the likes of the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4. A sporty five-passenger vehicle, the CX-7 will haul nearly as much stuff as it does people.

The Mazda CX-7 offers decent cargo space, a comprehensive set of safety features and distinctive looks. We found it fun to drive, with responsive handling and good high-speed stability. Compared to its competitors, the CX-7 excels in ride and handling.

Mazda introduced the CX-7 for 2007 as a totally new crossover utility vehicle. Crossovers have since become the hottest segment in the auto industry. They combine the high seating position and cargo capacity of a truck-based sport utility vehicle with the agility, smoothness and fuel economy of a car. And they avoid the image of a minivan or station wagon.

The 2010 Mazda CX-7 gets revisions to the interior, exterior, and chassis. The new engine comes with a five-speed automatic transmission instead of the turbo's six speed. The 2010 CX-7 body has Mazda's new corporate face featuring the now-familiar five-pointed grille, as well as a new rear bumper. Underneath, Mazda has retuned the dampers and taken steps to increase body rigidity and reduce noise, vibration and harshness. Inside, it gets a new two-tiered dashboard that features a Multi-Information Display near the windshield that is controlled by buttons on the steering wheel. Other interior changes consist of new door armrests, minor changes to trim, and new features, including Bluetooth connectivity, a Blind Spot Monitoring System, and driver's seat memory for the Grand Touring model.
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The Mazda CX-7 is sporty and svelte yet functional, roomy, and comfortable. The CX-7 is available with a turbocharged four-cylinder that delivers sporty performance. For 2010, Mazda CX-7 is available with a naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine, allowing it to more directly competes with the likes of the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4. A sporty five-passenger vehicle, the CX-7 will haul nearly as much stuff as it does people.

The Mazda CX-7 offers decent cargo space, a comprehensive set of safety features and distinctive looks. We found it fun to drive, with responsive handling and good high-speed stability. Compared to its competitors, the CX-7 excels in ride and handling.

Mazda introduced the CX-7 for 2007 as a totally new crossover utility vehicle. Crossovers have since become the hottest segment in the auto industry. They combine the high seating position and cargo capacity of a truck-based sport utility vehicle with the agility, smoothness and fuel economy of a car. And they avoid the image of a minivan or station wagon.

The 2010 Mazda CX-7 gets revisions to the interior, exterior, and chassis. The new engine comes with a five-speed automatic transmission instead of the turbo's six speed. The 2010 CX-7 body has Mazda's new corporate face featuring the now-familiar five-pointed grille, as well as a new rear bumper. Underneath, Mazda has retuned the dampers and taken steps to increase body rigidity and reduce noise, vibration and harshness. Inside, it gets a new two-tiered dashboard that features a Multi-Information Display near the windshield that is controlled by buttons on the steering wheel. Other interior changes consist of new door armrests, minor changes to trim, and new features, including Bluetooth connectivity, a Blind Spot Monitoring System, and driver's seat memory for the Grand Touring model.
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Retail Price

$21,700 - $33,035
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Engine 2.5LI-4
MPG 20 City / 28 Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 5-spd auto w/OD
Power 161 @ 6000 rpm
Drivetrain front-wheel
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