At the current Auto Show in the Big Apple city, Jeffrey Guyton, Mazda Motor Europe President, announced the CX-9 SUV might kick-off the Europe. Currently, the all-new Mazda SUV in the Sport trim could be only offered for the U.S. automotive sales market, with the base pricing tag of $31,520. Guyton also suggests that perhaps European consumers would highly appreciate more CX models from the Mazda lineup that the carmaker is able to build and offer to.
At the moment, Mazda’s lineup for the European market includes the compact – most-in-demand - CX-5 and the subcompact ever-popular CX-3. After the CX-4 will be unveiled in Beijing in April, these fabulous models will have been joined by a new cool top-seller. If Mazda puts its plan into practice, they would effortlessly rival the Kia Sorento along with the Volkswagen Touareg. They should only replace the 2.5-litre petrol engine with a diesel unit.