Pre-sales begin for #Mazda CX-60 with six-cylinder diesel engine
Leverkusen, September 1, 2022
- New high-end crossover model with six-cylinder inline diesel engine from 46,150 euros
- Available in 2 performance levels and up to 4 different equipment lines
- Attractive offers as part of early sales, first shipments from early 2023
At the beginning of next year, the Mazda CX-60 will be rolling on German roads with the all-new e-Skyactiv D six-cylinder diesel engine. Mazda dealers are already opening the order books for the diesel version of the top crossover model, which will be available in 2 performance levels from 46,150 euros and 51,350 euros respectively.
As part of the early sales, Mazda dealers are offering attractive offers to customers who will already decide on the Mazda CX-60 e-Skyactiv D in the coming weeks.
Mazda offers the car with either 147 kilowatts with rear-wheel drive or 187 kilowatts with the Mazda i-Activ AWD all-wheel drive system. In both versions, drive power is transmitted through an #eight-speed #automatic transmission and an integrated #electric motor as part of the M #Hybrid Boost system. The newly developed 3.3-liter six-cylinder offers an impressive combination of high performance and low consumption.
The 187 kilowatt E-Skyactiv D 254 accelerates the Mazda CX-60 from zero to 100 km/h in just 7.4 seconds and enables a top speed of 219 km/h. WLTP consumption is just 5.3 liters per 100 kilometers and #CO2 emissions are just 139 grams per kilometer – excellent value for a car in this class with a six-cylinder engine, #automatic and all-wheel drive. The consumption values of the e-Skyactiv D 200 variant are even better with 147 kilowatts, which according to the WLTP comes to just 4.9 liters per 100 kilometers – and CO2 emissions of 127 grams per kilometer.
The new highly innovative DCPCI (Distribution Controlled Partial Ignition) combustion technology is responsible for a high level of efficiency: It reduces emissions and consumption and ensures that e-Skyactiv D achieves a thermal efficiency of more than 40 percent across the board . operating ranges.