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Mazda is expanding the brand's new line of SUVs built on a rear-wheel drive architecture. First introduced with the CX-90, the new CX-70 is a smaller two-row SUV that will use versions of its bigger sibling's powertrains. We expect to have similar styling to the Mazda SUV family and the usual dynamic DNA Mazda is known for.

The 2025 Mazda CX-70 Starts At $41,820

The 2025 Mazda CX-70 starts at $41,820 including $1,375 for destination charges. While the CX-70 is basically a CX-90 sans its third row, the pricing doesn’t necessarily reflect that- at least at first. But the CX-70 will only be offered in higher-spec trim levels, and as such, its base price is actually a hair higher than the CX-90’s $40,970 base price.

Regardless, the two do share the same powertrain options in addition to standard all-wheel drive. Buyers have their choice of a 280 or 340 horsepower 3.3 liter inline six option as well as a 323 horsepower plug-in hybrid driven by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder. The latter will return 53 MPGe, with the six-cylinder managing an EPA-estimated 25 MPG combined.

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Mazda Confirms Both Power Levels For 2025 CX-70 Inline-Six Model

We had our suspicions, but now we know for sure.

The 2025 Mazda CX-70 debuted late last month and has a whole lot in common with the CX-90. In fact, that's basically what it is, minus a third row of seats and with unique styling to emphasize its sportier nature. The similarities continue under the skin too, as Mazda stated at the launch that the CX-70 engine lineup would include the 90's 3.3-liter turbocharged inline-six as well as the plug-in hybrid.

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2025 Mazda CX-70 debuts with Familiar Engines and Looks, More Space

Mazda has just revealed the brand’s newest SUV model, the CX-70. As the name suggests, this is a mid-size SUV that slots between the CX-50 compact and the three-row CX-90.

Built on the same platform foundation as the CX-90, the CX-70 is Mazda’s largest two-row SUV currently on sale. Design cues mimic that of current Mazda products, and the family resemblance to the CX-90 is obvious.

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5 SUVs the 2025 Mazda CX-70 Competes Against

Straddling the line between mainstream and premium puts the mid-sized Mazda in a unique spot.

Earlier today, Mazda revealed its latest SUV in the shape of the 2025 CX-70. Essentially a CX-90 with the third row ditched, the newest member of the family carries over the excellent mild-hybrid inline-six powertrain, as well as the plug-in hybrid option. As the largest two-row SUV Mazda builds, the CX-70 should offer up plenty of storage along with comfortable space for five people.

What does that put it up against? Here are the five vehicles we’ll be itching to line up beside the Mazda’s square jaw later this year.

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CARB Filing Confirms 2025 Mazda CX-70 Will Have CX-90 Engines

Although we have speculated this would be the case, filings with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) indicate that the upcoming Mazda CX-70 will indeed share powertrains with the larger CX-90. The CX-90, Mazda’s full-size SUV, is powered by either a 3.3-liter turbocharged inline-six engine mated to a 48-volt mild hybrid system, or a 2.5-liter four-cylinder paired to a plug-in hybrid system. Both units use an 8-speed automatic transmission.

The CX-70 is set to be a new two-row mid-sized SUV riding on a shortened version of the CX-90 platform. Rumor has it the latest Mazda will be even more luxurious than previous models, helping the brand to better compete with rivals like BMW and Mercedes.

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2025 Mazda CX-70 Reveal Set for January 30

Mazda's mid-sizer will break cover at the end of the month.

Mazda wasted no time kicking off 2024. The Japanese brand on Tuesday confirmed the 2025 CX-70 would debut January 30 via the Mazda Canada Instragram account.

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Detailed Specs


$40,445 - $57,450


3.3-liter turbo six-cylinder, 2.5-liter four-cylinder + plug-in hybrid


280-340 hp / 323 hp


332 -369 lb-ft / 369 lb-ft





Fuel Economy (city/hwy)

23-24 mpg / 28 mpg / 56 mpge (plug-in)

Cargo Capacity

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