Brand-New Mazda CX-8 Joins Mazda New Zealand Line-Up

Mazda New Zealand is thrilled to confirm the Brand-New Mazda CX-8 will be joining the award-winning Mazda SUV Line-Up in the second half of 2018.

The stylish new three row, seven seat SUV offers the spacious versatility of a large car, with smaller dimensions that won’t compromise on cabin comfort, drive or power.

Sitting between Mazda’s CX-5 and CX-9 on the sizing scale, the Brand-New Mazda CX-8 is narrower and shorter than its elder sibling. This smaller stature allows for better maneuverability, at the same time offering growing families the flexibility of a comfortable seven seat option.

Loaded with Mazda’s i-ACTIVSENSE technologies, the Brand-New Mazda CX-8 will feature the latest in safety equipment offering peace of mind to drivers.

Powered by the 2.2L SKYACTIV-D engine, delivering a smooth drive, strong performance and excellent fuel economy. The premium feel of the drive is accentuated by the styling of the Brand-New Mazda CX-8; Mazda’s KODO design philosophy shines through the sculpted front signature wing and bold grille, and high quality interior finishes give the cabin a sense of refinement and elegance.

Managing Director of Mazda New Zealand, David Hodge, said the Brand-New Mazda CX-8 will meet New Zealand’s growing demand for the versatility which SUV’s provide.

“More and more, Kiwis are opting for larger SUV’s to suit the demands of their busy lives; the Brand-New Mazda CX-8 is the perfect fit for those who need the versatility of seven seats and the economy that diesel affords,” said Mr Hodge.

The Brand-New Mazda CX-8 will be available in New Zealand from the second half of this year.
 

BT-50 commercialcare disclaimer

** is also available to new BT-50 owners where every scheduled service completed by Mazda specialist technicians for a 3 year/100,000km term (whichever wherever occurs first) will cost no more than $200 (incl. GST) per service for models built after 1 November 2012. *** 3,350kg applies to earlier models.

* whichever occurs first

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