Mazda New Zealand confirmed pricing and specification of the first-ever Mazda CX-60 and Mazda CX-90.

Joining Mazda’s SUV range and on-sale from September 2023, the CX-60 and CX-90 are the first products to launch off Mazda’s new Large Product platform.

Mazda New Zealand managing director David Hodge, is excited for the impending arrivals. 

“Both CX-60 and CX-90 are the most important new models for Mazda in a generation.  They offer such innovation for driver engagement and passenger comfort alike, all within striking new designs which are an evolution of the Kodo design language. 

“Offering a fully electrified engine range also plays a key part in Mazda’s multi-solution strategy, which targets different products and powertrain technologies to best suit the local market’s sustainability demands and trends”, Hodge adds.

2023 Mazda CX-60 & CX-90: New Zealand Pricing*:

  • Mazda CX-60 Touring e-SKYACTIV PHEV 2.5 $78,990
  • Mazda CX-60 Homura e-SKYACTIV G 3.3 Hybrid $81,990
  • Mazda CX-60 Homura e-SKYACTIV PHEV 2.5 $87,990
  • Mazda CX-60 Takami e-SKYACTIV PHEV 2.5 $90,990
  • Mazda CX-90 Takami e-SKYACTIV G 3.3 Hybrid $92,990

*Recommend retail pricing, excluding on-road costs.

Mazda says the upcoming arrival of the Mazda CX-60 and Mazda CX-90 is the launch of not just new nameplates to the market, but the launch of a new vehicle concept with evolutionary design, class-leading engines, along human centric comfort and innovation that enables a more engaged and dynamic driving experience.

They say every Mazda incorporates passion, dedication and craftmanship, and that ethos of hand-made, premium quality is firmly established in Japanese culture.  That ethos has formed the foundation for the new Mazda Large Product platform, and the first-ever Mazda CX-60 and Mazda CX-90.

2023 Mazda CX-60 & CX-90: Model Range

The Mazda CX-60 arrives in three model grades: Touring, Homura and Takami, while the Mazda CX-90 is available in one flagship grade of Takami.

2023 Mazda CX-60 & CX-90: Engine Range

The CX-60 PHEV’s combination of petrol engine and electric motor delivers a total system output of 241kW and a torque output of 500Nm, with fuel consumption listed at 2.3l/100km* and combined CO2 emissions of 54g/km*. Offering 63km* of combined electric motor-powered driving, the performance of the combined drivetrain delivers a 0-100km/h time of 5.8 seconds. (*3P-WLTP converted data).

Demonstrating Mazda’s commitment to a multi-solution approach to sustainable mobility and the principal of the right solution at the right time, the Mazda CX-60 is also available with the e-Skyactiv G 3.3 Hybrid engine option featuring 48V mild-hybrid technology. With fuel consumption of 8.2l/100km*, Mazda says this rivals many four-cylinder engines, and the newly developed inline six-cylinder turbocharged engine presents high performance outputs of 209kW and 450Nm whilst maintaining the inherently smooth characteristics synonymous with a six-cylinder engine.  (*3P-WLTP converted data).

The Mazda CX-90 is offered exclusively with the most powerful production engine ever offered by the company.  The CX-90 e-Skyactiv G 3.3 Hybrid also features turbocharging and 48V mild-hybrid technology, not to mention an impressive 254kW of power and 500Nm from only 2,000rpm. 

Mazda New Zealand says pre-orders are now open.

From 1 July 2023 customers can secure an order allocation for a new Mazda CX-60 or CX-90 via the Mazda New Zealand website,   Full specification and pricing information will also be available online at this time, signalling the countdown for CX-60 and CX-90 to arrive in the country.

The first-ever Mazda CX-60 and Mazda CX-90 are on-sale and available in Mazda dealers across New Zealand from September 2023.

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Fred Alvrez
How on earth to start this? I've been car/bike/truck crazy since I was a teen. Like John, I had the obligatory Countach poster on the wall. I guess I'm more officially into classic and muscle cars than anything else - I currently have a '65 Sunbeam Tiger that left the factory the same day as I left the hospital as a newborn with my mother. How could I not buy that car? In 2016 my wife and I drove across the USA in a brand-new Dodge Challenger, and then shipped it home. You can read more on We did this again in 2019 in a 1990 Chev Corvette - you can read about that trip on DriveLife. I'm a driving instructor and an Observer for the Institute of Advanced Motorists - trying to do my bit to make our roads safer.


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