Mazda emphasized CX-70's look with contrasting black accents throughout the exterior and available black metal and machine-cut finished 21-inch wheels.  -  Photo: Mazda

Mazda emphasized CX-70's look with contrasting black accents throughout the exterior and available black metal and machine-cut finished 21-inch wheels.

Photo: Mazda

Mazda North American Operations announced the first 2025 Mazda CX-70, which provides intuitive handling that keeps the driver engaged and in control.

The CX-70 powertrains feature some form of electrification. Customers can choose from an e-SkyActiv G 3.3L Inline 6 Turbo engine with M-Hybrid Boost or an e-SkyActiv G PHEV.

New Features Added to 2025 Mazda CX-70

The CX-70 implements several new features to Mazda.

This includes remote-folding rear seats, which allow for easier loading into the rear of the vehicle, as well as a rear cargo area that has been optimized for storage with additional compartments, hooks for bags, and other equipment. 

The CX-70's sense of utility and functionality to the driver is improved with new assistance technologies.

One of these is an addition to Cruising & Traffic Support, called Unresponsive Driver Support, that adds an emergency-only system to automatically decelerate and stop the vehicle if the system detects the driver is unresponsive to escalating alerts.

There is also the integration of Alexa, which allows the driver to make hands-free commands for prompts like changing the temperature, or radio station, to control their smart home devices.

The CX-70 is the first Mazda crossover to feature Alexa. 

This vehicle announcement follows Mazda releasing details on the 2024 CX-30 in September 2023. 

For 2024, the CX-30 gains additional packaging options, such as the introduction of the new 2.5 Carbon Turbo model, along with technological upgrades, like the inclusion of USB-C inputs and a newly available 10.25-inch center display with a touchscreen.

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