Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Mazda CX-7 Dies So That the CX-5 May Live

With the imminent arrival of the all-new CX-5, Mazda has decided to retire its CX-7 crossover after the 2012 model year. Given the CX-7?s sales numbers versus those of the competition and the fact that the CX-5 is roomier and more fuel efficient, we can?t fault the decision. Just 5231 CX-7s were sold during the [...]

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