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Mazda CX-7 (ER)
Mazda CX-7 001.JPG
Overview
ManufacturerMazda
ProductionFebruary 2006 – August 2012[1]
AssemblyJapan: Hiroshima (Hiroshima Plant)
China: Changchun (FAW Mazda)
Designer
Body and chassis
ClassMid-size crossover SUV (D)
Body style5-door SUV
Layout
PlatformFord C1 platform
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,750 mm (108 in)
Length4,676–4,681 mm (184–184 in)
Width1,872 mm (74 in)
Height1,646 mm (65 in)
Curb weight1,782 kg (3,929 lb)
Chronology
PredecessorMazda Tribute
Successor

The Mazda CX-7 is a mid-size crossover SUV from Mazda, and is the production version of the MX-Crossport concept car. It was shown publicly for the first time at the 2006 LA Auto Show in January. Production officially began on February 20, 2006 in Mazda's Ujina #2 factory in Hiroshima, and went on sale in April 2006 as a model for 2007. The CX-7 was Mazda's first mid size SUV, since the Navajo was discontinued in 1994.

The CX-7 was positioned below the larger Mazda CX-9; the vehicles did not share platforms. Instead, it used the Ford C1 platform that underpinned the Ford Focus and Mazda3.[2] The CX-7 was discontinued in August 2012 in favor of the new Mazda CX-5.[3][4][5]

Specifications

Interior (facelift)
Interior (facelift)

Engine and transmission

Power comes from the same 2.3 L inline-4 MZR L3-VDT DISI engine used in the Mazdaspeed3 and Mazdaspeed6 coupled with a six-speed Aisin F21 automatic transmission, and tuned to produce 244 hp or 182 kW (Australian model 175 kW) at 5000 rpm and 258 lb·ft (350 N·m) of torque at a low 2500 rpm, 99% of the maximum torque is available to 5000 rpm.

The MZR 2.3L DISI turbo engine was retuned in the North American specification CX-7 to deliver torque at a lower rpm for less turbo lag off the line, at the cost of power. This was achieved thanks to a redesigned, smaller K04 turbocharger. United Kingdom specification CX-7s featured the same, larger K04 turbocharger and transmission found in the Mazdaspeed line.

Suspension

The CX-7 shares the front suspension of the Mazda MPV minivan, and the rear suspension from the Mazda5.

Interior

The pre-facelift CX-7's steering wheel is shared with the third generation Mazda MX-5 and the Biante.

Model range, prices and features

The CX-7 features fully independent suspension, four wheel ventilated disc brakes with standard anti-lock brakes, electronic stability control, and traction control, and a choice of either front-wheel drive, or Mazda's Active Torque Split all-wheel drive system. With the Active Torque Split system, two computer controlled magnetic clutches feed up to 50% of the engine's torque to the rear wheels.

The Australian combined cycle official fuel economy is 11.5 L/100 km (25 mpg‑imp; 20.5 mpg‑US), similar to the Holden Captiva.[6] But real world fuel economy is nearer to 18.0 L/100 km (15.7 mpg‑imp; 13.1 mpg‑US), as much or more than the Ford Territory.[6][7]

As of the model of 2010, there are four trim levels (model), iSV, iSport, sTouring, and sGrand Touring in ascending equipment levels. Touring and Grand Touring models are available with all wheel drive and are offered with the 2.3L turbocharged engines. SV and Sport trims come with a 2.5 L MZR L5-VE naturally aspirated DOHC inline four engine.

Canadian models included GS Front Wheel Drive, GS All Wheel Drive, GT Front Wheel Drive, GT All Wheel Drive. Australian models (AWD only) included "CX-7 Classic" Base trim and "CX-7 Luxury" upper trim. Models for the United Kingdom (AWD only) were not offered at the same time and included 2.3T and 2.2D 'Sport Tech'.

Update

The front and rear exterior fascias were revised with the front adopting the larger five point grille design similar in appearance to the contemporary RX-8, MX-5 and Mazda3/Axela.

The interior gauges were revised, with blackout meters that featured three dimensional dials, a 3.5 inch super twisted nematic (STN) monochrome and 4.1 inch thin film transistor (TFT) color Multi Information Display (MID), (positioned at the top of the instrument panel), Bluetooth compatibility, and a Blind Spot Monitoring System.

The car was unveiled at the February 2009 Canadian International AutoShow.[8][9] The diesel version included a manual transmission, and was sold in Europe from 2009 to 2012.[10]

Pre-facelift Styling

Post-facelift Styling

Offroad capabilities

While officially classed as a 'Mid size crossover SUV', the Mazda CX-7 is considered as a 'Soft Roader' by[11] automotive sources. The CX-7 featured an active torque split four wheel drive system, which sends up to 50% of the torque to the rear wheels on a slippery surface, to ensure a consistency of grip.

Technical specifications

Model Years Type Power, torque@rpm
United States models
2.3 MZR DISI Turbo 2007–09 2,260 cc (2.26 L; 138 cu in) I4 turbo 256 bhp (191 kW)@5000, 280 lb⋅ft (380 N⋅m)@2750
i 2.5L MZR 2009–12 2,488 cc (2.488 L; 151.8 cu in) I4 161 bhp (120 kW)@6000, 161 lb⋅ft (218 N⋅m)@3500
s 2.3 MZR DISI Turbo 2009–12 2,260 cc (2.26 L; 138 cu in) I4 turbo 244 bhp (182 kW)@5000,[12] 258 lb⋅ft (350 N⋅m)@2500
United Kingdom models
2.3 MZR DISI Turbo 2007–09 2,260 cc (2.26 L; 138 cu in) I4 turbo 256 bhp (191 kW)@5000, 280 lb⋅ft (380 N⋅m)@2750
2.2 MZR-CD Turbo Diesel 2009–12 2,183 cc (2.183 L; 133.2 cu in) I4 turbo-diesel 170 bhp (130 kW)@3500, 295 lb⋅ft (400 N⋅m)@2000
Australian models
Classic 2009–12 2,488 cc (2.488 L; 151.8 cu in) I4 161 bhp (120 kW)@6000, 161 lb⋅ft (218 N⋅m)@3500
Classic Sports 2009–12 2,260 cc (2.26 L; 138 cu in) I4 turbo 235 bhp (175 kW)@5000, 258 lb⋅ft (350 N⋅m)@2500
Luxury Sports 2009–12 2,260 cc (2.26 L; 138 cu in) I4 turbo 235 bhp (175 kW)@5000, 258 lb⋅ft (350 N⋅m)@2500
Diesel Sports 2009–12 2,183 cc (2.183 L; 133.2 cu in) I4 turbo-diesel 170 bhp (130 kW)@3500, 295 lb⋅ft (400 N⋅m)@2000
Japanese models
2.3 MZR DISI Turbo 2009–12 2,260 cc (2.26 L; 138 cu in) I4 turbo 244 bhp (182 kW)@5000, 258 lb⋅ft (350 N⋅m)@2500

Engine choices include 2.5 litre MZR four cylinder engine, that produces 161 hp (120 kW) and 161 lb⋅ft (218 N⋅m) of torque and the same MZR 2.3L DISI Turbo engine from before. Transmission is a five speed automatic for the 2.5, and a six speed automatic for the 2.3 DISI Turbo engine.

Safety

Euro NCAP

Euro NCAP test results for a model of 2010:

Euro NCAP test results
Mazda CX-7 (2010)[13]
Test Points %
Overall: 4 /5 stars
Adult occupant: 27.5 76%
Child occupant: 38.7 79%
Pedestrian: 15.6 43%
Safety assist: 5 71%
NHTSA

NHTSA safety ratings for a model of 2007:[14]

Test Rating
Front driver side 5/5 stars
Front passenger side 5/5 stars
Side barrier (driver) 5/5 stars
side barrier (rear passenger) 5/5 stars
Rollover (4x2) 4/5 stars
Rollover (4x4) 4/5 stars
IIHS

IIHS safety ratings for a model of 2012:[15]

Test Rating
Moderate overlap front Good
Side Good
Roof strength Marginal
Head restraint & seats Marginal

Accolades

Replacement

Initially, it was expected the CX-7 nameplate would be reused on an all new seven seater based on a stretched Mazda CX-5, due to the growing popularity of three row crossovers.[19] However, in mid 2017, Mazda instead announced the Mazda CX-8 three row crossover, which is essentially a long wheelbase version of the second generation CX-5, and was released in Japan on September 14, 2017.

References

  1. ^ Padeanu, Adrian (2012-08-22). "Mazda CX-7 discontinued". Motor1.com. Retrieved 2018-10-07.
  2. ^ "2008 Mazda CX-9". Autoblog. Retrieved 2018-10-03.
  3. ^ Colwell, K. C. (2012-09-01). "2013 Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring AWD". Car and Driver. Retrieved 2014-06-22.
  4. ^ Sherman, Don (2011-08-01). "2013 Mazda CX-5". Car and Driver. Retrieved 2014-06-22.
  5. ^ "Mazda replacing CX-7 with smaller CX-5". USA Today. 2012-03-12. Retrieved 2014-06-22.
  6. ^ a b "Mazda CX-7 - www.drive.com.au". Drive.com.au. 2007-01-23. Retrieved 2009-05-04.
  7. ^ Joshua Dowling. "Fast four Falcon tipped". Carpoint.
  8. ^ Paukert, Chris (2009-02-14). "2010 Mazda CX-7 debuts with refreshed look and new four-cylinder in... Toronto?". Autoblog.com. Retrieved 2010-12-06.
  9. ^ "Refreshed 2010 Mazda CX-7 receives new engine". Blackriverpost.com. Archived from the original on 2011-10-07. Retrieved 2010-12-06.
  10. ^ Korzeniewski, Jeremy (2009-03-17). "Mazda launches 2009 CX-7 in Europe with urea selective catalytic reduction system". Autobloggreen.com. Retrieved 2010-12-06.
  11. ^ some "Mazda CX-7 Estate 2007 - Present". www.yourdriving.co.uk. Archived from the original on 2010-01-11. Retrieved 2010-12-06.
  12. ^ National Automotive Dealership Association (2016-03-30). "2009 Mazda CX-7 s Engine Specs". nadaguides.com. Retrieved 2016-03-30.
  13. ^ "Mazda CX-7". Euro NCAP. Retrieved 2018-08-13.
  14. ^ "2007 Mazda CX-7". NHTSA. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
  15. ^ "2012 Mazda CX-7". IIHS. Retrieved 13 August 2018.
  16. ^ Nunez, Alex (2007-01-07). "Detroit Auto Show: Lexus, Chevy score International Car of the Year Awards". Autoblog. Retrieved 2018-10-03.
  17. ^ "CX-7が強豪ライバルを抑えて堂々1位に!!". Automotive Researchers' and Journalists' Conference of Japan. Retrieved 2018-10-03.
  18. ^ "Awards". Mazda. Retrieved 2018-10-07.
  19. ^ Marton Pettendy (2015-04-24). "New Mazda3 MPS and CX-9 this year". motoring.com.au. Retrieved 2015-10-03.

External links

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