2011 Mazda CX-7 Values

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2011 model year changes

The 2011 Mazda CX-7 offers 3 models in a total of 7 versions: The i SV base model and i Sport are available with front wheel drive only; the Touring edition can now be ordered in 5 versions: A new front-wheel drive i Touring, a front-wheel and all wheel-drive s Touring, and the luxurious s Grand Touring. Mazda's 161-horsepower MZR competition-developed, naturally aspirated 2.5L 4-cylinder gasoline engine is standard for the entire range, but a 244 horsepower 2.3L turbocharged engine is optional on the upper trim levels. On the outside, the Mazda CX-7 shows a more sporting character with a dramatic new front fascia, a more aerodynamic roof line design, sleek and sharp lines that go from bumper to bumper and more powerful and pronounced wheel wells that are accented by a newly designed grille and redesigned rear and trunk. Inside, the new-for-2011 i Touring offers a host of luxury appointments including leather trim, Multi Informational Display with rearview camera, Bose stereo and satellite radio.

Competitive comparison

Sporty looks; excellent sedan-like handling and braking; handsome, practical design; excellent federal crash test scores

Special features for 2011

Introduced in 2006, the Mazda CX-7 was Mazda's first foray into the crossover SUV market and was designed on an original platform. The Mazda CX-7 slots between the smaller Tribute and larger Mazda CX-9. Since its debut, the Mazda CX-7 has gained in popularity and competes directly with Honda's CR-V, Toyota's RAV4 and Nissan's Murano. With the new choice of two engines and multiple trims, the Mazda CX-7 keeps the Mazda tradition of performance and practicality alive and running. MSRP for the i SV starts at $21,900, with the luxury s Grand Touring beginning at only $31,640.
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