Crossover are undoubtedly at an all-time high in demand and as a result, Mazda may jump back on the bandwagon with a possible successor to the mid-size CX-7.
Mazda’s midsized crossover ceased production in 2012, leaving only the compact CX-5 and the CX-9 as the two only crossover offerings from the small Japanese automaker. That said, Mazda may not exactly get the success it needs to continue expanding if it goes without serving up a model in one of the most crucial segments in the mainstream market. So a CX-7 may make a triumphant return, according to Australia’s CarAdvice.
Word comes from Mazda’s Australian managing director, Martin Benders, who suggested a new CX-7 could launch after the all-new CX-9 in 2016.
Though, not much else is know. What do you think fans, could Mazda use a successor to the CX-7? We think so.