Additional InformationMazda’s response to this problem is a broadened CX-7 range for 2010 that starts with a naturally aspirated 2.5-liter four lifted from the Mazda 6 sedan’s engine room. Mated to a five-speed automatic and available with front-wheel drive only, it’s a reasonably smooth operator. But more important, it’s easier on the pocketbook—the base price for the entry-level CX-7 is now $22,300, down $2350 from the bottom of the all-turbo lineup in 2009, and that’s amplified by better fuel economy. The EPA estimates 20 mpg city/28 highway for the 2.5 on regular fuel, compared with 18/25 for the front-drive turbo and 17/23 for the top-of-the-line all-wheel-drive models—and the turbo models are even thriftier than last year’s.
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