Crossover Mazda CX-5 in some countries is offered with a diesel engine, but due to low sales, the manufacturer decided to exclude the version on “heavy” fuel from its model range in the near future, according to the publication Cars Direct.
Mazda CX-5 diesel will lose units in some countries, including the United States. On segodnishny day the car is equipped with a 2.2-liter diesel engine Skyactiv-D. the Reason for this was very low demand for the version on “heavy” fuel.
In turn, the “bad” sales are related to the high cost of such crossovers, which are much more expensive modifications on gasoline. In addition, fuel consumption Skyactiv-D is about 8 liters per 100 kilometers bullets, which is comparable to the 2.5-liter “atmosfernika” Mazda.
According to the source, Mazda plans to stop production of crossovers 2020 model year with engine Skyactiv-D later this month.
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