Articles about Mazda CX 8

We list down the latest vehicles introduced in the past month
Looking for a people-mover? You've got more options available on the local market now-nine SUVs and one van were introduced in November. Let's take a closer look at these new family-friendly rides.After years of having the
You’ll be able to try out other vehicles in the brand’s PH lineup, too
Mazda Philippines recently expanded its local lineup further with the introduction of two new crossovers: the CX-30 and CX-8.Naturally, we're eager to take these out for a spin, and you're probably itching to give them a try,
Would you pick this over the segment’s usual suspects?
The Philippines is a tough market for smaller auto manufacturers, dominated as it is by diesel-powered pickup-passenger vehicles (PPVs) from a limited number of brands. Six of the 10 best-selling cars in the country last year had diesel engines
It's available with captain's chairs
It turns out the Mazda CX-8 will be available locally after all.Mazda Philippines has confirmed that the CX-8, which sits between the CX-5 and CX-9 size-wise, will indeed be making its way to our market. The
Capable in sleet, snow, or traffic
You know all about the Mazda CX-8. We hope you do anyway, given how giddy we've been regarding any little update about it since it launched. But in case you haven't heard, it was revealed last year as Mazda'
We ask Mazda at the Tokyo Motor Show
Earlier this year, Mazda announced that the CX-8-or a seven-seat version of its CX-5 crossover, rather-was in the works.While the press release stated that the said vehicle would be made available only in Japan, people were
Coming out later this year
The first rumblings about the Mazda CX-8 came a few months ago, when it was announced along with a photo of its three-row interior. Now, the Japanese carmaker has given us our first look at the exterior of its new
We're excited for this
It's official: A Mazda CX-8 is being developed. The Japanese carmaker announced plans to launch the "first new-generation model" crossover in Japan by the end of the year, and it will feature three rows and six to seven seats.
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