2023 Mazda CX-50 Coming Soon to Oklahoma City
Mazda CX-50 Coming Soon to Bob Moore Mazda
Bob Moore Mazda is awaiting the exciting arrival of the all-new Mazda CX-50 in light of its recent unveiling. Mazda adds to its selection of the compact crossover segment with a more rugged version of the well-known and current CX-5, which is part of the same segment. With recent high sales among competitors in the compact crossover class, Mazda sees an opportunity with adding new and exciting features into a currently popular model. While the CX-50 will initially begin as a traditional gas-powered vehicle, the automaker possibly looks head to hybrid models at some point after its initial release. Driving through the roads of Oklahoma look to be a bit easier with its many extra features including off-road elements, so city-goers from Downtown Oklahoma City through Norman, Edmond, Moore, and all the way to Tulsa can ride with newfound ease.
Adding to a Popular Model
It’s hardly a surprise that Mazda gives the CX-5 a more rugged version within the CX-50, as they have done this with other models such as the substantially smaller CX-30 derived from the CX-3. Also, in a similar fashion to the CX-3, the CX-5 may outright be replaced by the CX-50 although the two models will be sold side-by-side for the foreseeable future. Mazda wants the best of both worlds for all of its drivers, a modestly sized vehicle with good fuel economy, but maintaining the utmost luxury of interiors and providing an all-around energetic drive. The new CX-50 will hopefully prove to be as comfortable as the CX-5, but with the added bonus of being more capable than its predecessor.
Notably, new features of the Mazda CX-50 are in no way unnoticeable, as it starts with a CX-5 and only goes up from there. The overall styling of the vehicle screams to be taken off paved roads, with the addition of black plastic coverings along the wheels, base, and the redesigned front and back end. Much like the signature look of many other crossovers, the Mazda adds in a beefed-up front and rear bumper including a new series of headlights, air vents, and more. Cosmetically, the vehicle comes available in more earth-based colors such as its signature “Zircon Sand,” as well as beefy crossbars, hood graphics, and available tires meant for a variety of terrains.
Perfect for Those Rough Roads
While the vehicle operates with a similar 187 or 250 horsepower engine as the CX-5, a few modifications give it a bright future as an all-terrain vehicle. The Cx-50 takes on higher overall ground clearance, standard all-wheel drive, and even selectable drive modes depending on terrain, road condition, and location. Along with exciting off-road features that will surely make the CX-50 a delight, its expected that it will follow the trend of modern Mazda vehicles in that the interior will display an exciting level of sophistication. Likely available in premium upholstery materials, the CX-50 is slightly longer than the CX-5, adding in a touch more space for the rear row of seats.