The 2023 Mazda CX-50’s Pricing and Positioning Has Us Confused

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crossover SUV was just refreshed for 2022, and it’s about to get an attractive new sibling whose size, appearance and now pricing strike us as a bit too close for tổng bong88 comfort. This is the , and although it’s a smidge larger, its look, features and powertrains all feel very similar to today’s CX-5.

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Mazda is banking on the CX-50’s slightly tougher looks and a raft of accessories to appeal to a different buyer than today’s CX-50.

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MSRPs for this have just been announced and the ask start at a reasonable $28,025 including a $1,225 destination fee (Alaskans pay $1,270). That makes this new, slightly tougher-looking CX-50 only a smidge costlier than the more streamlined Hiroshima, Japan-built 2022 CX-5, which starts at $27,125 delivered.

For that starting MSRP, buyers can slip into a base 2023 CX-50 2.5 S, which comes standard with all-wheel drive, just like the CX-5. On the high end, the more-powerful CX-50 2.5 Turbo model starts at $37,625 delivered. The latter not only packs a burlier forced-induction Skyactiv-G engine delivering 256 horsepower and 320 pound-feet of torque (on premium gas), it also receives a Turbo-only towing package that enables the CX-50 to drag up to 3,500 pounds — 1,500 more than other models. Additional standard Turbo features include paddle shifters, LED exterior lighting (including adaptive front lamps) and larger exhaust pipes.

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