Why the new Mazda CX-8 is a steal

Mazda’s first seven-seat diesel SUV is cheaper than the petrol-only CX-9, but there’s a catch

So the all-new Mazda CX-8 has arrived as the Japanese brand’s ninth model line and fourth SUV.

Joining the small CX-3, large CX-9 and mid-size CX-5 – Australia’s top-selling SUV — it’s damn good value, with a starting price of $42,490.

That’s just $2500 more than the cheapest CX-5 diesel ($39,990) and $1400 less than the base CX-9 ($43,890) — despite the fact it’s powered by the same diesel engine that Mazda charges a $3000 premium for in the CX-5.

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