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Mazda To Show Off New Koeru Concept Crossover in Frankfurt

Friday, September 2nd, 2016

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A long time ago, way back in 2010, Mazda introduced a concept car at the LA Auto Show. And since then, nada.  No concept cars have made a debut at any auto show. Come September, that is expected to change, when the industry believes that Mazda’s new five-door crossover design will make an entrance at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Designed by none other than lead designer Luca Zollino with Mazda’s European R&D Center, the Koeru is expected to shake things up in this popular and competitive vehicle segment. The buzz is that the Koeru will stand out from the competition and show off in performance, value efficiency and style.

In Japanese, Koeru means “go beyond, or exceed.” That’s exactly what Mazda intends to do with the Koeru.  Think sleek, like the Mazda CX-3. But when it comes to size, it won’t be as tall as the current CX-5.  We know it will have a 2.2-litre turbocharged diesel SkyActiv engine, which will deliver plenty of torque and lots of fun, as well.

We can’t wait to see this new concept car.  But we’re more excited about the possibility that we’ll be seeing it in showrooms sooner than later.  We’ve got our fingers crossed.

In the meantime, when you’re ready to put Mazda’s commitment to exceptional performance, technology and design to the test, come in for a test drive.  At CardinaleWay Mazda in Corona, we’ve got the perfect Mazda waiting for you.

 

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The CX-7 to Return as the Koeru?- Part III

Friday, July 29th, 2016

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Most of the latest releases from Mazda feature the SkyActiv engine technology. Assuming that the same is featured in the Koeru, there are high chances that the engine is a standard 2.5L quadra cylinder. SkyActive technology was developed with an aim to increase fuel efficiency to an extent that end result is similar to that of a hybrid. The technology increases the compression ratio to 13:1 for gas engines and for diesel 14:1.

On the flip side, there is also a high chance that the CX-7 redefined, will have a stronger and more powerful turbocharged four like the Mazda3 MPS.

Looking beyond the performance of the car, the engine is speculated to be quieter thanks to the revolutionary NVH technology that checks the engine noise by redirecting the path of vibration. There are also high claims that promise the latest technology will be implemented in the car, superior to any competitors’. The factual information may be available only when the car is released for sale.

The available information is insufficient to draw a conclusion; however, going by what little is at hand, the decision to add a sporty twist to the Mazda cars is sure to attract young buyers. The concept of Koero is also a signal of Mazda’s preparedness to gain a strong foothold in the global automobile market.

The advertising of the brand is also moving towards conscious driving with a slogan of ‘Driving Matters’. For more information on the Koeru design visit CardinaleWay Mazda Corona.

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The CX-7 to Return as the Koeru?- Part II

Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

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First look of the images captured of the Koeru from the Frankfurt Motor Show suggests that the front styling of the car has gotten bold with a strong armor shaped grille, massive fenders nestling sleek headlamps. Looking beyond the conceptual design, the Koeru resembles the 2016 Mazda CX-5 and the CX-3. The only difference is that this car looks a lot sportier than the other two, which look more sophisticated.

Coming to the rear, the trademark broad tail lights are replaced with modern, sharp cut smaller units pumped up with a larger outlet for the exhaust that peeks under the unchanged rear bumper. From the back, the SUV looks like a coupe thanks to the angular roof and the prominent pillars. Noticeably, the wheels are bigger with a unique design.

The car measures 181.1 inches in length, making the Koeru longer than the CX-5 by 2.4 inches but shorter than the previous CX-7. If early reports are anything to go by, the Koeru is to be a redefined CX-9 but a first look suggests that the car is more fitting in the range of midsized SUV. If the Koeru were to be meant a large car there should have be an addition of 18 inches to the overall length.

Not much information is available on the interiors of the car. There are however, great chances of the interiors receiving a face lift to expose a futuristic design.

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The CX-7 to return as the Koeru? – Part I

Monday, July 25th, 2016

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To anyone who has been following the Mazda stable it is evident that most of the cars have been upgraded periodically. One car that stood apart without any tinkering was the CX-9 SUV. CX-9 the product of a successful partnership between Ford and Mazda remained untouched since 2006. Most of the re-released Mazda cars are designed around the KODO model with a new SkyActiv engine.

However, post 2012 the CX-7, another SUV from Mazda was discontinued stating poor sales as the primary reason. There are rumors of a redefined CX-7 releasing in the near future but not before the refreshed CX-9’s debut. The source of these speculations is the unveiling of a new concept during the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.

Renamed as Koeru, Japanese for ‘go beyond’ or ‘exceed’ the description of the concept suggests that this is the newest venture into the foray of SUVs, especially the cross over market to raise the bar of the existing standards. The latest car is designed to offer the consumer best overall value with enhanced efficiency.

There is no pictorial proof of design for the CX-7 makeover but from what is available, the resemblance is uncanny to a midsized SUV-a lot like the discontinued car.

The Japanese Automaker, officially known as Mazda Motor Corporation is based in Hiroshima and is well known in the racing circuit as a consistent performer. To check out the latest Mazda cars visit CardinaleWay Mazda Corona.

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Mazda’s Koeru Concept Boldly Takes on Outback

Wednesday, December 16th, 2015

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The Koeru, Mazda’s latest concept car, debuted in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show. CEO Masamichi Kogai notes that the concept is “unrelated to anything in (Mazda’s) current portfolio.” Recognizing that the SUV/crossover segment is growing a rapid clip, Mazda’s leader said of the Kogai, “It’s a lower, sporty SUV…close to a wagon. (The Keoru) aims to generate more driving pleasure.” With its low-profile and five-door layout, the sporty crossover/wagon will be an alternative to the CX-5 and CS-3. Kogai references the Koeru’s similarity to the Subaru Outback, confirming it will be in “that kind of genre.” Noting the popularity of the Outback in a recent article, Autoblog.com mentions the Outback as “one of those automotive bogeys that competitors seek to imitate but never quite capture.” Yet Mazda is well-positioned to unseat the Subaru Outback in more than just exterior styling. Shape sells, even if performance or actual utility remains unchanged. That said, with its motto, “Driving Matters”, Mazda is unlikely to debut such a departure from its current lineup, based on sheer looks alone. The Koeru, anticipated to hit the market with the revived CX-7 name, will join a family of award-winning CUVs and SUVs that are known for enhancing the driving experience in both form and function. Stay updated by contacting CardinaleWay Mazda in Corona today.

 

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Mazda Koeru Concept Spied on the Road

Wednesday, October 14th, 2015

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The 2017 Mazda CX-9 was first spied in July and it was recently spied again earlier this month. Sources report that notable differences can already be seen between the two models, including the rear quarter windows, front grille design, and overall length. We have reason to believe that the new KOERU concept vehicle could be the next Mazda CX-5 crossover. The camouflaged test mule features an infotainment display and conventional headlights. Critics have also noticed that the vehicle’s gauges mirror the styling of those adorning the Mazda3 compact hatchback.

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