The modelRead full Mazda CX-60 review
The entry-level diesel CX-60 in particular is a competitively priced large SUV that handles well and offers low running costs with a plush interior, which is slightly compromised by a firm low-speed ride and slightly disappointing noise levels. Avoid the disappointing plug-in model – there are numerous rivals with longer electric ranges and lower tax ratings.
The trimSee full equipment
This entry-level version comes with 18in alloy wheels, heated leather seats, climate control, cruise control, a gesture-controlled powered tailgate, a head-up display, 12.3 touchscreen infotainment system, LED lights and front and rear parking sensors.
The engineSee full engine specs
The CX-60 combines a 2.5-litre petrol engine with an electric motor to produce 323bhp. Power is sent to all four wheels and an eight speed automatic gearbox. This is good for a 0-62mph time of 5.8sec. It's far from the cheapest plug-in hybrid for company car tax, though, and it's too expensive to recommend for private buyers.
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