Compare 2025 MAZDA CX-70 vs 2025 MAZDA CX-70 PHEV

2025 MAZDA CX-70 vs 2025 MAZDA CX-70 PHEV
2025 MAZDA CX-70 2025 MAZDA CX-70 PHEV


3.3L Turbocharged I-6 2.5L PHEV I-4


280 hp 1 323 hp 2

  MPG (City/Highway)

24/28 3 56 MPGe Combined 4

  Max Towing Capacity

5,000 lbs 5 3,500 lbs 5

  All-Electric Driving Range

Not available 26 miles 6

2025 MAZDA CX-70 vs 2025 MAZDA CX-70 PHEV

Serving Brighton, MI

The 2025 Mazda CX-70 is set to make waves in the automotive world, offering a fresh take on the beloved three-row Mazda CX-90. This new addition to Mazda’s lineup boasts two rows with identical dimensions, setting it apart with its unique design. Plus, for those seeking eco-friendly options, there’s the 2025 Mazda CX-70 PHEV, providing a greener alternative. We’re excited to delve into a detailed comparison of these two models at Serra Mazda Brighton.


Under the hood, the 2025 Mazda CX-70 offers two impressive powertrain options. Drivers can opt for the turbocharged 3.3-liter inline-six engine, delivering a robust 280 horsepower, or choose the upgraded variant pumping out an impressive 340 horsepower. Both engines come paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission, offering smooth shifts and enhanced control with steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters. On the other hand, the 2025 Mazda CX-70 PHEV features a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine combined with an electric motor, producing a combined output of 323 horsepower. Notably, the Mazda CX-70 PHEV variant boasts an impressive all-electric driving range of 26 miles, catering to those with a green conscience.


Externally, the Mazda CX-70 and Mazda CX-70 PHEV share striking similarities. The main point of distinction lies in the Mazda CX-70 PHEV’s easily identifiable charging port. Both models feature spacious proportions and elegantly curved surfaces, exuding a commanding presence on the road. Standout exterior features include a fender-centric air intake and a well-defined rear fender. The grille is a visual treat, boasting a chrome surround and an intricate staggered mesh pattern. Horizontal LED lights flow seamlessly from the grille to the sharply angled headlights. A sleek, downturned bumper flanked by tall, mesh-covered air vents adds to their distinct style.


Inside, the Mazda CX-70 and Mazda CX-70 PHEV offer a range of features across different trim levels. Common features in equivalent trims include Amazon Alexa integration, luxurious leather upholstery, a convenient power liftgate, and a premium Bose sound system with 12 speakers for an immersive audio experience. Tech enthusiasts will appreciate the inclusion of a head-up display and a generous 12.3-inch infotainment system screen compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Safety is paramount, and both models are equipped with advanced safety features.

Excited to explore these exceptional models further? Visit our showroom or reach out to us online for additional information. Our dedicated team is here to guide you through your options and help you find the perfect fit for your needs.

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1. Regular unleaded fuel recommended.

2. Premium unleaded fuel recommended.

3. EPA-estimated mileage. Actual results will vary.

4. MPGe is the EPA-equivalent of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric vehicles. The EPA-estimated combined MPGe includes both city and highway driving and gasoline and electric energy use. Mileage will vary based on vehicle and battery condition, temperature, driving habits and other factors. Use for comparison purposes only. Actual results will vary.

5. Towing capacities shown are maximums and must be reduced by the weight of any passenger, cargo hitch or optional equipment in the towing vehicle. Available Towing mode on select trims requires use of a Genuine Mazda hitch. Please refer to vehicle Owner’s Manual for details regarding towing capacities and other valuable information. Towing a trailer will have an effect on the vehicle’s handling, braking, durability, performance and driving economy. Hitches are available through manufacturers other than Mazda. For specific information on recommended or required equipment, see your Mazda Dealer.

6. EPA-estimated range includes both city and highway driving. EV Range is based on a full charge with electric-only driving. Range will vary based on vehicle and battery condition, temperature, driving habits and other factors. Use for comparison purposes only. Actual results will vary.