Mazda Koeru Concept Review, Price

The Mazda has launched their plans of releasing Mazda Koeru
concept. This car is going to replace the original Mazda CX-7
existed in the market between 2006 and 2012. The Japanese
manufacturer showcased their new concept at Frankfurt Auto
Show. The Mazda CX-7 has discontinued three years ago. The main
reason behind the introduction of Koeru is that the company
lacked a platform for building a new model of CX7. However, the
new concept looks more like a preview of its predecessor and
carry forward the previous shape. Adopting Mazda’s Kodo design
language, the Mazda Koeru Concept looks elegant, offering a
perfect balance between conventional appearance and sporty
outlook. Consumers should expect brilliant upgrades including
better powertrain performance.

Mazda Koeru Concept - front

Mazda Koeru Concept – Exterior Body Styles and Interior

The Mazda Koeru’s exterior showcases an advancement in the Kodo
design. The model comes with new dimensions of about 181.3
inches long, 74.8 inches width, and a height of 59.1 inches. It
features a wheelbase of about 106.3 inches and it ditches the
previous 22 inch extremely flared wheels. Expect sloped roof
and hot-hatch designing. The body is designed using a
combination of strong and lightweight materials to enhance its
aerodynamic performance. The Mazda Koeru Concept features a
compact crossover platform though it is quite lower than a
normal crossover. Mazda’s trademark heptagonal front grille
appears at the car’s front end center top. This gives it a more
aggressive appearance and it appears sportier, with smooth
lines all over its body. The front end also features slimmer
LED headlights and muscular front fenders. The rear end also
appears sporty with LED indicators and double exhaust system.


Inside the new Mazda Koeru Concept, consumers should expect
comfortable and luxurious cabin featuring the latest
infotainment system. The car will be capable of accommodating
up to 7 adult passengers and the spacious interior cabin
features sufficient headroom and legroom. It will adopt quality
leather material upholstering on the seats to enhance comfort.
The manufacturer is going to install Mazda’s Head-Up Cockpit
car-connectivity system. Other standard equipment includes a
premium sound system with satellite radio, Bluetooth phone, and
radio integration and USB port interface. You will enjoy
quieter rides, thanks to Mazda’s NVH technology which is
responsible for noise reduction inside the car. The system
minimizes vibration. Safety will be provided by Mazda’s
i-ACTIVSENSE package which combines lane departure warning
system, intelligent cruise control, rear collision alert system
and others.

Mazda Koeru Concept - interior

Mazda Koeru Concept – Modification under the Hood

Powering Koeru is a naturally aspirated 2.5-liter 4-cylinder
engine capable of delivering up to about 185 horsepower at 184
lb-ft of torque. This is the standard powertrain that will
feature under the hood for this car concept. Engine performance
will be boosted using SkyActiv technology and carbon emission
is also expected to be minimized. Power will be sent to either
standard front wheel drive system or all-wheel drive (AWD) via
a standard 6-spee manual transmission or 6-speed automatic
transmission. There is still no clear information on the car’s
acceleration and top speed though it is expected to deliver
brilliant figures on the same.

Mazda Koeru Concept - rear

Mazda Koeru Concept – Price and Release Date

The Mazda has not yet provided the official enouncement on the
pricing and release date for their new Koeru. However,
consumers are anticipating that the Mazda Koeru Concept will
hit the roads at the end of this year or in the first quarter
of 2017. It will be priced starting from around $27,000.