Mazda’s SUVs are built to impress, which often leaves Mazda enthusiasts wondering if the Mazda CX-4 will ever be available stateside. The crossover is currently only available in China, but are there any plans to introduce the CX-4 to the automaker’s American lineup? Read on to find out!
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American alternatives for Mazda CX-4
Currently, there are no plans to bring the Mazda CX-4 to America, as there are already a variety of models within Mazda’s lineup that fill the role of the CX-4. The crossover CX-4 can easily be replaced by the subcompact CX-3 or crossover CX-5. Both the Mazda CX-3 and CX-5 are available in the states, and the two crossovers account for nearly half of the automaker’s United States sales. Car shoppers looking for even more interior space than what’s offered by the CX-3 and CX-5 can turn to the CX-9, which has three rows of seating and can hold up to seven passengers.
Have questions about any of Mazda’s SUVs that are currently available in America? Feel free to contact our team here at Seacoast Mazda, and we’ll fill you in on everything you need to know! Car shoppers interested in seeing Mazda’s American substitutes for the CX-4 are encouraged to check out the CX-3, CX-5, or CX-9 online or in person by scheduling an obligation-free test drive online!