While the Australian CX-60 specification is yet to be finalised, the European-market model displays an expansive list of inclusions

Details of the all-new Mazda CX-60 premium midsize SUV’s European line-up and list of inclusions were finally revealed early this morning.

With Australia serving as one of Mazda’s most lucrative markets, it’s likely we will see a similarly expansive line-up when the CX-60 arrives here later in 2022 to join the brand’s CX-5, CX-8 and CX-9 SUVs.

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The Mazda CX-60 will likely come to Australia with a broad line-up

So far the only powertrain confirmed for the Australian market is a 241kW plug-in hybrid, though a circa-230kW 3.0-litre straight-six petrol and a circa-200kW turbocharged 3.3-litre straight-six diesel are expected to follow suit.

The European CX-60 range will consist of a four-grade line-up beginning with the Prime-line, followed by the mid-range Exclusive-line, the Takumi, and top-spec Homura grades.

Details are yet to be confirmed for the Australian market but the list of inclusions are expected to be broadly the same across European and Australian markets.

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LED headlights are standard across the range in Europe

Kicking off the range, the CX-60 Prime-line features a typical array of entry-level inclusions such as fabric seats and plastic across many of its interior surfaces.

However, the rest of the equipment package is far more generous with six-way electric adjustment for the front seats, and an eight-speaker sound system paired with a 12.3-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Other standard features on the CX-60 Prime-line include LED headlights and tail-lights, a black honeycomb grille design and 18-inch grey metallic alloy wheels.

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A 12.3-inch touchscreen features on the CX-60 Prime-line and upwards

Building on this list of equipment is the CX-60 Exclusive-line that adds a piano black grille design paired with larger 20-inch silver metallic alloy wheels, though the European press kitt notes that 18-inch alloy wheels can be optioned in right-hand-drive markets such as Australia.

Inside the cabin, buyers score features like heated front seats and a heated steering wheel, along with eight-way power adjustment for the driver.

European buyers can also opt for the Exclusive-line with Comfort which introduces black leather upholstery, vinyl material on the dashboard and roof pillars along with fan-cooled ventilation across both front seats and seat heating for the rear seat.

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Mazda offers the CX-60 in 18- and 20-inch wheel sizes in Europe

Tying all the features together is Mazda’s new Driver Personalisation System that adjusts features like the seats, head-up display and door mirrors to suit the preference of the driver, and can do so based upon 250 pre-determined settings while using the driver’s seating position and eyeline to choose an optimum driving position

The CX-60 Takumigrade makes a number of exterior and interior design changes to the premium midsize SUV, including a new front bumper design and 20-inch black metallic alloy wheels.

White Nappa leather decorates the seats and other areas of the cabin, alongside natural wood inlays that are complemented by white ambient lighting.

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Natural wood is used on upper trims

Sitting at the top of the range is the CX-60 Homura grade that features a unique bumper design, as well as a black finish on the 20-inch alloy wheels and door mirrors.

The cabin of the Homura grade features black leather upholstery with contrasting red door trim and a smattering of white ambient lighting throughout the cabin.

Mazda will release a full list of inclusions for the Australian market closer to the CX-60’s launch later in 2022.

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