We have a lot to tell you about what's coming from Mazda in the next few years at North End Mazda. We can't decide whether we're more excited about the new all-electric SUV or the powerful, redesigned Mazda6, but we promise to get the latest vehicles from Mazda in stock as soon as we can.

The New Mazda MX-30

As Mazda's first foray into the electric vehicle market, the Mazda MX-30 doesn't just bring Nashua, NH drivers Mazda's incredible handling and safety in an electric package. This all-electric SUV has some exciting design features that will turn heads as you drive by.

The most obvious element is visible as soon as you open the doors, or rather, opening the doors is what's different. The front and back doors on the Mazda MX-30 both open away from the center. There's no center pillar on this SUV, instead, the front doors close over the back doors, allowing you to open both wide and breathe in the fresh air.

The Mazda MX-30 also uses responsibly sourced materials throughout the cabin. The door trim is made from fibers of recycled water bottles, and the cork it uses in the center console trim is harvested from trees without felling. Mazda wants to take responsibility for the environment in more ways than just making an electric SUV. The Mazda MX-30 should also be as environmentally friendly in its production as it can.

Mazda also plans to bring a plug-in hybrid powertrain to the Mazda MX-30 shortly after it releases in California this fall.

The Redesigned Mazda6

This beloved sedan could be due for a major redesign in the coming years. We don't know much, but we do know that the Vision Coupe concept car that was shown off at the 2017 Tokyo Auto Show is meant to inspire the design of the new Mazda6. We can't wait to see how it looks with the new sleek look that made the Vision concept so eye-catching.

It will also use a rear-wheel drive powertrain with an inline-six engine that's been reported to generate up to 350 horsepower. This puts the Mazda6 much closer to the Mazda MX-5 Miata than it is today. You can expect it to be a bit more expensive as a sports sedan, but combining that sort of power with the incredible handling that Mazda cars have sounds well worth it to us.

The New Mazda CX-50 and Redesigned Mazda CX-5

Similar to the Mazda6 redesign, the Mazda CX-5 is expected to share the new platform, giving it rear-wheel drive and a longitudinal engine layout. This change may allow the Mazda CX-5 to gain some cargo and passenger volume, as well as reduce weight and improve performance.

We don't know yet if the Mazda CX-50 is a new SUV like the Mazda CX-30 or if it will replace the Mazda CX-5 in the lineup, but we know that something with that name is coming. We wouldn't be surprised if the Mazda CX-50 will act as a premium offering that sits between the Mazda CX-5 and Mazda CX-9 in the lineup.

More Electric Models Are on the Way

The Mazda MX-30 may be bringing the world of electric cars to Mazda customers in Lunenburg, MA first, but Mazda has confirmed that it won't stop there. It already has plans for a new plug-in hybrid for its new large platform and a traditional hybrid crossover.

Keep Up to Date on All of the Latest Mazda News at North End Mazda

Mazda has a lot of exciting models in the works right now, and we'd hate for you to miss out. Keep an eye on this space for more news about what Mazda has in store for you, and watch our inventory so you can pick up a new Mazda car as soon as it comes in.

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