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Mazda CX-7 set to keep its value

All-New Mazda CX-7 makes its residual value mark

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The all-new Mazda CX-7 has zoomed to the top of the residual value charts as the high-performance sports crossover with sports utility practicality enters UK showrooms.

The turbocharged 2.3-litre petrol engined Mazda CX-7 generates 260ps and 380Nm of torque, has a top speed of 130mph and sprints to 62mph in just eight seconds. Available as a single highly-specified model with a list price of £23,610, it will retain a sector-leading 40% of its value after the benchmark three years/60,000 miles.

The Mazda CX-7 depreciates significantly less than a host of rivals from manufacturers as diverse as BMW, Nissan, Toyota and Land Rover, according to latest data from used car valuation experts at CAP Motor Research.