Used Mazda CX-7 Cars in Scotland

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Mazda CX-7 2.3 16V 5d 256 BHP Estate 2008, 96000 m +14
Mazda CX-7 £3,180
2.3 16V 5d 256 BHP
Finance from £59 per month

2008

Manual

27.7 mpg

Tax: £615

Mileage: 96,000

Petrol

Mazda CX-7 2.2 D SPORT TECH 5d 173 BHP Estate 2011
Mazda CX-7 £5,495
2.2 D SPORT TECH 5d 173 BHP

2011

Manual

37.7 mpg

Tax: £330

Mileage: 70,806

Diesel

Mazda CX-7 2.3 DISI MZR 5dr SUV 2008, 77000 miles,
Mazda CX-7 £3,499
2.3 DISI MZR 5dr

2008

Manual

27.7 mpg

Tax: £585

Mileage: 77,000

Petrol

Mazda CX-7 D SPORT TECH Estate 2011, 85000 miles,
Mazda CX-7 £4,495
D SPORT TECH

2011

Manual

37.7 mpg

Tax: £315

Mileage: 85,000

Diesel

Mazda CX-7 2.3 16V 5d 256 BHP Estate 2007, 113000
Mazda CX-7 £2,195
2.3 16V 5d 256 BHP

2007

Manual

27.7 mpg

Tax: £615

Mileage: 113,000

Petrol

Mazda CX-7 16V Estate 2007, 117093 miles, £2795
Mazda CX-7 £2,795
16V

2007

Manual

27.7 mpg

Tax: £615

Mileage: 117,093

Petrol

Mazda CX-7 SPORT TECH D 5-Door Estate 2009, 126000
Mazda CX-7 £3,290
SPORT TECH D 5-Door

2009

Manual

37.7 mpg

Tax: £315

Mileage: 126,000

Diesel

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Mazda CX-7 2.2 D SPORT TECH Estate 2009, 127000 mi
Mazda CX-7 £2,495
2.2 D SPORT TECH

2009

Manual

37.7 mpg

Tax: £330

Mileage: 127,000

Diesel

Mazda CX-7 D SPORT TECH Estate 2010, 92000 miles,
Mazda CX-7 £3,990
D SPORT TECH

2010

Manual

37.7 mpg

Tax: £315

Mileage: 92,000

Diesel

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Why buy a used Mazda CX-7 with Exchange and Mart?

The Mazda CX-7 is a perfect case study of the perils of introducing a car to one market that's clearly been designed for another. When it was first sold in this country, it was only offered with a thirsty 2.3-litre petrol engine and sales suffered as a result. What might have worked really well in California didn't look quite so appealing in a filling station in Croydon. Mazda belatedly introduced a diesel engine for the car and its fortunes picked up a little but by that time the CX-7 was approaching the end of its life. All of which is a bit of a shame, as the CX-7 is a genuinely likeable vehicle and represents a bit of a used bargain, in diesel guise at least.

About the Mazda CX-7

It's not often that we'll make a clear 'don't buy' recommendation with a used car, as most cars have a target audience that they work for, but the petrol-engined Mazda CX-5 is a car plagued by reliability issues. If you really want a sleek but thirsty Japanese SUV, try Nissan's Murano instead. The much-improved CX-7 2.2-litre turbodiesel warrants a thumbs up on the other hand. With reasonable economy, a much better reliability record and an engine that suits an SUV a whole lot better, it's a car that is starting to move into 'used bargain' territory.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 15.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 15.9%, you would pay £166.52 per month. Total charge for credit would be £1,992.93 and total amount repayable is £7,992.96.

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