Mazda CX-60 launched in Indonesia – 2 variants, MHEV only, 3.3-litre turbo inline-6

After making its entrance to the ASEAN market and being launched in the Philippines and Singapore, the Mazda CX-60 has made its launch in the Indonesian market. The 5-seater SUV is offered in two variants – Elite and Kuro, which feature the same starting price of IDR1.1888 billion (approx. RM359,033).

On the outside, the Elite variant features design details such as a chrome signature wing, alongside the side signature, window trim, and rear bumper garnish that are all finished in chrome as well. It also comes with a vertical bar-style front grille and 20-inch diamond-cut wheels.

The Kuro variant, which the name itself means black in Japanese, has its signature wing, side signature, window trim, and rear bumper garnish finished in black. As the sportier variant of the two, it also gets a honeycomb front grille and a set of 20-inch gloss black wheels. What’s standard across the range are the adaptive LED headlights, LED tail lights, and a powered tailgate with hands-free access.

Powering the Indonesian-spec Mazda CX-60 is the 48-volt M-Hybrid Boost mild hybrid system, which features a 3.3-litre turbocharged 6-cylinder e-Skyactiv-G engine that is paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission, together with a 0.33 kWh lithium-ion battery. This combo results in a total of 280 hp and 450 Nm sent to all four wheels via the brand’s i-Activ all-wheel drive system.

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Inside, the Mazda CX-60 Elite is fitted with white Nappa leather upholstery and maple wood trim. To match the CX-60 Kuro’s exterior, Mazda has equipped it with tan-coloured Nappa leather.

The Indonesian-spec CX-60 is also equipped with two 12.3-inch displays, which consist of the digital instrument cluster and infotainment screen, as well as a full-colour Active Driving Display. A dual-zone climate control system, 12-speaker Bose sound system, panoramic sunroof and a wireless phone charger are also included as standard.

In the safety department, both the Elite and Kuro variants of the Mazda CX-60 get the amount of safety kit. This includes seven airbags, front and rear Smart Brake Support (AEB), front and rear cross-traffic alert (FCTA & RCTA), lane departure warning (LDW), blind spot monitoring (BSM), driver monitoring system, driver attention alert, and a 360-degree camera system.

The Mazda CX-60 is the most expensive model in Mazda’s lineup in both the Indonesian and Singaporean markets. In Malaysia, the Mazda CX-9 is currently the brand’s flagship product, which prices start at RM281,499.70 (OTR, without insurance). And thus far, there is no information regarding the CX-60’s entrance into our market just yet.

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