I am new to this forum, and I have my CX-60 Takumi since the 16th of January. I only drove 850 km because we went on vacation right after I got the car. I had to drive to Luxemburg airport (from NL via BE) in wintery snowy and slushy conditions with temperatures below freezing. The car performed well, with excellent airco, steer and seat heating. And because I had to leave this brand new car in a parking garage I made sure I could do so with a battery charged to 70%. This I accomplished via the (re)Charge button and worked excellent (I had set the limit of 70% at home).
We stayed in a hotel before the flight next moring at 07.00, and went twice between hotel and airport on EV mode (airco/heating on), which left the battery to about 50%.
When we came back from our holiday, car started normally and no problems whatsoever.
To this point I do not experience all the misery that has been depicted in the forum. Yes, the drive train is sometimes noisy, suspension is a little stiff, the navigation menu's and working of it are cumbersome, and I still need to find my way in the various menus.
(By the way: you can send a destination from the MAZDA APP to your car!)
But all in all, I like the car. I call it "The Beast", because that's what it is.
My average fuel consumption (from the start) is now around 6.8 l /100km, but that is also due to the fact that during daytime you may only drive at 100 km/h in NL. On the other hand, in BE I drove the normal permitted speeds (120 km).
I charge when possible at home, and because I have two homes (one in BE and an appartment in NL) I have used the home wall socket in BE and a charge cable coming from a true WallBox pulsar at the appartment.
The electric range is perfectly reasonable, given the circumstances I drive in. In BE it froze -11 degrees (C) and we have some hilly roads! Getting 2000kg against a steep hill will off course consume electricity or fuel.
I also believe that the numbers presented regarding fuel consumption are quite good; they take into account how you drive, and what your average is. They are updated while you drive.
For us the real proof of the pudding will be pulling a caravan during our vacation. And yes, I will probably take a jerrycan of petrol with me, because I believe that consumption of fuel will be quite high and the fuel tank is rather small .
The way MAZDA has created the tow bar is excellent; you just push a button, the tow bar flips down, and you just need to close it. When you don't need it anymore, push the button, the tow bar unlocks itself, and you can push it back under the car.
In NL the discussion about a CX-60 diesel does not exist. Diesel cars are "banned", both by taxes when buying as wel with road tax which is triple the amount of a petrol car.
So all in all: I am happy for now, despite all the somewhat negative comments in this forum.
The car is spacious, looks well, has excellent safety features, nice adaptive cruise control (okay, you need to get used to it), very good HUD, excellent blind spot warning, etc., etc.
So, would I still buy one? Sure, why not!