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Later today, Mazda will introduce its CX-7 crossover at the Los Angeles show (where Davey G. will be covering the action for Jalopnik with his digicam at the ready and the full H sker D back-catalog on his iPod). The CX-7 first appeared at last year's Detroit show as the MX-Crossport concept, and the resulting CX-7 production model is a doppelganger of the concept, at least outwardly. (Mazda didn't include that cool 3D navigation screen, though.) The CX-7 is built on the same platform as the Mazda6, and will get its power from the same 2.3-liter turbo as the Mazdaspeed6 sedan, though in a 244hp version. More to come.

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