Imo, as a PHEV yes it has lots of issues, as an ICE, no. My PHEV goes today and my Diesel arrives tomorrow!
They have lots to improve.
What I have noticed is a lot of the first customers of the CX60 are previous Mazda owners, so they are used to very firm suspension, so they are happy with the CX60. But the Diesel variant rides so much better than the PHEV, I was surprised just by how much.
Mazda really needed to incorporate a better more advanced suspension design for the PHEV.
However in saying that, in the UK, nothing that touch the vehicle for the price (when the discounts are applied) for the specification and size of vehicle. So it has its place, and some people are happy to offset the short-comings for what they do get. If you look at an Audi Q5, you have to add on nearly all the option packs to meet the CX60 Homura spec, and then the price difference is rather considerable.
As Gaz said above, Mazdas press office really does need sacking, as giving cars that arent currently up to spec to journalists to review is ridiculous, similar to not even telling them simple things like 1 , there is a softer suspension option free of charge and 2, Apple carPlay can work on touchscreen by activating it in the menu etc.