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Model unavailable since Jul 2017
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(launched 2012, facelifted May-2015)

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2.0 (A)

Facelifted on May-2015

$141,300 (Apr 2017) spacer spacer
15.6km/L 162bhp 6-speed (A) with manual control and sports mode
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2.0 Premium (A)

Facelifted on May-2015

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15.6km/L 162bhp 6-speed (A) with manual control and sports mode
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2.5 Luxury (A)

Facelifted on May-2015

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14.5km/L 189bhp 6-speed (A) with manual control and sports mode
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2.0 (A)
$152,888 (May 2015) spacer
15.6km/L 162bhp 6-speed (A)
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2.0 Premium (A)
$160,888 (May 2015) spacer
15.6km/L 162bhp 6-speed (A)
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2.5 Luxury (A)
$166,888 (May 2015) spacer
14.5km/L 189bhp 6-speed (A)
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2.0 Luxury (A)
$172,988 (May 2013) spacer
14.5km/L 153bhp 6-speed (A)
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Mazda CX-5
3.5 stars - based on 7 reviews
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Car Review - Mazda CX5 2.0 Luxury (A)
Mazda's CX-5 features the much-acclaimed SkyActiv technology. How well will it propel the CUV offering to greater heights?
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Comparison - CX-5 2.0 (A) vs Qashqai 2.0 Premium (A) vs Tiguan 1.4 TSI (A)
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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A great compact SUV
I test drove the Jaguar F Pace before this car and I kid you not, the Mazda experience was more pleasant. The car rides well, not too much body roll for an SUV, the transmission was smooth, no jerky take offs or awkward engine braking. The car was comfortable and very user friendly. About the only negative was the small boot. I also thought that they could have squeezed more power out if they had turbocharged a smaller engine. Skyactiv is interesting in that it runs petrol motors at diesel compression ratios but the end result is unremarkable.
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Relishing a fun-to-drive CUV
The Mazda CX-5 was an unintended choice when I was looking around to change my ride about 6 months ago. I wanted to change to a SUV/CUV then, and had test-driven several models - Subaru Forester 2.0L & XT, Nissan X-trail, Hyundai Tucson, Mitsubishi Outlander & ASX, among others. The CX-5 was never in my considerations mainly because of its price. But then when I accompanied some friends to Mazda to test drive the Mazda 5, I tried out the CX-5. The rest is history. As I had driven a few sedans and hatchbacks, and my previous ride being also another sedan, I was a little worried that I may not get used to driving a CUV. The CX-5 made the transition rather smoothly. In addition, the CX-5 gives me more of what I was looking for humbly for my new ride: a. Good-looking CUV b. Luxurious interior styling c. Spacious cabin d. Easy & smooth drive & ride e. Good fuel efficiency I only wish it could be less expensive.
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Review of CX-5 after 6 month
Have shortlisted a few car before the decision to buy the CX-5. The reference are Nissan QashQai, X-trail, Vezel, Harrier and even S60. The best comparison is actually Qashqai, was comparing the feature in the 2.0 and 1.2T which there is huge diff in accessories but do not like the high gear stick and interior of the car, externally it is not bad. The key rejection is actually CVT transmission which i have been worrying about. Vezel is not bad but key issue is support from PI which i cannot come to term. Harrier is too expensive then and also support from PI plus japanese wording. S60 is because it is Diesel power which make road trip northward challenging. Even they mention can use the diesel but might need to service the car earlier which did not get any confirmation from them. Finally CX5 which is a looker, 6speed AT transmission and good interior space.
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Superb SUV with all comforts
Checked 3 cars. X-trail a good car but felt little under powered. Qashqai 2.0 is smooth but found little cramped at rear seats. My wife who was sitting at rear seat said it is driver car & not passenger car as spacing is not comfortable. At the end, selected CX-5. Though it is little expensive but met all our requirements. I have been driving from last 2 weeks & It's simply awesome car. Overall very happy with it. Great look especially my selected red soulmate color, beautiful interiors, smooth driving with perfect handling. Driving elevation is perfect and with premium Bose speakers, every trip is enjoyable with my iPhone music. Only little issue I have is iSTOP of sky active, which sometimes is irritating but you can always switch it off. With 60-70% Highway driving, I am clocking excellent 12 to 12.5 km/l and hopefully it will improve as engines smoothens over period of time.
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Mazda CX-5 (Launch Date: July 2017)
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