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2.0 Elegance (A)
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$11,700 /yr 14.3km/L 162 bhp 6-speed (A)
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$12,400 /yr 14.3km/L 162 bhp 6-speed (A)
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Price updated 27-Jul-2021

Mazda CX-5
4 stars - based on 11 reviews
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Car Review - Mazda CX-5 2.5 Super Luxury (A)
The Mazda CX-5 holds its own against more premium rivals, thanks to a refined cabin and a host of driver assistance features.
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Comparison - Mazda CX-5 2.5 vs Toyota Harrier 2.0 vs Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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First and last mazda i'll ever own
Was initially impressed by the design and handling of the car. Handling is indeed pretty good - comparable to the BMW X3 (F25 gen), but engine is underpowered with slow pick up. Ride comfort is decent and cushy. Interior design looks very BMW-ish, but functionality is not all there. Eg: volume controls for the radio vs nav system don't sync. Car is also not refined - vibrations in the cabin are quite standard for this model, from the '08 to the subsequent "Facelift" Variants. Had a number of parts fail in the first year of ownership - mirrors, wipers. Japanese reliability is not a strong point here.
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Wonderful Car
Booked CX-5 a very pleasant car to drive and be in. Conti like interior and got great pricing for my trade-in car and the CX-5 event unit.
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Comfortable
Previous car was a Mazda 3, which was already nice to drive. Decided to switch to a SUV as I've always felt more relaxed and shiok driving SUVs (CX5 and Rav4 on overseas roadtrips). As our highway surfaces can be quite undulating due to constant roadworks (and maybe some other reasons), there is a difference in the way this SUV "Bounces" Along at highway speeds, as compared to a sedan. If possible, try to test drive on the highway to see if you like it. Generally, you will feel less jarring-ness from bumps in the road. The CX5 can get up to speed rather easily, but I find myself driving safer in a more relaxed mood. Mazda cars are already more driver-centric than other Japanese brands in the similar range, but I would say the journey is more enjoyable in the CX5, while the drive experience is more enjoyable with the Mazda 3 (and I would guess the Mazda 6 as well). There are probably better aftermarket sound systems, but the provided Bose sound system in the CX5 is good enough, if you don't intend to add on aftermarket parts. Get the premium version if you can. It has nice options, one of which is ventilated seats. With the press of a button, a fan system inside the chair will channel cool air from the a/c to your back.
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Best bang for bucks
Car comes with Android auto and auto carplay, 2L engine more than sufficient for urban driving. Interior is equivalent to Europeon cars. No complains.
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Topic Title Replies Last Action

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