AutoMazda CX-5: New benchmarks

Mazda CX-5: New benchmarks

When the original Mazda CX-5 launched in 2012, it set new benchmarks for dynamics and changed perceptions of how interesting an SUV can be. So much so that it has become a fundamental model for the brand. It already represents approximately 19% of the company’s annual sales in Europe; and, with 353,615 units sold this year worldwide, it is Mazda’s best-selling car .

Now, and after the passage of the second generation which has already incorporated new technologies and innovations, the 2022 CX-5 reaches a higher level of comfort, refinement and response. Something that helps the G-Vectoring Control Plus (GVC Plus), which has improved the driving dynamics of the model on and off the asphalt. Finally, improvements in noise and i-Activsense safety technologies have established the Mazda CX-5 as an elegant, intelligent and dynamic vehicle, as well as one of the most enjoyable drivers in the SUV segment.

Different elements of the interior have also been perfected and modernized, in order to raise the quality of both the environment of the cabin and the technology of the human-machine interface. Connectivity has continued to evolve: the vehicle is now compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and the advanced connected services of the MyMazda app. All versions of the model offer DAB+ digital radio technology as standard. In addition, the 360º Vision Monitor is available, through the use of four cameras, to facilitate maneuvers in confined spaces.

Lastly, and true to Mazda’s DNA, it offers three trim levels: Newground, Homura and Signature; with subtle differences that give different personalities to the car. Additionally, it incorporates novelties in its interior equipment and functionality, offers a Mi-Drive driving mode selector, improves its dynamic behavior and has expanded safety equipment . So if you want to know in depth all the details of the new Mazda CX-5, keep reading in the gallery.

 

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