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Now that the new 2017 Mazda CX-5 is already being sold in Japan, it won’t be long before it arrives in other markets around the world. Withproduction currently underway at the carmaker’s Ujina Plant No. 2 located near the carmaker’s global headquarters in Hiroshima, Japan, the 2017 Mazda CX-5 would soon arrive at Mazda’s showrooms in other countries. So, if you have plans to get a new Mazda CX-5 on your garage, perhaps knowing how much one cost would help.
According to the Japanese carmaker, the base version of the 2017 Mazda CX-5 will be available in the United States with a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MRSP) of $24,045, plus $940 in destination charge ($985 in Alaska) or taxes, fees or additional charges. This means that the least expensive 2017 Mazda CX-5 – in Sport trim with front-wheel drive -- is available for $24,985. When the 2017 Mazda CX-5 Sport is specified with i-Activ AWD (all-wheel drive), the MSRP goes up to $25,345, excluding destination charges.
Meanwhile, the Touring model of the 2017 Mazda CX-5 FWD has an MSRP of $25,195 excluding destination charges. When the 2017 Mazda CX-5 i-Activ AWD is specified, the MSRP increases to $27,215, sans the destination charge. The 2017 Mazda CX-5 Touring could be availed with two trim packages. These are the Touring Preferred Equipment package that is available at an additional $780, and the i-ActiveSense package that comes at an extra $625.Read the entire article US-bound version of the new 2017 Mazda CX-5 has a starting price of $24,985
The recently concluded 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show has just showcased the new generation Mazda CX-5. And with it comes a rendered version for an MPS variant. Let us see what the guys from X-Tomi Design are up to.
To begin, the MPS-wearing CX-5 features a variety of body panels to make it sportier and stand out from the standard mid-size SUV. As you can see, the most prominent design goes to the black trim along the front grille and the much-larger set of wheels. The low riding Mazda CX-5 also has new side skirts, lip spoiler and front bumper to complete the MPS get-up. So there it is! X-Tomi has done an impressive job.
Of course there is no actual confirmation if this will come into production. That said, Mazda has concocted a new paint color for the SUV befitting its latest “KODO Soul of Motion” styling. The “Soul Red Crystal” as they call it is the more premium version of Mazda’s Soul Red body paint.Read the entire article X-Tomi’s rendering of the latest CX-5 Mazda Performance Series is simply stunning
We have good news for those who are waiting for the latest version of the Mazda CX-5 compact crossover. It was just unveiled in November at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, and now the Japanese carmaker is busy assembling the 2017 Mazda CX-5 at its production facilities in Japan.
In fact, a number of CX-5 models – those wrapped in the new Soul Red Crystal color – have been rolled off the production line at the carmaker’s Ujina Plant No. 2 located near its global headquarters in Hiroshima, Japan. The initial batches of the new 2017 Mazda CX-5 compact crossover will arrive in Japan in February 2017 and in other global markets right afterwards.
Developed as “an SUV all customers will enjoy,” the new Mazda CX-5 is designed to provide superior passenger comfort with its quiet and finely crafted cabin and pleasant ride. In an effort to improve the crossover’s motion control, Mazda fitted the 2017 CX-5 with the G-Vectoring Control that could tweak its engine’s torque level to allow easier steering. Three engines are available for the 2017 Mazda CX-5: SKYACTIV-G 2.0 and 2.5 gasoline units and the SKYACTIV-D 2.2 diesel powerplant.Read the entire article 2017 Mazda CX-5 production kicks off in Japan
Japanese carmaker Mazda Motor Corp. is all set to unveil the latest iteration of its CX-5 compact crossover at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show starting Friday, November 18. For the 2017 model year, the Mazda CX-5 has been redesigned with a new color paint that should allow this crossover to increase its appeal and emotional connection with its owners.
The styling changes on the new CX-5 were a result of adopting a number of design cues from the latest version of its larger crossover sibling, the CX-9. For instance, its front end now comes with a broader grille flanked by arched headlights. The front end is also marked by a narrow lower intake that links to the running lights, thereby further highlighting the width of the CX-5. When viewed from the sides, the new CX-5 looks the same as its predecessor, but it now features extra chrome around its windows. Meanwhile, the rear end of compact crossover is marked by sharper taillights.
In a bid to increase the exterior appeal of its offerings, Mazda has developed a new body color that represents its KODO - Soul of Motion design. The new 2017 Mazda CX-5 is the first vehicle in the carmaker’s lineup to don this new color, which will then be applied to new and current models. Soul Red Crystal is an advanced version of Soul Red. Soul Red Crystal features 20-percent better color saturation and 50-percent more depth than Soul Red.Read the entire article Mazda unveils redesigned 2017 CX-5 compact crossover at LA Auto Show
Mazda will commence sales of the 2015 Mazda CX-5 in the United Kingdom in spring this year, with prices ranging from £22,295 to £30,595 on-the-road (OTR). The 16-strong Mazda CX-5 model range features upgrades in both interior and standard equipment specification.
Customers could choose from three 2.0-liter petrol two-wheel drive variants fitted with six-speed manual transmissions, and thirteen 2.2-liter diesel versions equipped with a either a six-speed manual or automatic gearbox.
Peter Allibon, Mazda UK Sales Director, remarked that no other vehicle in the Mazda range demonstrates the value of SKYACTIV more clearly than the Mazda CX-5, noting that the technology allowed the carmaker to build a compact SUV that is fuel-efficient and emits less carbon dioxide without sacrificing performance and driving dynamics.Read the entire article UK sales of 2015 Mazda CX-5 to commence this spring, price starting from £22,295
Besides the 2016 Mazda6 Facelift, the Japanese manufacturer also brought the 2016 Mazda CX-5 Facelift at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show. Just like the sedan, the CX-5 Facelift comes with an update which consists of a new front grille, redesigned headlamps, new taillamps with LED lightning signature (offered as an option with Technology Package), as well as new 19-inch aluminum wheels.
Nine exterior colours will be available, including the new Sonic Silver Metallic and Titanium Flash Mica, ‘borrowed’ from the Mazda3. The interior received higher quality materials, updated upholstery, a new center stack and floor console.
Mazda says that the new center stack comes with a variety of advanced functions such as Mazda Connect and Electrical Parking Brake (EPB). Three types of decorative panels will be available: an aluminum-look panel featuring a vertical hairline finish and a thin satin chrome strip, a metallic-finish panel and a piano black panel.Read the entire article 2016 Mazda CX-5 Facelift receives a new design for the LA Auto Show
It appears that automatic-braking systems are not quite trustable and the latest proof comes from Japan, where a Mazda CX-5 crossover using that system just crashed yesterday. According to media sources, the crash took place in a dealership’s parking lot.
According to Saitama Prefectural Police, which is investigating the accident, the customer that was driving the car suffered a neck injury, while the dealership employee sitting on the passenger seat fractured his arm.
The Japanese carmaker is currently investigating this event but could not confirm it the model had the brake feature. Mazda’s system is called Smart City Brake Support and uses laser sensor in order to detect any obstacles found in the front of the car.Read the entire article Mazda CX-5 fitted with automatic-braking system crashes in Japan
Mazda CX-5 SUV crossover is fifth among the best 100 vehicles in the United Kingdom, according to the latest customer satisfaction survey. The Mazda CX-5 placed in the top 50 percent in all categories in the Auto Express Driver Power Survey, considered as the biggest and most comprehensive poll of car owners in the UK, and scored an overall score of 89.63%.
The CX-5 received its highest rankings for in-car technology, ease of driving and ride quality categories. Likewise, the Mazda brand is now the 4th best brand in the UK, according to the survey, jumping from 12th in 2012.
Mazda’s surge to the 4th position is testament to its sixth-generation cars, with the Mazda CX-5 being considered as the best vehicle in the SUV class. The crossover received impressive scores for ‘practicality’ and ‘ease of driving’ categories. The two-seater Mazda MX5 sportscar grabbed a high score for ‘handling’, while the Mazda3 scored impressively in the ‘practicality’ category.Read the entire article Survey says Mazda CX-5 is 5th among top 100 UK cars
Mazda named a new compact crossover after TV and movie actor Patrick Dempsey that it dubbed the CX-5 Dempsey. It is currently on display at the 2012 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Dempsey got the honor for having raced competitively for many years. He has participated in the Rolex Grand Am series, behind the wheels of Mazda RX-8 race cars for a team he owns.
The CX-5 Dempsey is based on Mazda’s new compact crossover and features matte black and “Anatomy Gray” paint with red detailing (obviously named after Dempsey’s hit show ‘Grey’s Anatomy’). The vehicle comes with a Bicycle S-Works Tarmac road bike and a Thule Atlantis rooftop cargo box. It rides on 20-inch black chrome wheels with red detailing while it also features a Racing Beat dual exhaust system.
The cabin’s interior has been updated to feature new seating surfaces that use black perforated leather inserts and gray bolsters with red accents. In addition, leather was used to cover the steering wheel, shift boot, armrests, door panels and center storage bin with contrasting Luminous Red stitching throughout.Read the entire article 2012 SEMA Show: Mazda CX-5 Dempsey Concept
The 2.5-liter Skyactiv 4-cylinder engine will be offered as an option on the 2014 Mazda6, according to a source who attended a Mazda dealer meeting in Chicago. It has been said by many consumers that the 2013 Mazda CX-5 with its 2.0-liter Skyactiv engine doesn’t really offer much power.
This engine has an output of 155 hp and 150 lb-ft of torque, making it have a bit more power than the version in the 2012 Mazda3.
It is the leader in its segment when it comes to fuel economy but it doesn’t have the impact of many of its rivals. A source said that Mazda aims to resolve this problem with a larger engine with more power. It will be available as an option.Read the entire article 2014 Mazda CX-5 will receive a bigger 2.5-liter Skyactiv engine
Due to the unexpected high global demand for Mazda’s new CX-5 compact crossover, it has decided to increase production by 20%. Its production capacity in Japan for the CX-5 will be increased from 200,000 units annually to 240,000. In addition, Mazda raised its worldwide sales goal for the CX-5 from 160,000 units to 190,000 units during the fiscal year that ends on March 31, 2013.
Since the CX-5 started selling in Japan last February, orders in the country have risen to around 24,000 -- more than double its CX-5 domestic sales target for the entire year. Mazda’s dealers in the U.S. will be pleased about the added production.
At the end of June, Mazda had a 27-day inventory for the CX-5 while it had an 85-day supply for its other models. In the U.S., Mazda has sold 16,031 CX-5s through June. Sales started in late February. The CX-5 is the newest vehicle from Mazda. It’s also the first to be powered by a direct-injection 2.0-liter gasoline engine, new transmissions and lightweight chassis and frame technologies, which the company collectively refers to as Skyactiv.Read the entire article Mazda to increase production of CX-5 by 20% due to high demand
Spearheading Mazda’s further penetration of the fleet market in the United Kingdom is the all-new Mazda CX-5 compact crossover sports utility vehicle that features the innovative SKYACTIV technology. The Mazda CX-5 received positive response from fleet managers and representatives of contract hire and leasing firms during its fleet launch at Rockingham, Northamptonshire.
Giving the Mazda CX-5 the much-needed image boost is the SKYACTIV technology that increases performance, safety, and fuel economy as well as lower emissions.
The SKYACTIV technology promises to reshape the automotive landscape as it becomes part of Mazda’s upcoming models. Fleet managers are sure to be more than satisfied with Mazda cars bearing the SKYACTIV technology, with attractive key figures on mpg, CO2 emissions, list price, benefit-in-kind tax (BiK), residual values and indicative total operating costs.Read the entire article Mazda aims to further penetrate UK’s fleet market with Mazda CX-5
The all-new CX-5 from Mazda has received the highest five-star safety rating from Euro NCAP, officially certifying the vehicle to be one of the safest in the world. The compact crossover SUV was made available for sale in the United Kingdom earlier this month. It received top scores in all four safety categories.
Specifically, vehicle's score for adult occupant protection was 94% while its child occupant protection rating was 87%. For the safety assist systems score, the CX-5 received 86%. These ratings were well above thresholds of 80%, 75% and 60% necessary in each category to obtain the maximum five stars.
The automaker's latest model was able to achieve the maximum safety rating even if it was being subject to the higher pedestrian protection standards set by Euro NCAP in 2012 -- a factor wherein automobiles must now hit at least a 60% mark.Read the entire article All-new Mazda CX-5 receives highest 5-star safety rating from Euro NCAP
The Honda CR-V celebrated a close win over the Mazda CX-5 in a contest that determines which SUV is the most family-friendly, according to Consumer Reports. What gave the CR-V the edge was its large back seat as well as its easy access and generous cargo space. When looking at the specs, the redesigned CR-V and new CX-5 seem to be very similar.
They’re evenly matched when it comes to their prices. They could both fit five passengers, have similar dimensions, and offered with front- or all-wheel drive. According to Consumer Reports’ overall road-test scores of these models, the CR-V scored 77 while the CX-5 got 75.
They ranked just below the segment-leading Toyota RAV4 and Subaru Forester. In addition, the CR-V EX (priced at $26,455) is a more family-friendly SUV, with a large backseat, easy access, plenty of cargo space, and a comfy ride. It’s faster and more responsive than the CX-5.Read the entire article Consumer Reports: Honda’s new CR-V is better than the Mazda CX-5
The all-new Mazda CX-5 will be installed with the SKYACTIV technology that has a practical fun-to-drive eco approach, providing class leading fuel economy and low CO2 emissions. The Mazda CX-5 would be an excellent deal for the company’s fleet customers since the vehicle’s fuel economy means reduced running costs and lots of savings.
According to Steve Tomlinson, Head of Fleet for Mazda UK, the SKYACTIV technology allows fleet managers to drastically cut operational costs without compromising performance or handling, adding that the technology offers a complete eco solution. The Mazda CX-5 is well-made to cater to fleet operators as it promises ownership savings and significant financial benefits, when compared to Mazda’s competitors.
EurotaxGlass has forecasted the 2.2-litre SKYACTIV-D diesel 2WD SE-L 150ps model to have a residual value of £10,666 (46%) at three years per 60,000 miles, which puts it far ahead of Toyota RAV4, Nissan Qashqai and the Ford Kuga.Read the entire article SkyActiv enables Mazda CX-5 to boast class-leading fuel economy
To usher in the entry of Mazda’s first SKYACTIV technology vehicle to the UK, Mazda is giving retail customers of the all-new Mazda CX-5 compact crossover SUV a free upgrade to the Navigation version of the model they chose, a low-rate (5.9% APR) finance package, and a three-year complimentary European roadside assistance.
Buyers could now pre-order a Mazda CX-5 from dealers throughout the UK. This ground-breaking model starts selling in the spring. These added equipment and finance and ownership benefits are offered now and will last until the summer. Peter Allibon, Sales Director, Mazda UK, said that customers will receive a lineup of appealing added benefits in celebration of the arrival of Mazda’s first vehicle with SKYACTIV technology.
He said that the Mazda CX-5 has “s solid environmental credentials” of up to 61.4mpg while its CO2 emissions have dropped to as low as 119g/km. He emphasized Mazda’s fun performance, striking pricing, and the uncharacteristically low cost of ownership for its class. He added that it offers amazing value for customers who want the latest in compact SUV driving, packaging and technology.Read the entire article Mazda offering CX-5 customers free upgrade to the Navigation version of their selected model
Mazda is moving forward with a new crossover in the United States this year, even with the financial crisis it experienced in Japan. In addition, the automaker is increasing its advertisement expenses by 25% for 2012. Last week, Mazda Motor Corp. in Japan announced its plans to put $2 billion in new stock up for sale.
It also plans to borrow $878 million from banks to prepare for its largest net loss in 11 years. Moreover, it is seeking an alliance partner. Mazda is greatly affected by the surging yen due to its high rate of exports. The automaker anticipates its fourth straight year of losing money with a full fiscal-year net loss of 100 billion yen or around $1.29 billion, which is worse than previously forecasted. The fiscal year ends March 31.
However, the automaker revealed that it has "bottomed out" and expects a net income in its fiscal fourth quarter and for its fiscal year starting April 1, notwithstanding the strong yen.Read the entire article Mazda aims to gain ground in the US with new crossover, higher ad spending
Drivers of all-new Mazda CX-5 compact crossover SUV need not to worry about colliding with another car in front when driving slowly in city streets. Mazda has announced its newest anti-collision safety technology, the ‘Smart City Brake Support’ (SCBS). The SCBS system, fitted as standard on the Mazda CX-5, uses a laser sensor to detect a vehicle or any other obstacle in front of the SUV.
If the system detects a possible collision and the driver fails to slow down appropriately or turn the wheel to avoid the crash, the SCBS automatically activates the brakes and cuts the engine yield at the same time. This allows the system to help avoid collisions or if not, mitigate the damage from rear-end collisions at low speeds, which is one of the most common accidents.
With the car moving low speeds of between 2.5 and 19mph, the laser sensor installed at the top of the windscreen detects an obstacle in front of the Mazda CX-5 and monitors the space as well as the closing speed.Read the entire article Mazda installs Smart City Brake Support system in the CX-5
Mazda's CX-5 and the highly awaited 3D animation film Dr. Seuss' The Lorax are being promoted in a new commercial. The CX-5 is set to make its debut in the U.S. this April. In this commercial, a cartoonish CX-5 is being driven along the bright and colorful Truffula trees in the Truffula Valley of The Lorax. This ad is part of the early stages of the launch of the CX-5 compact crossover and Mazda’s Skyactiv vehicle technologies.
Mazda's marketing team uses the term Skyactiv technology to refer to its lightweight vehicle chassis and fuel efficient powertrain technologies that are used on the CX-5 and upcoming Mazda vehicles.
With the launch of the vehicle and Skyactiv set for this year, Mazda decided to increase its advertising budget by 25% this year. Mazda executives declined to reveal a national marketing budget for its fiscal year beginning on April 1. However, a source revealed that this would be about $325 million.Read the entire article Mazda teams up with Dr. Seuss’ to promote the 2013 CX-5
Mazda has revealed the UK pricing of the all-new Mazda CX-5. A pre-order facility is also available for customers through their local Mazda dealer. The all-new Mazda CX-5 is the Japanese brand's first product to represent its cutting-edge SKYACTIV technology. It made its world premier at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2011.
When made available for sale this spring, the Mazda CX-5 compact crossover SUV model range consists of 18 vehicles, with prices ranging from £21,395 to £28,795 (OTR). The new Mazda CX-5 comes in a selection of two engines with three power outputs: the 2.0-liter SKYACTIV 165ps petrol, 2.2-liter SKYACTIV 150ps or 175ps diesel.
The vehicle will also come with manual and automatic transmissions, 2-wheel drive (2WD) or all-wheel drive (AWD) and four equipment levels -- SE-L Nav, SE-L, Sport and Sport Nav. Six diesel models and four petrols will come with 2-wheel drive. Meanwhile, the all-wheel drive will be available for eight diesels.Read the entire article UK pricing for all-new Mazda CX-5 revealed, preorder facility available
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