Review of the Mazda CX5 2.0L SUV


Recently redesigned to fit Mazda’s “Kudo” design philosophy, the CX-5 is Mazda’s stylish entry into the crossover SUV segment, equivalent to the Kia Sportage, Hyundai Tucson, Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V, Mitsubishi Outlander and the Ford Escape

Key Features
Seating Capacity: 5
No Of Doors: 4
Airbags: 4
Transmission mode: Automatic
Driving: Front Wheel
Safety: NHTSA 4/5
AUX-In: Yes
USB-In: No
Bluetooth: No
Cruise control: No
Rear parking sensors: No
Rear parking camera: No
Front and Side sensors: No
IsoFix/LATCH seats: Yes
Seat: Fabric
Sunroof: No
Fold down second row: Yes
Third row seating: No
Rear A/C Vents: Yes
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Reasons for it


Very fun to drive

Good sound system

Reasons against it

Lacking entertainment features

Relatively cramped second row

Perfect for

Those looking for a good looking, driver’s car that offers plenty of pick up and ‘feels’ cool


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