Review of the Mazda CX5 GTX 2.4L SUV

Overview

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

Stylish

Very fun to drive

Good sound system

Amazing autonomy and safety features

Reasons against it

Relatively cramped second row

Not super powerful

Perfect for

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

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Review of the Mazda CX5 GTX 2.4L SUV
Review of the Mazda CX5 GTX 2.4L SUV
Review of the Mazda CX5 GTX 2.4L SUV
Review of the Mazda CX5 GTX 2.4L SUV
Review of the Mazda CX5 GTX 2.4L SUV
Review of the Mazda CX5 GTX 2.4L SUV
Review of the Mazda CX5 GTX 2.4L SUV
Review of the Mazda CX5 GTX 2.4L SUV

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