by Jenny Haddo, Auto Show Global
The all-new 2017 Mazda CX-5 has been revamped since its initial debut in 2012. The newly redesigned model has been upgraded with new engines and a slightly more bulkier design. Making its debut at the LA Auto Show this November, the CX-5 Mazda has created a vehicle that provides customers with an emotional connection as well as a satisfying driving experience. The CX-5 shows inspirations from Mazda’s previous models, but assures consumers that the vehicle is a state-of-the-art package.
The vehicle is a driver’s dream. With the sleek cabin to the Active Driving Display, the Mazda makes driving easier. As on all Mazda’s the engines will remain at three engines, but the horsepower will be improved upon. The interior will be almost identical to the CX-4 with its pop out infotainment screen and center console. The CUV doesn’t stray far from the original. With features similar to the CX-9 and Mazda3, the CX-5 is fully redesigned according to Mazda. It details an all-around quietness for passengers to enjoy. The 2017 CX-5 will go on sale in Japan in February and then globally later in 2017.