Mazda’s slick design, exceptional road manners, and high-quality interior have people raving for years. If you, too, are a Mazda fan, you’ll be glad to hear that the company has upgraded the CX-5 for 2021.
The new CX-5 from Mazda features a much-improved infotainment system displayed on a screen of 10.25 inches. This slick vehicle costs between $31,190 and $52,380.
Let’s dive right in to explore the features and specifications that the new CX-5 from Mazda brings to the table.
Specs and Features of CX-5 from Mazda
The new CX-5 offers a range of luxury features. Standard ones include adaptive LED headlights, rain-sensing wipers, auto-folding side mirrors, parking sensors, alloy wheels with a space-saver spare wheel, active cruise control, sunroof, proximity key access, and an electric-powered tailgate.
When it comes to the interior, you get a head-up display, dual-zone climate control, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, TFT trip computer, 10.25-inch centre display, Bose audio system with subwoofer, traffic sign recognition, 360-degree camera, satellite navigation, and digital radio.
Apart from this, the front seats are electrically powered, heated, and ventilated. The leather steering wheel is also heated. Moreover, the driver also enjoys two-person memory pre-sets.
You get to choose from a range of colour options for free, including Jet Black Mica, Eternal Blue Mica, White Mica, Deep Crystal Blue Mica, Snowflake White Pearl, and Sonic Silver Metallic. You can also get Polymetal Grey Metallic, Machine Grey Metallic, or Soul Red Metallic colour by paying an additional $495.
Let’s quickly go over other specifications of the CX-5 from Mazda.
The new Mazda CX-5 offers an impressive range of four powertrains. Petrol, front-wheel models have a 2.0-litre, naturally-aspirated, Skyactiv-G engine with four cylinders. On the other hand, the all-wheel-drive variants are powered by a 2.5-litre engine.
Furthermore, Akera, GT, and GT SP models have a turbocharged, 2.5-litre engine. Finally, a 2.2-litre twin-turbo engine is available on Touring, Maxx Sport, Akera, and GT variants.
2. Fuel Efficiency
The base grades consume 6.9 litres per 100 km in both auto and manual transmissions, whereas the naturally-aspirated models with a 2.5-litre engine use 7.4 litres per 100 km.
On the flip side, the turbo models offer 8.2L/100km fuel mileage, while the diesel variants consume as little as 5.7 litres per 100 km.
The dimensions for the new CX-5 are as follows.
Length: 4550 mm
Width: 1840 mm
Length: 1680 mm
Wheelbase: 2700 mm
The five-seat models have a luggage capacity of 442L, which can go up to 1342L with a folded rear bench. Besides, you get a towing capacity between 1800 and 2000 kg, depending on the engine variant.
Overall, the CX-5 from Mazda is a fantastic vehicle with a powerful engine that has diesel-like torque and plenty of grunts. The interior technology is also impressive. You can expect much lower wind and engine noise, harshness, and vibration levels than the older models.
If you’re looking for a semi-luxury vehicle with all mainstream features, the CX-5 is a great option.