Mazda CX-5 is a economy car and strong crash test scores

Mazda CX 5 review

Mazda, the maverick, is far from new in the market and has seen steady updates in the past years. Now there is a lot more to Mazda future cars than just light bulbs. They have taken the market by storm from several different directions-city cars, family cars, sports cars, but to name a few. Mazda delivered the Mazda CX-5 right on time to capitalize on a market that loves SUVs. It is a good-looking, reliable cross-over that is solidly built, very efficient and fun to drive.

When shopping for crossover SUVs, they all seem like different flavors of bland. The CX-5 breaks that mold. Mazda’s ethos is to blend its sports car know-how into every model, and the CX-5 shows that with its sharp steering, engaging driving character, poised chassis and is high fuel economy car.

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Though the CX-5 is a small cross-over SUV, it offers plenty of space and versatility. It is quite delightful to drive with a sporty driving feel that makes the driver feel secure while cornering. This could give it the edge with car buyers who want something extra from their small crossover.

The CX-5 body structure not only yields a lightweight cross-over but a safe one as well. With the usual complement of electronic aids such as stability and traction control, antilock brakes, lane-departure warning, automatic high beam control and a new bundle of collision-avoidance features, passenger safety is guaranteed. Although the CX-5 has fewer airbags than some of its rivals, it has excellent crash test scores for frontal offset, side impact crash tests, roof strength and rear crash protection.

The CX-5 is a great economy car as it has a strong fuel economy. The petrol engines provide smooth power for driving enjoyment while at the same time reduces the environmental impact of the vehicle. It is a compact SUV that is efficient and sporty with low fuel consumption, thus lower emissions. With the aid of intelligent features such as the “i-stop”, CX-5 uses as little as 5.7 liters for 100km.

Mazda CX 5 review

The spacious interior, the smart cabin, easy to use touch screen infotainment, Optional safety tech, and a feel good steering underscore the CX-5’s position as a great all-rounder. If the Cx-5 is something to go by, car enthusiasts can look forward to Mazda future cars with optimism.

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