2021 Mazda CX-5 Review

Mazda CX-5 2021 is the latest sport utility vehicle of its model, an improvement from the CX-3 and CX-30 manufactured by Mazda company based in Japan. It is 14.9 feet long with its gross vehicle weight ranging between 4,575 and 4,806 pounds Compact SUV with beautifully sculpted bodywork and powerful driving dynamics available in different multiple colors has attracted a high number of buyers with its price ranging around 26,000$. This car possesses a responsive steering and confident handling making it generally fun to drive, although it offers less cargo capacity on the upside it possesses a generous seating space with a capacity to carry five passengers comfortably with enough legroom and great headroom for all. The rear is packed with the convenience of air vents, a center armrest with cup holders, USB ports, and a phone holder. State-of-the-art riding comfort is accommodated by its 17-inch heels and 65 profile tires add cushioning.

Being a new version of the year 2021 notable upgrades have been put in place a 10.3-inch screen is what consists of the dashboard replacing the previous 7.0 display. Its new interface is manipulated through a rotary controller and volume console with voice commands and buttons on its steering wheel. New system features include the new Mazda connect interface and access to remote vehicle functions through a smartphone application, as well as, Apple car play too it also comes with a carbon edition with a unique polymetal gray paint and red upholstery. State-of-the-art signature trim adds to a high definition 360-degree camera, a driver attention alert, and a rear automatic braking system. This car is available with heated front and back seats with materials like caturra brown Nappa leather and genuine layered wood trim.

The car operation system boasts of a standard 187-horsepower four-cylinder engine with great throttle response and a 250 horsepower turbocharged version with even greater acceleration and about 186 pound-feet of torque.

A six-speed automatic transmission.

A 2.5-liter petrol engine with allowance for those who may prefer diesel engines.

Front or all-wheel drive.

All this put together place it as having adequate passing power felt while driving in terms of fuel consumption. The Mazda CX-5 is economical with its all-wheel features ensuring least possible loss of fuel on the highway or in the city. Equipped with the car are safety features both standard and advanced which are formulated to protect the driver and offer better driving experiences.

Standard advanced safety features

Adaptive cruise control

Forward collision warning

Forward automatic emergency braking

Rain-sensing windshield wipers

Rear cross-traffic alert

Automatic high beam headlights

Lane departure warning

Lane keep assist

Blind-spot monitoring

Pedestrian detection

CX 5 available advanced safety features include:

Adaptive headlights

Traffic sign recognition

Front and rear parking sensors

Head up display

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, it received a five star in terms of safety and has ultimately lived up to its Mazda design motion “soul of motion” with its sense of power and beauty.

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