Mazda update CX-5 range | New Release - Car News Jan 2019


13:15 Friday 04 Jan 2019

Mazda have ushered in 2019 with the introduction of a revised CX-5 range.

A new GT Sport Nav+ model has joined the line up, while updates have been made across the full range of CX-5 models.

Launched in 2012, CX-5 has gone on to become Mazda UK’s biggest selling model, with a second-generation released a year-and-half ago.  Intended to keep the CX-5 attractive to UK buyers, the updates include the addition of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard, and a revised climate control panel. The suspension has also been enhanced with a thicker front-anti roll bar, smaller rear anti-roll bar and revised front stabiliser bushings, and an updated version of Mazda’s G-Vectoring Control system.

The new GT Sport Nav+ now tops the CX-5 range, available to order in front-wheel drive petrol or four-wheel drive diesel variants.  It boasts 19-inch bright alloy wheels, real wood and satin chrome dashboard and door trim, Nappa leather interior, black roof lining, white LED illumination, frameless rear view mirror, 7-inch colour TFT dial display, exclusive steering wheel design with chrome centre bezel and high-grade stitching, front seat ventilation, heated outer rear seats, sunroof, Adaptive LED Headlights, Driver Attention Alert, Rear Smart City Brake Support and 360o View Monitor.

The 2019 Mazda CX-5 is available to order now, with deliveries to begin in February.


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