Mazda CX5 Window Tint
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Mazda blends sports-car know-how into every model, and the 10Best-winning CX-5 is no exception. Sharp steering and a poised chassis make it an enthusiast’s pick; the quiet interior imparts a feel of luxury. A 187-hp 2.5-liter inline-four with a six-speed automatic and front-wheel drive are standard; all-wheel drive is optional. The 7.0-inch touchscreen is easy to use, and the optional safety tech—adaptive cruise, automated emergency braking, and more—make the CX-5 a great all-rounder.
Despite being dimensionally similar to its predecessor, the new CX-5 looks both wider and longer thanks to a massive concave grille and slim LED headlights that accentuate the car’s width, as well as A-pillars that have been pushed back 1.4 inches in order to emphasize the length of the CX-5’s hood. The swoopy exterior cuts into the crossover’s cargo capacity, however, leaving the new CX-5 with just 31 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear seats up, down three cubes to the prior CX-5 and down eight to the Honda CR-V.
Nevertheless, the new CX-5’s passenger compartment benefits from high-quality materials, top-notch fit and finish, and adequate space for those seated in the front or in the two outboard rear seats. The new CX-5’s interior is noticeably quieter, too, with our sound-level meter registering just 67 decibels at 70 mph, or one decibel lower than a Mercedes-Benz GLC300 4MATIC.
Mazda offers the CX-5 in four different trim levels: the base $24,985 Sport, the well-equipped $26,855 Touring, the luxury-lined $29,835 Grand Select, and the top-of-the-line $30,335 Grand Touring. In all four, front-drive comes standard, but all-wheel drive—as tested here—is a $1300 option.
Even the base Sport includes as standard a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a rearview camera, a 40/20/40 split-folding and reclining rear seat, and Mazda’s Smart City Brake Support system that can detect an impending collision and automatically apply the CX-5’s brakes when traveling between 2 and 19 mph. Still, most consumers may want the mid-level Touring trim. This model adds a host of comfort and convenience items, including a power driver’s seat, heated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, a proximity key, rear HVAC vents, blind-spot monitoring, and more. It also opens up the options book to items such as a lane-departure-warning and lane-keeping-assist system, automatic headlights, automatic high-beams, rain-sensing wipers, adaptive cruise control, premium audio, navigation, a sunroof, and a power-opening liftgate—a first for the CX-5.