Mazda Revamped with 2014 CX-5 2.5 AWD
Since its uncovering and drive trails, experts are signing at the virtues of Mazda’s new CX-5 crossover. The vehicle is built from top to bottom with new components and CX-5 surely wins a really appealing combination of styling, personality, and finest damping. When compared to the crossover contemporaries as Honda CR-V and the Toyota RAV4, CX-5 has a significant edge.Photo 1: MAZDA
The largest Mazda 2.5-L four-cylinder engine comes standard in the touring models for 2014 model year. The 2.0-liter carries on in the same Sport trim and unlike the 2.5-L model, which was made available at six-speed auto, 2.0 can is with a six-speed manual. The new mill is already bigger by half liter, and the output is increased by 29 HP and also with 35 lb ft torque. The new CX-5 crack off a decent 0-to-60 mph at 7.6 second and known down a quarter-mile run at 15.8.
The new improvements are welcome changes for sure, but cost a bit few mpg. The interiors are done in a tasteful manner with shades of black in matte finish, which is getting accented by a piano-black gloss and many tiny red stitching all over. The three-dial HVAC controls are simpler and intuitive. Also, there are three round of extra instrument-panel gauges and a stylish 5.8-inch touch and advanced infotainment software.Photo 2: Mazda Revamped with 2014 CX-5 2.5 AWD
The Grand Touring package consists of navigation, adaptive lighting at front, HID headlamps, smarter city brake support, etc. are available at an extra $1625 and there are also many handy add-ons available. The significant highs are the crossover practicality and sportiest competitive pricing.