Updated Mazda CX-5 Will Get A More Powerful Engine

Updated Mazda CX-5 Will Get A More Powerful Engine

Starting from September 2018 the updated Mazda CX-5 SUV will be available in the market. Its top 2.2.-liter diesel engine will be more powerful and emit less exhausts. The car maker re-engineered it and enlarged its capacity by 9 hp to 182 hp.

The model received more equipment and an option of the tranmission. Prices start from €27,900 for the petrol SE-L Nav+ trim level and €30,040 for its diesel equivalent.

Sport Nav+ versions got new 19” wheels. Special Soul Red Crystal Metallic and Machine Grey Metallic body colours will be offered. They use 3-layer technology for deeper gloss.

The mentioned engine can work paired with a manual or automatic gearbox in Sport Nav+ trim level. Diesel motors use AdBlue for less emissions and better cooling.

A 2.0-liter 165-hp petrol engine will be first available, both with manual or automatics. Standard equipment includes an adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert and lane keep assist.

Optional safety pack with adaptive LED headlights and an around view camera is offered for Sport Nav+ models.

The standard CX-5 also gets folding door mirrors, 2-zone climate control, DAB radio, a 7-inch touchscreen, satellite navigation and LED headlights.

Sport Nav+ includes a rear-view camera, a powered driver’s seat and heated front seats, keyless entry and a heated steering wheel.  For the first time a powered tailgate and a head-up display with traffic sign recognition are added.

Source: Carbuyer

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