The Mazda CX-5 is the compact family crossover SUV that has been added to the Mazda line of vehicles recently.  The 2013 model was introduced in 2012 and is assembled in the Mazda Ujjna plant no 2 in Japan and the Vladivostok factory in Russia. Mazda had started the KODO – Soul of Motion Design language and the CX-5 is the first vehicle to come out of this concept. This car also features the Skyactiv Technology suite that Mazda has releases in the 2012 Mazda 3 hatchback and sedan concept cars. The CX-5 has a rigid lightweight platform that is combined with a new series of engines and transmissions that are efficient. The emission levels and the fuel consumption has seen great improvements because of this technology.
Mazda CX-5 Updates From Australia
Mazda has introduced the 2.5L petrol engine to bolster the appeal of its compact crossover CX-5 for its Australian range.

The new and powerful 2.5L SkyActiv-G engine will replace all the 2.0L engines across the GT, Maxx and Maxx Sport all wheel drive models.

There is no change in engine for the front wheel drive models and will continue to use the 2.0L engine

The 2.5L petrol engine churns out 138kW at 250Nm of torque when compared to the earlier 2.0L engine that gave 113kW at 198Nm of torque.

There is a 15% increase in power and an increase of 22% in torque to the previous 2.5L engine that was seen on the CX-7

The fuel consumption of the new engine is 7.5l/100km which is considered to be better than most of its competitors.

Bluetooth connectivity has been improved and upgraded across all models.

Mazda Cx-5 Akera Model

Mazda has released a new model in the CX-5 series and is called the Akera Model. This is the top variant in the CX-5 range and has added features like Lane Departure Warning, High Beam Control and Blind Spot Monitoring as standard equipments. Previously these options were available only as a cost option and were present in the $1990 Tech Pack.

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