Mazda / CX-5 / range
By TIM NICHOLSON
REPLACING Australia’s best-selling SUV is
no easy task and Mazda knows there is a lot riding on its second-generation
The competition in the mid-size segment is more impressive than
ever and the likes of heavy hitters such as the Hyundai Tucson, as well as more
established models like the Toyota RAV4 and Nissan X-Trail, have put the
pressure on Mazda recently.
It is not a ground-up redesign for the new
CX-5, but it could be argued that it didn’t need to be.
Carryover engines –
with light tweaks – and evolutionary styling hide a much improved high-riding
Has Mazda done enough to keep its crown as the country’s
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Model release date: March 2017
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