Mazda CX-5 prices will start at £21,395, the company has confirmed.
The CX-5 SUV will be the first model from Mazda to include its Skyactiv technology, which brings together new engines, transmissions, body and chassis design to cut CO2 emissions and improve economy.
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Buyers will have the choice of a 163bhp 2.0-litre petrol engine or a 2.2-litre diesel with either 148bhp or 173bhp. Petrol models are available as two-wheel-drive only, while the lower-powered diesel can come with two- or four-wheel-drive. The higher-powered diesel is four-wheel-drive only.
There are four trims: SE-L, SE-L Nav, Sport and Sport Nav.
Equipment with SE-L models
The entry-level CX-5 comes with:
Front and rear parking sensors
Smart city brake support – where laser sensors detect objects in the road ahead and apply the brakes if a collision becomes imminent.
Equipment with Sport models
Top-spec CX-5 models get:
Heated front seats
Powered driver's seat
Nav versions add £400 to the list price, and an automatic gearbox – available on the diesel engines – costs £900.
The CX-5 goes on sale in the spring, and customers can pre-order now at Mazda dealerships.
Mazda CX-5 prices
2.0 SE-L 2WD – £21,395
2.0 SE-L Nav 2WD – £21,795
2.0 Sport 2WD – £23,595
2.0 Sport Nav 2WD – £23,995
2.2 SE-L (150) 2WD – £22,995
2.2 SE-L Nav 2WD – £23,395
2.2 Sport 2WD – £25,195
2.2 Sport Nav 2WD – £25,595
2.2 SE-L (150) 4WD – £24,695
2.2 SE-L Nav (150) 4WD – £25,095
2.2 Sport (175) 4WD – £27,195
2.2 Sport Nav (175) 4WD – £27,594
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