THE PRODUCT OF A BLANK SLATE
It was time to take a stand. Time to challenge the convention that says efficiency must come at the sacrifice of driving excitement. The CX-5 is our declaration that incredible fuel economy and uncompromised driving performance can coexist, that bold can also be sleek and aerodynamic. It is the first vehicle to embody the entire philosophy of SKYACTIV® TECHNOLOGY
, which reimagines every component from the ground up to work together in unprecedented harmony. More than a Compact Crossover SUV, the CX-5 is a call to drivers to experience the power of an entirely new way of thinking.
Not only does the CX-5 debut Mazda's SKYACTIV® TECHNOLOGY, but it's also unique for its impressive fuel economy, responsive handling and bold style and leading automotive journalists seem to agree. Read some of the CX-5 accolades below and find out what people are saying about this 5-passenger CUV.
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"In this class, where bland and uninspired vehicles make up the majority of the field, the 2013 Mazda CX-5 delivers with a driving fun factor miles ahead of the likes of the best-selling Honda CR-V and the popular Toyota RAV4."
- AutoWeek.com | August 2011
"DOESN'T DRIVE LIKE ANY OTHER"
"The CX-5 doesn't drive like any other existing compact SUV."
- CarandDriver.com | August 2011
"...the CX-5 is among the most fun-to-drive compact crossovers on the market. Mazda has perfectly captured the Zoom-Zoom ethos in a practical, efficient, and stylish crossover."
- Automobilemag.com | August 2011
"FUEL-EFFICIENT CROSSOVER THAT ISN'T A BORE"
"The CX-5 reminds you it's possible to build a small, fuel-efficient crossover that isn't a bore to drive."
- Edmunds' InsideLine.com | September 2011