Car review: Mazda CX-5 2022

Where other companies are giving up diesel, Mazda is sticking with it, he said The Daily Telegraph. The CX-5 isn’t too fuel efficient (official consumption is 46.3 mg), especially when compared to the new competing petrol hybrids, which Mazda doesn’t offer. The beautiful interior is little changed, apart from a new infotainment system with a wider screen. There’s plenty of room in the back, but the trunk isn’t the largest in its class at 510 liters. Price: from £30,765. Car review: Mazda CX-5 2022

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