2017 Mazda CX-5 Review: First Impressions

Mazda has completely redesigned its popular compact SUV, the CX-5, for the 2017 model year and there’s a lot that stands out – starting with its nose. I show you everything from there all the way back to the cargo area, straight from the floor of the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, where the CX-5 is debuting this week.

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Comments

Dominique Pharan says:

Dont like the nose, dont like the new side shape, dont like the radio, i prefer my 2016 so fare

Aw3some says:

Dude, stop moving your hands….

Ty John says:

He trying so hard to be a real man
But fail

DigitalYojimbo says:

mays such a weeaboo

Carl rasmussen says:

Lets just stick a coffee table in the console, to hell with leg room. Climate control is now behind/below shifter.  Now you are stuck with non-changeable proprietary infotainment system. IMO the body was way better looking on last one.

Мастер Йода says:

Я думал это я урод, а оказывается эта машина меня переплюнула.

Joshua R says:

I don’t think having the cup holders behind the control system is the best placement.

d4t4n0n u53r says:

Today’s Mazda SUV design is fucking ugly. Really a perced tablet over the dash obstructing a view of the road? The ever receding cargo window will soon disappear altogether? The Mazda Tribute was a much more masculine looking vehicle and it shared a platform with Ford.

Keimeko Scotland says:

Where is the 2017 CR-V coverage ???

J P says:

Don’t much care for the revised grill, but the head/brake lamps look cool. Those interiors just keep getting better!

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