New Features on the 2017 Mazda CX-5 – Autoline Feature

Mazda In-car Technology Engineer Matthew Valbuena gives Autoline an exclusive first look at many of the new features with a walk around of the automaker’s 2017 second generation CX-5. In addition, Mr. Valbuena spotlights some of the upgrades — both inside and out — made to Mazda’s compact crossover SUV.

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Comments

jurand81 says:

weird placement for the rear seat heat controls.. what if you had a passenger in the middle? can’t open the armrest to toggle heated seats for rear side passengers.

Kenz300 x says:

It is time for Mazda to go all electric.
The future is electric. No emissions.

Rob The Tuber says:

Does it still have a cd player?

trinimark123abc says:

That range rover is sexy

Mike Gehre says:

However, the GT fully loaded is far superior in handling and ride than the previous generation.

Mike Gehre says:

No CD player, Apple Carplay, NAVTRAFFIC???? No kickplate for rear hatch opening?  Gotta keep up with your competition, Mazda.  Beef up the engine.  Traffic warning WAY too sensitive.

HW2800 says:

First!

Coraga 1 says:

hope one of the features is better paint that doesn’t rust after 4 years…

Scott F. says:

Heated lower windshield was done years ago in the Dodge Caravan and discontinued in the 2003 model. Why is it so great now?

Mike Gehre says:

However, the GT fully loaded is far superior in handling and ride than the previous generation.  Well worth a look and test drive

Mr. Mazda says:

That feature of the heated elements in that front wiper assembly is huge. Cant tell you how many times wipers get frozen to a windshield overnight after a storm

HW2800 says:

How about the “kick” opening rear tailgate? How about the 2.5L Turbo gas engine – hp/torque improvements? Engine been around 6 years?

Tech Defender says:

I can’t wait to get this! Originally I was gonna get a Mazda 3 hatch but now since the 17 CX5 is going to be on sale soon I might just wait

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