Mazda CX-5 2023 update

Mazda CX-5 has been a very popular model for Mazda and for good reason. It comes with a comprehensive list of tech and infotainment features, even in the lower grades.2023 Mazda CX-5 upgrade 2 The latest CX-5, which is due in early 2023 comes with the new generation 10.25-inch Mazda Connect infotainment system. For Maxx Sport and above, the system includes Mazda’s seventh-generation navigation system too.

The centre console has upgraded to the new USB-C ports and has wireless smart phone mirroring for MAXX models and above.

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One particularly clever feature is the new remote window function in the key fob. This allows all windows to be put down at the touch of a button. Great in our extremely hot summer days.

Models come with a choice of three engines, a 2.0L petrol engine in the entry level Maxx model and 2.5L petrol for the Maxx Sport and above. There is also a 2.2L diesel, as well as FWD and AWD.

With the upgraded technology and connectivity, Mazda have taken a good vehicle and made ot even better.

The updated Mazda CX-5 is on sale now. Pricing is from $35,390 through to $53,880 plus the usual costs.

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More Mazda CX-5 2023 details

Mazda’s best-selling SUV continues to connect with customers, comes with an update that extends its comprehensive list of tech and infotainment features.

Arriving in showrooms from early 2023, all grades of Mazda CX-5 will adopt the new generation 10.25-inch Mazda Connect infotainment system, which offers intuitive operation, faster processing and enhanced image and sound quality. For Maxx Sport and above, the system includes Mazda’s seventh-generation navigation system too.

The centre console will house two new USB-C ports to support a wider variety of devices for better functionality.

Wireless capability for phone mirroring technologies, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, will be added to Maxx Sport models and above, making it even easier to stay connected on the road.

The Mazda CX-5 will also be the first Mazda to incorporate a remote window function into the key fob, a handy feature that many Australians will appreciate come summer that lowers all windows in unison via the unlock button.

The newly developed Rhodium White metallic paint, which debuted on Mazda’s First-Ever CX-60, will be added to the nine-strong body colour line-up.

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Finally, the service intervals for 2.0-litre, 2.5-litre and 2.5-litre turbo petrol variants of the Mazda CX-5 will increase to 12 months or 15,000km, whichever comes first.

Mazda Australia Managing Director, Vinesh Bhindi, said the update follows Mazda’s strategy to match and evolve with the changing needs of customers.

“Mazda’s continued focus on improving and evolving product throughout its lifecycle has helped Mazda CX-5 remain a firm favourite SUV in Australia, resonating with customers for its timeless style, functionality and versatility.

“The emphasis of this update is to boost customer connectivity with the car, and follows a significant redesign earlier in 2022, which refreshed and sharpened the looks of the Mazda CX-5.”

The updated Mazda CX-5 is on sale now.

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Mazda CX-5 Price List

  • Maxx 2.0L petrol Automatic FWD $35,390
  • Maxx Sport 2.5L petrol Automatic FWD $39,190
  • Maxx Sport 2.5L petrol Automatic AWD $41,690
  • Touring 2.5L petrol Automatic AWD $43,580
  • Touring Active 2.5L petrol Automatic AWD $43,880
  • Touring Active 2.2L turbo diesel Automatic AWD $46,880
  • GT SP 2.5L petrol Automatic AWD $49,190
  • GT SP 2.5L turbo petrol Automatic AWD $51,690
  • Akera 2.5L petrol Automatic AWD $51,380
  • Akera 2.2L turbo diesel Automatic AWD $54,380
  • Akera 2.5L turbo petrol Automatic AWD $53,880

 

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Rob Fraser – General dogsbody & Director Rob is the founder of the business. He constantly mutters something about way too many red wines one evening being to blame. Often known for taking the 4WD in the driveway over the sports car, he has travelled pretty much everywhere in Australia and when he is bored goes for a drive. He first learned to drive on the farm in a left hand drive WW11 Jeep when he was 11, and was hooked on 4WDriving way back then. In addition to 4WD he is an avid motoring enthusiast and has maintained a strong interest in the industry ever since his teens. He has owned way too many cars in his time as well. Having previously lived at the top of corporate life he retired in 2000 and hasn’t put a suit and tie on since. Cars are his passion so why not have a business doing what you love he figures. He has towed either a caravan or camper trailer to most parts of Australia, has run guided tours for camper trailers’ and instructed drivers in off road towing.