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Mazda announces upgrades for CX-5 models in 2014

Mazda announces upgrades for CX-5 models in 2014

In order to ensure the model stays at the top of its game in its class, Mazda has revealed it will be releasing a choice of 20 upgraded CX-5 models for 2014.

The cars will come with revised suspension to improve ride comfort, also helping to increase the range's general refinement. 

All the models are set to be equipped with Mazda's groundbreaking SKYACTIV technology, allowing customers to make the most out of the fuel they use. 

When the car was first launched, the model could deliver 420Nm of torque and achieve 0-62mph acceleration in 8.8 seconds, with fuel economy of 61.4mpg and emissions at just 119g/km of CO2. 

These factors helped the car to achieve the 'Best Buy' award in the Large SUV category in a recent What Car? round-up. 

Peter Allibon, sales director at Mazda UK, said: "This year the upgraded 2014 models will ensure that every Mazda CX-5 continues to offer customers a remarkably compelling ownership proposition, thanks to its great fuel economy, low emissions, fun-to-drive performance, high specifications, attractive pricing, low running costs and excellent residual values."

Customers will be able to chose from 165ps petrol or 150/175ps diesel engines, six-speed manual or automatic transmissions, three specification levels (SE-L, SE-L Lux and Sport, with or without Nav) and 2-wheel drive (2WD) or all-wheel drive (AWD) in the new model line-up. 

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