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Mazda Reveals All New Sportier Than Ever 2017 CX-5

Update Date: Nov 30, 2016 04:45 AM EST

Mazda has certainly stolen the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show as it debuted both the Mazda CX-5 and the Mazda CX-9, redefining the term "SUV". Mazda CX-5 is the smaller sibling of the Mazda CX-9, but comes with all the fun the larger of the two SUV offers.

The CX-5 is a hit this year, as it reinvents the compact SUV segment, and would surely be a hit with youngsters who want the utility of an SUV but also want their car to be sleek and head turning. The latest generation Mazda CX-5 comes with a host of new features.

The CX-5 comes with an increased 10mm wider body, and a slightly lowered stance, that gives it a menacing yet balanced look on the road. Redesigned C-pillars on the car have aided designers to opt for a sportier look with narrowed down headlights and taillights.

The interiors are posh and the car also comes with a better instrument cluster with a 4.6-inch screen with it, along with a big 7-inch display sitting grandly on the dash.

Riding dynamics and safety have also been given importance as the car comes with torque vectoring control, radar cruise control, traffic sign recognition and a host of other safety features. There is also a higher variant of the Mazda, the MPS variant.

The CX-5 has been rendered by X-Tomi Design, giving it a distinct sporty look. The render has been given a better front bumper along with a lip spoiler. The ride height is also lowered, the grille is trimmed, and the wheels have been enlarged.

Mazda is appealing to the millennials and youngsters with this kind of a design language and performance add-ons. The finished product is nice to look at, and we hope to see this version of the Mazda on the roads soon enough in 2017.


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