Mazda has updated the SUV model with a slight revision with the efficient changes it has implemented for the CX-5 2020 model. Mazda adds cylinder closing technology to the petrol SUV model, as well as minor revisions to the cabin and refinement. The updated Mazda CX-5 stands out with its fine tuning. The Japanese SUV model, which will come up with a 165 hp Skyactiv-G gasoline engine, comes with cylinder closing technology. However, innovations are limited to manual gearbox for now.
SkyActiv-G unit instead of SkyActiv-X
With the new system, Mazda CX-5 will be able to reduce fuel consumption by closing the two cylinders in its engine. The Japanese SUV claims to achieve up to 8 percent reduction in CO2 emissions in WLTP test procedures. The Mazda CX-5 does not include the SkyActiv-X unit with SCCI ignition system. Instead, we come up with the updated SkyActiv-G. The Skyactiv-G unit is an older engine than the Skyactiv X unit on the Mazda 3 and CX-30. Therefore, it does not have spark controlled ignition technology.
Multimedia screen has been revised
Other tweaks include a multimedia screen and a revised navigation system aimed at being useful with better performance. In addition, extra sound insulation is applied to improve the refinement in the cabin. Several updates have been made to the CX-5 since its launch in 2017. Last year, the CX-5, which was updated with new suspension components, anti-roll bar, also increased its high-speed stability with the G-Vectoring Control system.
Mazda UK manager Jeremy Thomson said, “The CX-5 is Mazda; stylish, great to use and shows that there is an SUV that can attract customers among its premium competitors. The CX-5 is a sophisticated, practical and stylish SUV that provides outstanding balance of handling and handling. ” found comments.
The prices of the 2020 CX-5, which will be available in the UK from April 1, are priced at £ 27,030. The flagship variants increased to 39,085 pounds.