Mazda CX-5 Runs On Enhanced Technology G-Vectoring Control

Jan 12, 2017 08:35 PM EST | Hem Cervantes

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Mazda second generation is more athletic in styling, handling and with tough performance. The 2018 Mazda CX-5 redesign brings development and changes that give a sharper take on the already sleek-looking KODO design language without bringing revolutionary changes.

"Refined all aspects of its award-winning compact SUV's design and technology to deliver new dimensions of driving the joy. The carmaker has taken the CX-5's KODO,  Soul of Motion exterior to a new level, sharpening the car's beauty and imparting a formidable combination of sophistication and power," said.

The new front dominates by a large deep-set, chrome framed mesh grille that runs under the LED headlights. The new Mazda features a greenhouse lower and longer by 10 mm mesh grille framed. The front and rear track come wider than before. The model also offers better visibility that is being pushed back for an additional 35 mm.

The overall exterior comes as the redesigned CX-5 which appears both athletic and stylish at the same time. Mazda will also bring in a new Soul Red Crystal body paint that symbolizes an evolution in the brand's color techniques.

One of the most major improvements is the Mazda's new G-Vectoring control system. This system works together with the SkyActiv range that usually provides an improved driving experience.

The gasoline will use the same 2.0-liter and 2.5-liter engines found in the old model. Their power output will be rated at 155 and 184 horsepower. Customers can choose between front wheel drive and all-wheel drive. The CX-5 model will be expecting to keep the manual gearbox option which is offering presently.

Following the redesigning of the 2018 Mazda CX-5, this SUV which is highly famous will become even more eye-catching to the buyers. This vehicle has no definite date of arrival, but it will be in the market sometime in 2018.

 

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