The Japanese brand has defied convention, believing that Mazda has the higher fuel efficiency and lowers CO2 emissions that can be obtained from traditional internal combustion engines. Mazda wants to believe their car is fun and doesn't want to compromise on handling by adding heavy batteries or limiting range.
Instead of hybrid technology, Mazda has developed Skyactiv technology, a combination of lighter materials and intelligent technology that makes Mazda cars lighter. Lighter cars are more economical, emit less CO2, and are generally more fun to drive.
The first of these new Mazda cars is the new CX-5, which was launched in the market. This is a very exciting new car that has been very well received by automotive customers and journalists alike. The CX-5 is available to order now and deliveries will begin later in the spring with prices starting at 21,395, which is very competitive for the compact crossover market. You can also view our CX-5 stock at West End Mazda in North Parramatta, NSW when you are thinking to buy this model.
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The CX-5 is available from various dealers in Parramatta and comes in four trim levels. Standard equipment on the CX-5 SE-L model 17-inches alloy wheels, air conditioning, plus front and rear parking sensors and tinted windows. The sports equipment adds 19-inch alloy wheels, bi-xenon headlights, heated leather seats, and a reverse camera.
Skyactiv technology is best represented in the very economical 2.2-liter diesel model with 2.2 liters. When paired with a six-speed manual transmission, the CX-5 hits 61.4 mpg and puts out 119 g/km of Co2, placing the car in the 30-year-old C mass control group. The new Mazda CX-5 is sure to impress!