The Mazda CX-5, a small SUV with great driving pleasures, is an excellent choice. Edmunds has consistently rated the CX-5 highly over the years. The Mazda CX-5 was born in 2023. It is a compact SUV very similar to the CX-5. While there are some differences between them, they both fill the same place in Mazda’s lineup. Although we don’t know when the CX-5 will make a comeback in 2019, we don’t expect any major changes.
If the CX-5 returns, we expect the 2024 Mazda CX-5 to use the same formula. The CX-5 may not be as spacious as its rivals in terms of cargo space or legroom, but it offers the best performance at a fair price. Edmunds editors rated the CX-5 the “best-handling small crossover.” Its appeal is only increased by the 2023 standardization for all-wheel drive. The base engine produces 187 horsepower. However, the turbocharged version is a fun and exciting SUV.
2024 Mazda CX-5 Redesign
The Mazda CX-5 offers a comfortable ride and a pleasant interior. If you’re looking for a daily car that has more space than a sedan, the Mazda CX-5 is a great choice. Rumors suggest the Mazda CX-5 may be discontinued. It is currently part of the second generation. Since the introduction of the CX-50, Mazda’s compact SUV range has been under threat. Mazda did the same thing with the CX-3 when the CX-30 came out. The CX-5 could be discontinued, but no confirmation has been made. The CX-5 is expected to be a carryover model in 2024.
The exterior design of the 2024 CX-5 will remain the same as the current one. The SUV looks more expensive with its sporty, sleek design. The CX-5’s front features slim headlights that lead to a shield-shaped grille. The smooth front fascia features a rectangular, slim air intake. The sides of the CX-5 have a thin body cladding with a prominent line connecting headlights and taillights. A small spoiler is located at the rear. The rear ends of the SUV have triangular taillights with dual exhaust outlets. A round liftgate is available.
The interior design of the CX-5 is too luxurious. We don’t expect any major changes for 2024. The dashboard’s design is simple and it rises when it reaches its destination, which is the instrument cluster. The dashboard’s central display, which is located at the top of the dashboard, sits above squared-off vents. The HVAC system’s physical controls can be found low on the console’s central console, making them easy to use. The CX-5 SUV is unique among other SUVs of its class. The screen is controlled by a dial and some other controls behind the shift knob.
Every CX-5 comes with a 10.2-inch screen, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and two USB ports. The CX-5 includes a 10-speaker audio system, a wireless charging station, and satellite radio. There are also two USB ports. These features will be available on the 2024 CX-5.
Mazda offers two engines to power the CX-5. We expect them to be around until 2024. The 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine produces 187 horsepower and 186 lbft of torque. A turbocharged, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine can produce 256 horsepower and 320 pounds-feet of torque. The standard features include an automatic six-speed transmission and all-wheel drive.
Standard safety features on the CX-5 include automatic emergency braking and forward collision warning. There are safety features available such as a driver alert monitor and a surround-view parking cam, parking sensors, and traffic sign recognition.
2024 Mazda CX-5 Price & Release Date
Mazda has yet to confirm when the 2024 CX-5 will go on sale. If the SUV is reintroduced in 2024, we expect the CX-5 to be priced the same as the current model. The SUV’s current price range is between $27,975 to $40,925 (including delivery).
The Mazda CX-5 is competitive against the Honda CR-V, Kia Sportage, and Hyundai Hyundai Tucson. It also competes with the Volkswagen Tiguan (small SUV), Nissan Rogue (small SUV), Mazda CX-50 (small SUV), Subaru Forster (large SUV), and the Toyota RAV4(large SUV).