2017 Mazda CX-5 ratings and reviews
For 2017 the Mazda CX-5 has been significantly updated, including the addition of a tablet infotainment screen in the center console along with a rotary dial control. Under the hood, you’ll find that the base edition, the GX, is powered by a 2L four-cylinder engine that can put out 187 horsepower on both the FWD and AWD automatic versions, while the manual is only capable of 155 horsepower. Taking a step up, the GS trim is available in both FWD and AWD, and it uses a slightly larger 2.5L engine instead for extra power. Finally, you can opt for the GT trim which is only available in AWD and which uses the same powerful 2.5L motor and 6-speed automatic transmission. Inside you’ll find a backup camera as standard in all trims, while navigation can be found in the GT model. Similarly, blind spot sensors are standard in both the GS and GT trim, as well as heated front seats.