The Mazda CX-5 is getting a little makeover. He who is in his sixth year of marketing offers himself a small update so discreet that it can hardly be described as a restyling, which had already taken place last year. Rather, they are small improvements for the 2022 vintage.
The first is the appearance of a driving mode selector called Mi-Drive. In particular, it provides access to a specific off-road mode on models equipped with four-wheel drive. Mazda has also reworked the damping, sound insulation and parts of the SUV’s structure to improve comfort on degraded surfaces.
Aesthetically, this CX-5 cru 2022 inherits a new 3D effect grille and redesigned lights. A great classic, then, but we should note the appearance of the new “sand Zircon” color in the catalog, which contrasts with the gray and red that we are often used to seeing at Mazda.
On the technological side, the CX-5 now benefits from a “Qi” induction charger, adaptive LED lights but also CTS (Cruising & Traffic Support) which provides a driving assistant in traffic jams with the management of the vehicle. accelerator, brake and steering by artificial intelligence.