Indepth Car Review: Mazda CX-5 FULL REVIEW 2.5 Skyactiv-G COD test CX5 2018 – Autogefühl

Indepth Car Review: Mazda CX-5 FULL REVIEW 2.5 Skyactiv-G COD test CX5 2018 – Autogefühl

Awesome Review: Mazda CX-5 FULL REVIEW 2.5 Skyactiv-G COD test CX5 2018 – Autogefühl



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32 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: Mazda CX-5 FULL REVIEW 2.5 Skyactiv-G COD test CX5 2018 – Autogefühl”

  1. What happens if you're using the ACC and you follow a car up to a tee junction that then stops to wait for a gap in the traffic before moving off. Does the ACC just send you out potentially into on-coming traffic?

  2. Another comprehensive and highly technical review covering what the prospective buyer needs to know. Definitely going on the shortlist as an alternative to the diesel.

  3. I drive a 2017 CX-9 Signature with the 2.5 turbo petrol engine. Its very impressive, especially regarding torque figures. I left GM recently, and I did not enjoy their AFM cylinder deactivation. If I were to drive a CX-5 with the ability to deactivate two cylinders, I would want to be in complete control of that process.

  4. Like many manufactures unless you go for leather you have to live with a dark/dull interior trim. A lighter trim without leather would be appreciated.

  5. I own the car and I never get to know at what speeds is the cylinder deactivation is working. It would have been better if it displayed it in the infotainment system like the hybrid cars. The dealership told me it works only at 40 km/h and 80km/h. Not sure if anyone drives at those speeds constantly.. I would personally think it works between those speeds.

  6. Hello I've been watching your reviews on the  compact SUV segment they are great full detail reviews, I have to ask in your opinion which one has the best interior: Honda CRV, Mazda CX5, Toyota Rav4 or Subaru Forrester???

  7. Thomas's thorough reviews are helpful if you are considering the purchase of a new car. I've ruled out the Subaru Forester because of the CVT. The Mazda CX-5 is looking good, and so is the Volvo CX-40. Thanks, Thomas!

  8. You do such a nice job of being informative without being boring, really great review! Side note: your eyes are stunning!!!! I literally couldn't stop staring at them lol

  9. I have a 2009 Honda Element. I ❤️❤️❤️my Element, but it is a very bare-bones vehicle, with no luxury or high technology features whatsoever. Three days ago I picked up a new 2018 CX-5 Touring as a rental (and I do mean new because when I got it from the rental company the vehicle only had 98 miles showing on the odometer). While I have no reference point to compare it to other current compact SUV's, I am very impressed with the Mazda. It is smooth, quiet, and very comfortable. The cabin looks and feels very high quality, easily as good as my mother's (old) 2004 Lexus. My only "gripe" is that with so much cabin tech I am still looking through the owners manual and diddling with buttons and dials trying to figure it all out. Also, it lacks Apple CarPlay, which would be nice to have since the car is not equipped with the optional navigation installed.

  10. Another reason for the horsepower discrepancy between markets: Germany and other European countries use PS ( Pferdestärke), whereas America uses brake horsepower. One PS is equal to 0.986 horsepower.

  11. Currently rocking a CX-5 Facelift (previous generation). I love the review, but in total the quality and design doesn't pull me to order a new CX-5. I've ordered a Seat Ateca FR instead. Anyways, thanks for this detailed review Thomas. 😉

  12. I think it's funny how Thomas described both the Mazda3 and CX-5 as being comfort-oriented and not that sporty when reviewers in North America and Australia (and to a lesser extent, the UK) typically rate Mazdas as being the number one or two most sporty cars in their segments. What exactly is Thomas comparing them to? BMWs and Jaguars? The whole idea of Mazda these days is to be more fun to drive than their price competitors ('Zoom Zoom'), of which they tend to do a good job while making compromises in some other areas (NVH is the most notorious, which they are addressing, along with a lack of high power engine configurations).

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