Mazda has updated its SUV, the CX-5 for the Thai market and the diesel version will cost between 1.53 and 1.69 million baht (Rs 29.50 to 32.59 lakh), and the petrol costs between 1.22 and 1.33 million baht (Rs 23.52 to 25.65 lakh).
On the whole, the facelifted CX-5 will get restyled exteriors, new safety features and tweaked motors to make them more frugal and eco-friendly. Apart from the dropping the 2.5-litre variant, the facelifted CX-5 will sport the same engines; the 2.2-litre diesel that’s now been tuned to deliver 17.5kmpl and the 2.0-litre petrol motor which now returns 14.5kmpl.
A new front grille can be seen splitting the fresh pair of adaptive head lamps that also sport the LED daytime running lights. On the inside, customers can now taste the latest music system called MZD Connect, and a new drive mode selector that can change the cars driving attributes. Safety features include Mazda’s i-Active Sense package which comprises of lane departure warning, automatic braking at low speeds, blind spot monitoring and rear traffic alert.