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An all-new model for 2013, the CX-5 was the first Mazda to fully encompass the brand's SkyActiv technology -- developed with the philosophy that obtaining more power, torque and miles per gallon does not need to come at the expense of fuel economy, design or safety.
With the CX-5, Mazda has created a crossover SUV with striking style and sensible purpose. Powered by a 2-liter gasoline engine, the CX-5 offered the best fuel economy of any gasoline-powered SUV when it hit showrooms in early 2012.
Mazda debuted the CX-5 in 2013, offering drivers an athletic, well-equipped and fuel-efficient crossover SUV. The CX-5 has a sportier design than many rivals, and its 2-liter four-cylinder engine puts out a satisfactory 155 horsepower. Handling is responsive and dynamic, and ride quality is smooth. The interior is surprisingly spacious, and three trim levels mean plenty of standard and optional features at a competitive price. The CX-5 also earned the IIHS's top crash test rating.