2016 Mazda CX-5 Receives More Standard Features
Last Friday, in an attempt to add value, and reduce trim level structure complexity, Mazda announced that its bestselling compact crossover, the Mazda CX-5, is receiving a few upgrades for the 2016.5 models.
Previously part of the Rear View Camera Package on the Sport trim level, a backup camera is now standard on all Mid-model year trim levels that are equipped with Mazda’s SKYACTIV-Drive automatic transmission. Additionally, Touring and Grand Touring models add navigation and heated front seats as standard equipment.
“The added content in 2016.5 Mazda CX-5 reflects our customers’ tastes toward premium features in a compelling, fun-to-drive, stylish crossover,” said Robert Davis, Senior VP of U.S. Operations, MNAO. “Mazda CX-5 buyers are educated, upwardly mobile, active-lifestyle individuals. With these updates, we aim to provide them with an even greater ownership experience.”
The 2016.5 Mazda CX-5 will go on sale in January.