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Mazda News: Mazda Teases 2017 CX-5

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Mazda has dropped a teaser picture of the 2017 CX-5 crossover that will be debuting at the LA Auto Show next month. The key item we can tell you is that the vehicle will be offered in red. Okay, we are being slightly snarky here. There are some details we can pull out once we have done slight tweaks to the photo (which you can check out in the gallery below).

The CX-5 will be taking some details from the larger CX-9 such as longer front end, new grille and headlight treatment, and a revised greenhouse. 

We'll have more details on the 2017 CX-5 in the coming weeks.

Source: Mazda
Press Release is on Page 2


All-New 2017 Mazda CX-5 to Premiere at Los Angeles Auto Show

HIROSHIMA, Japan —Mazda Motor Corporation announced today that the all-new 2017 Mazda CX-5 will make its world premiere at the Los Angeles Auto Show, open to the public November 18-27. Mazda will hold a press conference at 12:50 p.m. on November 16, the first of two press days.

With the all-new CX-5 crossover SUV, Mazda has further refined every element of its design and technology to offer new dimensions of driving pleasure. Taking the KODO—Soul of Motion design concept to a new level, the company has honed the car’s beauty, imparting a powerful combination of sophistication and strength. 

Mazda’s Exhibits at the Los Angeles Auto Show

Vehicles scheduled for sale All-new Mazda CX-5 [world premiere], Mazda MX-5 RF
Vehicles on sale

Mazda3, Mazda6, Mazda CX-3, Mazda CX-5 (current model),

Mazda CX-9

Reference exhibits Mazda Prototype (race car) [world premiere]
Technology exhibits

SKYACTIV-G 2.0 (gasoline engine)

SKYACTIV-G 2.5 (gasoline engine)

SKYACTIV-G 2.5T (direct-injection turbocharged gasoline engine)


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Mazda is building some nice smaller SUV's.  Was in the Mazda show room looking at Miatas and watching customers.  Many were very impressed with the current crop.  This should be another nice choice in the lineup.

I really do like Mazda as kind of a plucky independent, they are almost like a modern day Studebaker.

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Maybe a CXx-5 with the turbo?! hahahah

as a mazda6 owner, i still love how the car looks from the side, Cx-9's language has pushed that aggressive/stylish face a tad farther. this 5 will still look like progress compared to the last "gen".
now when will Skyactiv 2.0 happen?  2 years or 4?

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