Mazda's bold baby CX-9: What people are saying about the redesigned CX-5Tue, 27, Dec 2016
Mazda took to the Los Angeles Auto Show to unveil the latest version of the CX-5 as consumer interest in crossovers remains strong. The redesigned CX-5, a key cog in Mazda's lineup, shares similarities with the larger CX-9 and smaller CX-3. Mazda will also offer a diesel-powered variant. Here's what people are saying about the Mazda CX-5.
Mazda solves its diesel dilemmaMon, 21, Nov 2016
Six years and three delays after Mazda proclaimed its readiness to sell diesels in the United States, CEO Masamichi Kogai says his company has finally achieved a way to balance driving performance with clean emissions.
Mazda's 2017 CX-5 builds on new design language for crossoversWed, 16, Nov 2016
As consumer interest in crossovers continues to strengthen, Mazda unveiled a new compact CX-5 on Tuesday night, a key cog in the automaker's lineup. The 2017 CX-5, which Mazda dubbed a fully redesigned model, features more aggressive styling and a sportier profile.
Mazda's new CX-5 crossover continues premium pushThu, 27, Oct 2016
Mazda will use the upcoming Los Angeles auto show in November to debut an all-new 2017 model of its popular CX-5 crossover, an update that is expected to continue the brand's recent push towards more premium products.
Mazda's premium play with the CX-5Mon, 15, Aug 2016
IIHS may broaden small-overlap ratingThu, 23, Jun 2016
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety said it may add passenger-side evaluations to its influential crashworthiness ratings program after it found that several small crossovers showed disparities in driver- and passenger-side protection in the group's tough small-overlap crash test.
Wagging tongues: Mazda's MX-5 RF and what people thinkSat, 26, Mar 2016
Mazda issues recalls for potential fuel leak, Takata airbagsTue, 02, Feb 2016
Mazda ventures into snowy territoryMon, 25, Jan 2016
Mazda's likely U.S. strategy: Boost sales of crossoversMon, 28, Dec 2015
Masahiro Moro, who takes the reins at Mazda in North America, laid out a likely agenda in an interview in September at the Frankfurt auto show: Build customer loyalty and profits by increasing crossover sales.
Spotlight will shine mostly on practical cars and crossoversSun, 15, Nov 2015
Automakers are leaving the drama to Hollywood. Instead of image-driven luxury models or topless boulevard cruisers, the big news at this week's Los Angeles Auto Show will be more mundane: Think Buick's LaCrosse or Hyundai's Elantra.