The GS version is available for $ 31,600 and adds a touch of luxury, with leather wrapped around the cabin, as well as a heated steering wheel, automatic headlight leveling, electric tailgate and defroster. ‘front wiper.
All-wheel drive is an option available on the GX and GS trims for an additional $ 2,000, while higher trim models come standard with this capability.
The GS Comfort Package, at $ 34,600, adds dual-zone automatic climate control, rear seat vents, power sunroof and Mazda advanced keyless entry.
A brand new addition to the lineup is the CX-5 Kuro Edition for $ 36,400. With Polymetal Gray Metallic or Jet Black Mica exterior paint, the Kuro Edition includes all of the amenities of the CX-5 GS AWD with Comfort Package, but adds a 10-way power driver’s seat with power lumbar support and two seat adjustments. memory, plus six power passenger seat.
The CX-5 GT costs $ 37,800 and comes standard with the 2.5-liter engine, but a turbocharged variant is also available for $ 39,800. Borrowed from the Mazda3 turbo, the engine develops 250 horsepower and 320 lb-ft. of torque on premium fuel; or 227 horsepower and 310 lb-ft. couple regularly.
CX-5 Signature versions have the most tech and start at $ 42,050; They come with Smart City Rear Brake Assist and Driver Attention Alert, as well as the 360 ° View Monitor with front and rear parking sensors.
There’s also a CX-5 100th Anniversary Edition that’ll set you back $ 43,550, although it features an exclusive color scheme, Snowflake White Pearl exterior paint paired with garnet red nappa leather upholstery and matching red floor mats.
There are also four premium paint colors to choose from: Snowflake White Pearl ($ 200), Polymetal Gray Metallic ($ 200), Machine Gray Metallic ($ 300), and Soul Red Crystal Metallic ($ 450).