2019/02/11 | Test drive
Some Road Tests Of The 2019 Mazda CX-5 Signature
Mazda is adding a new version to the 2019 Mazda CX-5 catalog, the Signature model. Better equipped and more efficient than any compact SUV, the Signature version of the Mazda CX-9 is for those who do not want to compromise.
It’s not surprising that the media appreciated this new version. Let's take a closer look.
The CX-5 catalog remains the same for 2019 with the GS, GX and GT versions. New is the addition of the Signature variant, but there are some tweaks to the entire range.
For example, heated seats are now delivered with the base version and ventilated bucket seats now appear in the livery. GT, just like the retractable mirrors. What interests us, however, is the newcomer and what she adds to the offering.
In terms of equipment, its list of course includes all the paraphernalia when it comes to security and connectivity, including, finally, the integration of the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto applications. In this regard, the company has repeated to us how urgent this is to customer demand. To explain the delay, we were told that the challenge was adapting to the controls (non-touch) of the Mazda multimedia system - Auto123
In less snow-covered areas, the engine's 310 lb-ft of torque was noticeable as soon as you tickled the accelerator. This is particularly useful in passing maneuvers or when you want to join the flow of traffic. It is these torque ranges that the engineers have optimized, the same for the automatic gearbox which promotes pick-ups at cruising speed.
Few vehicles of its kind offer as much oomph, even on the luxury SUV side. In fact, its 310 lb-ft of torque, no matter what type of fuel you choose, propels the CX-5 Signature to the top of the line when it comes to performance and dynamism. That's far superior to the 184 lb-ft of the Toyota RAV4 and 179 lb-ft of the segment-leading Honda CR-V - The Car Guide
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