Every review of these cars since I started looking in 2018 has the exact same tenor...lots and lots of praise over every single aspect of the car, with the only ding (if any are even mentioned) being the infotainment system. Well, they may poke at the smaller cargo space, but that's only a paper comparison...none have ever said they couldn't carry what they tried to.
I feel like a little kid, smiling when I read reviews of a car I've got sitting in my driveway. My only regret is not discovering the brand earlier in my driving career.
You've likely mentioned this before, but what would you be driving if not the CX-5?I feel pretty much the same way about ours. However, without the turbo, I would not be driving one.
So much of this stuff is not documented anywhere.Recently found out you can switch between Carplay and Mazda interface by holding Home button. Really improves the experience for me.
Same here. I bought new Mazda in 2007. It was a great handling car that I thoroughly enjoyed as a second car to my truck. I started looking at a new car a couple years ago and checked out the Mazda’s even though I knew they didn’t have much I was interested in other than the MX5 which really didn’t fit my needs. Looked around at some Audi’s and Merc‘s but just couldn’t find the right one and didn’t really want to spend that much. Once the turbo came out I went back in and drove the Mazda and was sold. It’s the 3rd Mazda I’ve owned and they have all been solid cars that I have put over 100k on with no problems.I feel pretty much the same way about ours. However, without the turbo, I would not be driving one.
You've likely mentioned this before, but what would you be driving if not the CX-5?