The 2021 Mazda CX-5 SUV has been revised for 2020, with prices starting at £29,060 for the SE-L 2WD and rising to £39,085 for the GT Sport AWD automatic. Since its launch, more than 25,000 examples of the second-generation CX-5 have found homes, with over 60,000 examples sold since the nameplate arrived in UK showrooms in 2012.
Not wanting to change a formula that is clearly appealing to customers, the changes for 2020 are relatively minor, with new touchscreen software that allows the mapping to extend to the outer edges of the display, and there’s also the choice of a new colour, called Polymetal Grey metallic, which made its first appearance on the Mazda3 last year. Enhancements to the sound insulation are designed to boost refinement to the interior. The updated CX-5 is available to order now from Mazda dealers.