2016 Mazda CX-5 Crossover | Driven Car Reviews | The New York Times
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2015 Mazda CX-5 AWD Muddy Off-Road Review on Everyman Driver
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Mazda CX-5 - Bi-Xenon with AFS and HBC
This video is a quick demonstration of the high beam control of the CX-5. The lights showing the state of this include a green indicator (light with "A") under the tacho. This shows that the high beams are on and being auto controlled. The system uses a video camera mounted in the windscreen to detect lighting conditions and vehicles in sight (both brake lights and headlights). If the system detects the right conditions, the high beams are enabled (blue high beam indicator under the speedo). The system does this automatically and doesn't need the driver to interact. In this video, the system activates twice.
2015 Mazda CX 3 1.5 diesel 0-100km/h & engine sound
2015 Mazda CX 3 Maxx 1.5D 0-100km/h & engine sound. Head over to http://performancedrive.com.au/2015-mazda-cx-3-maxx-1-5-diesel-review-video -0312/ for the full review. 2015 Mazda CX-3 Maxx 1.5 diesel 1.5-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder 77kW and 270Nm Six-speed auto, front-wheel drive 0-100km/h in 10.6 seconds (as tested) The small SUV segment is fiercer than ever at the moment, and to stir some chilli into the mixture of multipurpose runabouts, Mazda has launched this. It's called the Mazda CX-3. Its mission is to follow in the footsteps of its bigger brother (CX-5), and become the most popular SUV in its class. Mazda Australia launched the CX-3 in March. It comes in four main variant levels, with two engine options. The majority of them are front-wheel drive but there are four-wheel drive versions if you're a bit adventurous. We're testing the lower mid-spec FWD 'Maxx' variant with the new 1.5-litre SkyActiv-D turbo-diesel four-cylinder. The unit produces 77kW and an impressive 270Nm, while offering an official average consumption of just 4.8L/100km. The local arm expects the Maxx to be the most popular variant, attributing to around 55 per cent of sales. Mazda also forecasts a monthly sales sum of around 1000. However, during its debut month on the market 814 examples were sold, followed by 1396 in April, and then 1035 in May. Needless to say, it's off to a cracking start. ...to continue reading the review simply follow the link at the top of the page.