Mazda CX-5 Maxx
2.0 L SKYACTIV-G (PE-VPS) I4
The Mazda Minagi (マツダ 勢; adapted as MINAGI) idea vehicle, disclosed at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, was the first Mazda vehicle to join the organization’s Kodo plan language and SkyActiv advancements. Its plan filled in as the base for the CX-5, which replaces both the Mazda Tribute and the Mazda CX-7.
The CX-5 was first appeared at the September 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show. The Japanese model was divulged at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, while a modified variation including a red outside body shading, combination wheels painted in matte dark, and a somewhat lower body tallness was revealed in 2012 at the Tokyo Motor Salon.
Creation models went on special in 2012, with a decision of a SkyActiv-D 2.2L or SkyActiv-G 2.0L motor coordinated to a SkyActiv-Drive six-speed programmed transmission. At its presentation in 2012, it won the Car of the Year Japan Award.
Motor and drivetrain
The CX-5 is accessible with both front-haggle wheel drive, fueled by the PE-VPS 2.0-liter petroleum four-chamber motor equipped for 162 bhp (121 kW; 164 PS) and 155 lb⋅ft (210 N⋅m) averaging an expected 28 mpg‑imp (10 L/100 km; 23 mpg‑US) and transmitting around 139 g/km of carbon dioxide.
It is additionally accessible with the SH-VPTS 2.2-liter two-phase turbocharged diesel motor with either 147 bhp (110 kW; 149 PS) and 280 lb⋅ft (380 N⋅m) or 173 bhp (129 kW; 175 PS) or 310 lb⋅ft (420 N⋅m), emanating an expected 119 and 139 g/km of CO2, individually. Fuel utilization for the passage level diesel motor with front-wheel drive is 63 mpg‑imp (4.5 L/100 km; 52 mpg‑US).