Sleek and sophisticated, there are clean lines and smooth curves that make up the signature of the Mazda CX-5. It’s got a narrow nose and soft angles that ebb and flow breezily through the design. In fact, the only thing wrong with the exterior of a Mazda CX-5 is how often you see it on the road.
Inside is a testament to minimalist design and it goes to show that even on a lower spec model like this Maxx Sport, a simple layout means it still works well.
There is a smooth, curved dashboard that’s soft to touch, which always makes things more premium, with a leather steering wheel that feels good. The seats are cloth and comfortable.
The centre console is well designed and the standout feature is that… there are no standout features. It’s not fussy and that’s a good thing. No overload of buttons fighting for space, so everything is functional and easy to use.