2013 Mazda CX-5 Consumer Review: Update to driver from Salt Lak

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Update to driver from Salt Lake City
By utahdriver on


2013 Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl 6A)


After 2,600 miles everything is going great.
The performance is better after the 2,000 mile mark.
No problems to date.
The last three gas fill-ups used 33 gallons with 921 miles driven, 27.9 miles per gallon in mixed city/highway.
This car is very tight and drives like a dream on the highway.
I really like the blind spot monitor system and the center rear seat fold down is handy for long items.
For you owners with the auto I found that by shifting to Neutral and pressing the engine off button the radio/blue tooth says on, and engine is off.
Then shift into park and
finish the phone call or radio until you exit.
Just push the engine run button twice to completely turn off the car.

Now have 37,000 miles and still running great. Great in the snow. Updated tires to pirelli tires cinturato p7 at 34,000 miles.
Have had no problems and averaging 27 to 28 MPG. Would recommend the CX 5 over any other crossover on the market.

Now have 43000 miles and still running great. No problems. New Pirelli tires are wearing much better than OEM tires.
See a lot of CX 5's on the road. Would definitely buy again.

Now have 54,000 mile and still running great. Would still buy again, hard to pass up training in on a 2017 but car is doing great and no payments.

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