2023 TURBO Mazda CX5 walk around, review, 0-60, and more!

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    Automotive Anonymous Automotive Anonymous

    What’s up guys! Big shout out to Goode Mazda in Southern Idaho for allowing me to trial their vehicle for the day, check them out if you’re in the market, link below. This is a well rounded very refined CUV with some fun turbo power. It’s a solid competitor in its class and in todays testing shown to be a great all around vehicle for what it’s engineered to be.

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Tom Scharf
Tom Scharf

I bought the exact model you tested just about the time you released this video. Traded in a fully loaded 2013 Acura RDX w/ V6. The Acura may have been a bit more powerful, but far less refined. When entering passing gear, the downshift was abrupt, and too low, resulting in massive torque steer that almost ripped the steering wheel out of my hands. I'm in love with the smooth shifting and power curve in the Mazda. When it comes to the driving experience, there's no comparison. The Acura was a boat...soft suspension that leaned too much in the corners and bounced badly when going over a speed bump. Acura's electric power steering had zero driver feedback so I always had to be super alert while the Mazda almost drives itself. I'd say the only advantage of the Acura was storage space...deeper, longer console and longer rear storage with the seats down.

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Automotive Anonymous
Automotive Anonymous

Glad you’ve had a great experience with your new CX-5! Congrats on the upgrade! I’ll likely drive a non turbo premium tomorrow and post the video within a few days. I’m excited to see how that compares to the turbo I got to drive. Also very interested in the 0-60 differences 😀 thanks for watching!!

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God_Laughs _At_Atheists
God_Laughs _At_Atheists

I have a 2021 CX-5 CE Turbo w/ AWD. Bought it in Feb. 2021. It only has 2300 miles on it now. I changed the oil/filter at 800 miles, and then 2000 miles. I've hauled a lot of stuff in it already... cement blocks, bags of dirt, black kow fertilizer, 8 foot posts, and plenty of groceries. I've washed and waxed it twice. And the interior still smells new. It's a sweet vehicle.

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Bryton Munro
Bryton Munro

800 miles and 2000 miles??? Why?? 2000 miles is Roughly 3200KM’s. Mazda recommends every 16,000km’s from factory. Why so often..? I went to get an oil change at 12,000km’s and they said it still looked new, wasn’t necessary to change it yet, and told me to come back after another 4,000 KM’s.

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Automotive Anonymous
Automotive Anonymous

That’s awesome! I’m glad to hear you’ve enjoyed yours as put it to use lol. Who needs a truck anyways? Haha. 😀

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Stephen Winter
Stephen Winter

Greetings from southern Ontario Canada I have the 2019Mazda GS sport hatchback with the 2.5 litre cylinder deactivation which cuts down on fuel usage on the highway and I rely on the consumers report magazine annual vehicle thanks for the video

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Automotive Anonymous
Automotive Anonymous

Greetings! Those are very cool, and with their higher compression your 2.5 is probably quite peppy right? What kind of mileage do you get? Before Mazda I haven’t heard much about other brands having the 4 cylinder engine having cylinder deactivation, pretty cool!

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blockmasterscott
blockmasterscott

Question, at 3:13 you can see the spending $1250 more on gas than other cars over 5 years, which seems like a gas guzzler. Is it the same on the non turbo version?

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Automotive Anonymous
Automotive Anonymous

Gotta keep in mind the benefits that come with the premium price. One big one you have substantially more power which is fun, but more importantly can be used to accelerate at safe speeds to merge or pass in traffic. Especially when the vehicle is weighted down or driving at altitude. 🙂

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blockmasterscott
blockmasterscott

@Philippe Gagnon Appreciate you answering!

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Philippe Gagnon
Philippe Gagnon

I had a 2019 GT non Turbo and was averaging around 10.2l/100km (i'm Canadian sorry) and i recently got a 2023 Sport Design Turbo and i'm averaging around 12l/100km. I'm doing most of my travel in the city so i don't really do highway driving but i'm pretty sure you could average around 11l/100km if you mostly use higways. So overall, from my experience, it's not that much more from what you get with that powerful of an engine. Especially for the price range!

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Foe Hammer
Foe Hammer

Less that 600 miles on it so not broken in yet 😬 I believe manual says 600 miles keeping it under 4k rpm

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Automotive Anonymous
Automotive Anonymous

Thanks for watching! 😬😲😀

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TheGillederais
TheGillederais

Do you think if you fill it with 93octane could it goes faster 0-60? Also, did it have any torque steer when you launch it?

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Automotive Anonymous
Automotive Anonymous

Good question, it should be a few 10ths faster with premium fuel based off of how this engine is tuned to respond to the octane level the sensors detect. No torque steer that I remember, or not enough to be memorable! 🙂

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Cody Lyons
Cody Lyons

2023 is literally the same as the 2022

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Automotive Anonymous
Automotive Anonymous

@Ben Russell yeah for sure! Its not perfect, but what vehicle is 😛

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Automotive Anonymous
Automotive Anonymous

@TheRedSalmon61 they are gorgeous! In the next couple days I’ll post a 2023 soul red premium I drove. Very pleasant experience! And less wind noise in the video 😜

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Ben Russell
Ben Russell

@Automotive Anonymous It just needs an interior refresh. A little more rear passenger legroom and a touch screen would be nice. The exterior has aged beautifully, especially now that they've brought the lighting up to full LED.

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TheRedSalmon61
TheRedSalmon61

@Automotive Anonymous this body style is not aging lol. still easily the best looking CUV especially after the refresh.

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Automotive Anonymous
Automotive Anonymous

Basically! It will be interesting to see what the next generation cx5 looks like as this body style is starting to age. However the tech and powertrain are very modern and relevant for its class. 😀

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I_I__l___l___I__I_I

Why black skirts? WHY?!

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Automotive Anonymous
Automotive Anonymous

Lol, good question! I like this White, but the Soul Red on the Premium I just posted sure is a good looking color in person! Thanks for watching! 🙂

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Frosty Nuts
Frosty Nuts

Any good mechanic would tell you not to get a turbo and I agree so go for the standard motor if you want it to last. Bad info dude!

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Jaye Mark
Jaye Mark

I would’ve bought the model without turbo but the cylinders shut off when stopped at red lights. I want the engine on all the time in today’s world.🤔😏

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Automotive Anonymous
Automotive Anonymous

If maximum long term reliability due to fewer moving parts and plumbing is you’re only concern than in MOST circumstances you’re probably right. Also depends on individual engine built quality and engineering… But, if you care about enjoying acceleration and safety, by being able to timely pass on the highway or out of a busy intersection for overall safety of yourself, passengers, and other drivers then I kindly disagree. 🙂 Thanks for watching!

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William Hager
William Hager

Too much wind noise makes this painful to watch.

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Automotive Anonymous
Automotive Anonymous

Thanks for trying! Lol, cool car but it was a rough day with the wind. 🙃

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