Mazda CX-5 News
Mazda Motor Corp forecast a record annual operating loss on Friday as the Japanese automaker continues to be pummelled by falling vehicle sales due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Japan's No. 5 automaker anticipates a 40 billion yen (291.67 million pounds) loss for the year to March, joining a growing number of automakers including Ford Motor Co and Nissan Motor Co which expect annual losses after the virus shuttered vehicle plants and kept customers away from car dealerships.
A Skyactiv-X and Skyactiv-D I6 will appear in a new larger vehicle platform
We've got the 2.2-liter Skyactiv-D in the CX-5 – but it ain't cheap
New turbo engine makes it an even better choice (unless you have a baby).
Fun has never been the CX-5's problem, but extra power is welcome.