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2023 MazdaCX-5 2.5 S Select Package For Sale

in San Jose, CA
$ 28,845
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Key features of this 2023 Mazda CX-5 2.5 S Select Package in San Jose, CA
Blind Spot Monitor
Rear View Camera
Heated Seats
Leather Seats
24 City / 30 Hwy
Body Style
Exterior Color
Interior Color
Drive Train
Fuel Type
4 Cyl
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Consumer Ratings and Reviews of the 
Mazda CX-5 
2.5 S Select Package



Overall Consumer Rating


4.5 out of 5


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4.5 out of 5

Based on 144 consumer ratings for the 2017 - current models as of 12/05/2023.

5.0 out of 5 stars

Luxury car without a luxury price tag!


The 2021 Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring genuinely seems like a luxury car. The technology is above it’s class, the rotary dial to use the infotainment is absolutely great and I wish every manufacturer did this but it seems that most car manufacturers are going away from it. The heads up display is very functional and it is nice to have. The speedometer is digital however it is clean and sophisticated compared to other digital speedometers that cram in so much information into the tachometer screen. The materials used in the interior are very nice and makes it seem like a German luxury car inside. I am a huge fan of the exterior paint jobs that Mazda offers, their soul red crystal is the best paint job in the industry and their white is pretty nice as well. The interior cabin is spacious. The ride quality is decent; to me, all cars in this class pretty much drive the absolute same. Mazda offers plenty of safety features which is nice, however I would like for their adaptive cruise control to have lane centering in conjunction with adaptive cruise like a lot of other car brands like Hyundai or Kia. But instead it just keeps you a distance away from the car in front and you have to steer yourself. From what I understand it is available however it is only on the signature trim which is a lot more money than the Grand Touring package with just 2 more features.. They should have just offered the 2 features on the Grand Touring and not made the Signature trim. The rear heated seat buttons are hidden in the cup holder/armrest compartment which should have been rethought and moved elsewhere.. Maybe the door perhaps or under the climate control vents. I would like to see Mazda have parking sensors standard instead of an option. Would also love if Mazda incorporated ambient lighting in their cars. and their really nice 360 camera (which is only on signature trim) on other trims. The biggest competitors to the CX-5 consist of the Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V, Volkswagen Tiguan and Nissan Rogue. With the Toyota RAV4, you have to pay more money for more features whereas in the Mazda, a lot of options come standard depending on the trim. The RAV4’s interior also just feels cheap and not as nice as the Mazda’s. The Honda CR-V is just boring compared to the CX-5 and the infotainment is way too basic, and in my opinion the CR-V looks weird. The Nissan Rogue is alright but it just isn’t as elegant as the CX-5, but it is better than the RAV4 and the CR-V. The VW Tiguan is a little pricey and it’s seats are uncomfortable for distances over 4+ hours, they’re stiff and not that configurable. Overall, the CX-5 stands out in its class. It is elegant and classy compared to its competitors. The reliability is outstanding and the Mazda brand actually placed 2nd in most reliable cars of 2021, outdoing Toyota who placed in 3rd most reliable.
5.0 out of 5 stars

Love my 2019 Mazda CX-5


This is my third CX-5 and my favorite. Drives great. Great gas mileage 29 mpg around town. Comfortable.
5.0 out of 5 stars

Reliable, Safe, great design


I had a Mazda CX5 Carbon Edition, AWD. I've been very satisfied with the car, I Had a Mazda 3 before and I can tell you the acceleration and motor response is a lot better in the Mazda 3, but I expected that. Regarding to safety, it's just great. Unfortunately, I had an accident in my Mazda, another guy hit me in a crossing road in the back side of the car. The car spinned 180 degrees but the car is extremely stable, otherwise, it would have rolled over. The airbags came out instantly and everyone in the car was safe (4 people). On the road, the car is smooth and stable, fastest I've driven it is 90MPH. The lane alarms could be better, I've driven a KIA, a Hyundai and their lane alarm feels a lot more robust, with higher vibration in the steering wheel, it also takes it back to the lane almost by itself (due to work I rent a lot of cars for over a month, I haven't own other brands, just Mazda) Overall, I definitely recommend the CX5, did I mentioned the space? I don't have a bike rake so I put my two bikes in the back, just need to put down the back seats.
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