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Mazda adds range-topping GT Sport Nav+ trim to CX-5 SUV model

Mazda CX-5 (2019)

Mazda has added a range-topping GT Sport Nav+ trim to its CX-5 SUV range.

Launched in June 2017, the current CX-5 was updated in summer last year with additional standard safety equipment, the introduction of a petrol automatic model and a power increase for the 2.2-litre Skyactiv-D diesel engine.

GT Sport Nav+ sits now sits above Sport Nav+ - the previous flagship equipment grade – with additional equipment including new 19-inch wheels, front seat ventilation, heated outer rear seats and sunroof.

It also features real wood and satin chrome on the dashboard and door trim inlays matched to standard Nappa leather and black roof lining, a seven-inch colour TFT dial display and an exclusive steering wheel design.

The GT Sport Nav+’s standard safety pack includes adaptive LED headlights, driver attention alert, rear smart city brake and 360 degree view monitor.

Jeremy Thomson, managing director of Mazda Motors UK, said: “The fact that more than 80% of CX-5s sold in the UK are Sport Nav+ trim shows that our customers value the superb blend of luxury and equipment offered by our high-grade models, so with the introduction of the GT Sport Nav+ we now have a new model that offers even more exclusivity and interior comfort for discerning SUV buyers.”

GT Sport Nav+ is available with a choice of front-wheel drive 165PS petrol and 184PS all-wheel drive diesel drivetrains.



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