New CX-5 for Europe in summer

The new generation Mazda CX-5 is scheduled to arrive in first European markets in May, following its European debut at the recent Geneva Motor Show, writes Brian Byrne.

The car has been in production in Japan since January, and the new one will feature a quieter, more comfortable and more ergonomic interior with, among other things, a windshield projected head-up display.

The company says there are better seats and cabin insulation, powertrain and suspension tweaks, and an innovative software-based system that controls body roll for better handling, ride comfort and safety.

To date, Mazda has sold more than 1.5 million CX-5s. The model currently accounts for some 25pc of global sales and has won well over 90 awards so far around the world.

More details closer to Irish launch.

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