There’s been a lot of buzz surrounding the CX-5. It was recently named best crossover SUV in Car and Driver’s “10Best SUVs” list. Mazda as a brand won the US News and World Report “2020 Best Car Brand” award. This is the fifth year in a row that the manufacturer has taken home the title.
Naturally then, people have been waiting to see how good the new 2020 CX-5 would be. Now that it’s here, we can take a look at what it has to offer. Here’s a comparison of the 2020 Mazda CX-5 Sport, the CX-5 Touring, and the CX-5 Grand Touring.
|Sport||$25,090 (FWD) or $26,490 (AWD)||FWD or AWD||187-hp 2.5L inline-4||25/31/28 (FWD) or 24/30/26 (AWD)|
|Touring||$26,730 (FWD) or $28,130 (AWD)||FWD or AWD||187-hp 2.5L inline-4||25/31/28 (FWD) or 24/30/26 (AWD)|
|Grand Touring||$30,210 (FWD) or $31,610 (AWD)||FWD or AWD||187-hp 2.5L inline-4||25/31/28 (FWD) or 24/30/26 (AWD)|
The Sport is the cheapest and most basic trim. Those looking for the no-frills, signature Mazda driving experience with the smallest possible price tag need go no further.
The Touring is a step-up from the Sport. It has all the features of the Sport while adding many quality-of-life features that make an already exceptional vehicle even better.
The CX-5 Grand Touring is the mid-tier CX-5 offering. It’s well-equipped and luxurious, all at an affordable price. It has all features of the trims below it, except where upgrades are concerned.