2019 Mazda CX-5 Side-by-Side Trim Comparison
The Mazda CX-5 has been one of the best-selling SUVs of 2019. Even at a glance, it’s easy to see why. The CX-5 is one attractive vehicle, but it also has the performance and build-quality to back that up. It combines the unrivaled athleticism that Mazda is famous for with the classiness of something more reminiscent of a European luxury vehicle. All at an affordable price point.
Honestly, the hardest thing about choosing a CX-5 is which trim level you should get. There’s a lot of features offered at higher tiers that aren’t readily apparent to the casual onlooker. Let us walk you through some 2019 Mazda CX-5 trim differences.
2019 Mazda CX-5 Trim Differences
|Trim||Starting MSRP||Engine||Drivetrain||Navigation||Driver Aides|
|Sport||$24,350 (FWD); $25,750 (AWD)||187-hp 2.5L inline-4||FWD or AWD||Optional||Partial|
|Touring||$26,615 (FWD); $28,015 (AWD)||187-hp 2.5L inline-4||FWD or AWD||Optional||Standard|
|Grand Touring||$30,045 (FWD); $31,445 (AWD)||187-hp 2.5L inline-4||FWD or AWD||Standard||Standard|
|Grand Touring Reserve||$34,870||227-hp 2.5L inline-4||AWD||Standard||Standard|
|Signature||$36,890||227-hp 2.5L inline-4||AWD||Standard||Standard|
|Signature Diesel||$41,000||168-hp 2.2L diesel||AWD||Standard||Standard|
Which Trim is the Best Deal?
With exception of the Sport trim, all trims have Apple CarPlay™ / Android Auto compatibility, heated seats, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning system, smart brake support, and Mazda advanced keyless entry and start system. While every CX-5 is a great deal, we recommend upgrading from the Sport to the Touring level if you can afford it. We believe that there are enough added useful and quality-of-life features to make it worth the extra money.
Interested in a CX-5?
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