Does the 2019 Mazda CX-5 come with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto?
If you’ve ever taken a ride in a Mazda, you know you can expect something a little different than most others. Unlike other similarly-priced compact SUVs, the CX-5 incorporated handcrafted materials to which much precision and attention to detail is given. Mazda models consistently rank toward the top in the industry for best value, and that looks like it may happen again in 2019. Technology is one of the areas Mazda excels at. So does the 2019 Mazda CX-5 come with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto? Read on to find out!
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Smartphone Integration in the 2019 CX-5
Drivers will have their choice of five different trim levels to choose from in the 2019 CX-5 (Sport, Touring, Grand Touring, Grand Touring Reserve, and Signature). The base Sport trim offers the lowest MSRP, while each trim level above it adds on more and more features. Fortunately, you’ll only have to upgrade one level to the Touring trim to get standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration.
Drivers who take advantage of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto will find a whole new bounty of possibilities. These features allow drivers to connect their compatible smartphones to the MAZDA CONNECT infotainment system and access all the features on their phone right there on the touchscreen. Drivers can make calls, send messages, set up navigation routes, browse music playlists, and so much more without having to mess around with their phone. This is just one of the many ways Mazda is providing greater convenience to its drivers.
By integrating your smartphone, you’ll be experiencing not only added convenience, but also the added safety of not having to look at your phone at all. Sound like something that might interest you? Learn more by getting in touch with the team at Hall Cars, or schedule a test drive right here on our website!
Cruising along, listening to the premium 10-speaker Bose audio system, the cockpit on the top Signature trim level is a match for the world s best compact SUVs, with Caturra brown seat leather (Caturra is a Brazilian coffee bean) and matte-finish dashboard wood inlay. Many automakers claim to have so-called class above features. ( Okay, blindfolds off, panelists. Did you realize you were riding in a Ford Five Hundred, not a Rolls-Royce Phantom? ) Mazda is the automaker that does it best with seating and dash materials, extra sound-damping insulation, lower friction shock absorbers this year, and a tweak to the cargo-bay carpet mat to reduce road noise.