2022 CX-5?

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2017 CX5 AWD Touring
So will the new CX-5's be made in Japan or Mexico?

My 2017 was made in Japan and the quality is top notch.
 
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2021 CX-9 Sig
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2014 CX-5 GT
I wonder if the '22 CX5 will have a power bump, given the 'better' suspension and 'drive mode' options.

I doubt it. The 2.5 NA has been pretty much the same for years and the 2.5T might have seen a 10 lbs/ft torque bump a white back, but I doubt anybody could feel the difference.
 
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2019 CX-5 AWD
Yeah, the Mazda site would list a power bump if there was one.

Still think they missed out on an opportunity to offer a higher priced, lifted off-road trim, like Toyota and Subaru do on their CUVs.
 
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2019 CX-5 AWD
Earlier in the thread, someone posted that the HP ratings are higher in China for some reason, but the same for Gen 2 over its model years.
 
According to this guy Mazda will officially announce today a new CUV for the Alabama plant. Go to 15:45 of video. We will see if something gets announced.


"The new Mazda crossover is still unnamed at this time, but they will be announcing it October 6, 2021."
 
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2017 Mazda CX-5 GT, 2016 Mazda6 iGT, 2014 Mazda3 sGT hatchback
In some countries, people quote horsepower numbers in ps, not hp (SAE) as we do in US.
 
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This was briefly on Mazda’s site with a broken link.
 
Nice find. I guess its the new Alabama product, new cx50 but not sure what will be the third one. Exciting anyway.


It is official now. These are coming over the next 2 years.


In November, Mazda will reveal the CX-50, the next crossover to join its lineup in the U.S. and Canada. The CX-50 will share its platform with Mazda's latest generation products, CX-30 and Mazda3, with enhanced all-wheel drive (AWD) capabilities and functionality for consumers with outdoor active lifestyles. The production of the CX-50 will begin in January 2022 at the new Mazda-Toyota joint venture factory—Mazda Toyota Manufacturing, U.S.A., Inc. (MTMUS)—in Huntsville, Alabama.

Following CX-50, Mazda will introduce two additional mid-size crossover SUVs for the Canadian and U.S. markets from its all-new large platform: the CX-90 followed by the CX-70. These new models will feature Mazda's new longitudinal architecture and introduce turbo-charged straight-six gasoline engine models and plug-in hybrid models to give consumers various options providing powerful, yet environmentally responsible performance.

A major difference between the models will be passenger occupancy, with the CX-90 providing three rows of seats and the CX-70 offering two rows of seats. The proportions of both vehicles will be optimized for Canadian consumers with expanded interior cabin and cargo spaces.

While CX-50 and CX-70 will be all-new additions to Mazda's lineup in Canada, CX-90 will serve as Mazda's only three-row SUV offering, in place of the current generation CX-9. The design, features, pricing, and trim details of the CX-50, CX-70, and CX-90 will be announced closer to their on-sale dates.
 
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'17, Mazda 6 GT
It is official now. These are coming over the next 2 years.

Thats A LOT of information out there. I wasn t expecting that the CX50 to be the one produced in Alabama. Anyway, exciting times coming for Mazda next year.
 
Thats A LOT of information out there. I wasn t expecting that the CX50 to be the one produced in Alabama. Anyway, exciting times coming for Mazda next year.

So Mazda USA and CA is keeping the Cx-5 since its the best seller with highest output with the turbo 4 and my guess for the 2022 Signature being almost $41k msrp. Now 2022 cx-50 will have a base model with a twin turbo inline 6 starting at ~$43k. Any objections?
 

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2020 CX5 Signature - Jet Black
Thanks for sharing all this info. guys. I was skeptical at first but the rumoured information dump was true!
 
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2021 CX-9 Sig
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2014 CX-5 GT
So Mazda USA and CA is keeping the Cx-5 since its the best seller with highest output with the turbo 4 and my guess for the 2022 Signature being almost $41k msrp. Now 2022 cx-50 will have a base model with a twin turbo inline 6 starting at ~$43k. Any objections?

It looks like the CX-50 is a new vehicle and will compliment the CX-5. And it is part of the small architecture platform - which suggest no inline 6.
 
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2017 Mazda 6 Sport
The proportions of both vehicles will be optimized for Canadian consumers with expanded interior cabin and cargo spaces.
In other words, fat North Americans will getting their own models
 

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2020 CX5 Signature - Jet Black
So Mazda USA and CA is keeping the Cx-5 since its the best seller with highest output with the turbo 4 and my guess for the 2022 Signature being almost $41k msrp. Now 2022 cx-50 will have a base model with a twin turbo inline 6 starting at ~$43k. Any objections?
Sounds like the inline 6 is for the large architecture.

"Following the CX-50, Mazda will introduce two additional Crossover SUVs built on an all-new larger platform: the three-row CX-90 and the CX-70. These models will feature Mazda’s new longitudinal architecture with new inline-six-cylinder and plug-in hybrid powertrains. This shared layout provides both vehicles Mazda’s next-level performance, handling, technology, and design."