In the car industry, sometimes, debuts don’t go exactly as planned. This was the case for Mazda’s most recent debut of the newly redesigned CX-5. The Mazda CX-5 facelift leaked mere weeks before the LA Auto Show later this month, giving the world a glimpse of the Japanese carmaker’s new design. The images, which appear to be scanned from a brochure, have taken over the internet, showing us exactly what we can expect from this rejuvenated model and we have to say—we really like what we see.
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The CX-5 facelift appears to include a new grille with horizontal bars, making the front end look slightly wider than the last model. LED headlamps also make an appearance, looking similar to those that recently showed up on the new Mazda2. The CX-5 even has new fog light surrounds, new taillight graphics, and brand new wheels.
While we won’t get an idea of what the newly redesigned interior looks like, we can guess it looks just as great as the exterior. Check back to Parks Mazda later this month to see news on the official debut of the Mazda CX-5!