When it comes to small crossover SUVs, the Mazda CX-5 is one of the most recognized models on the road. With the model year 2020, Mazda put together a classy, powerful, and luxurious crossover vehicle. One of the few names with enough clout to stand up to the CX-5 is the Jeep Cherokee. While both vehicles are similar in size, the two automakers designed each for two different types of drivers. In this comparison, we will review what available features give the Mazda CX-5 its own identity, even when compared with one of the oldest names in SUVs, the Jeep Cherokee.
2020 Mazda CX-5
2020 Jeep Cherokee
|187||Base Model Horsepower||180|
|10 Speaker and subwoofer Bose®||Speaker system, brand||9 Speaker and subwoofer Alpine|
|Front, Rear, and Side||Cameras||Rear|
|Available||2 Years of Free Maintenance||Not Available|
|59.6||Maximum Cargo Capacity (cu.ft.)||54.9|
|Available||Diesel Option||Not Available|
|28||Highest Combined MPG||25|
The new 2020 Mazda CX-5 was designed to do what people need and look great in the process. As important as it is to see how well the Mazda performs, one of the biggest concerns drivers have for new cars is this: how safe is it? The Mazda CX-5 is built for safety from bumper to bumper. Without a doubt, the CX-5's available ventilated front disc brakes, emergency braking assist, and front and rear head airbags help keep everyone safe when things go beyond the driver’s control. Also, self-leveling headlights, tire pressure monitoring, and a blind spot and lane departure warning system work to prevent collisions.
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