2019 Mazda CX-5 turbo model seemingly confirmed, doesn’t come cheap – Autoblog

As it turns out, the turbo CX-5 won’t be cheap. The base price for a CX-5 with that engine will be $35,865 with destination. That’s about $5,500 more than the cheapest turbocharged Mazda6. There are a couple of reasons for this. The turbo engine will only be available on two new high-end trims for the CX-5, Grand Touring Reserve and Signature. Both of those trims bring a variety of high-end features and options with them. It can also only be paired with all-wheel drive. The Mazda6 turbo engine is available on the slightly lower Grand Touring trim and is only paired to a front-drive drivetrain.

Conspicuously absent from the 2019 documentation though is the elusive Skyactiv-D diesel engine. This is strange, since the engine has been rated by the EPA, so it’s presumably ready for introduction to the U.S. market. We’ll be

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