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MAZDA CX5 any owners?

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Mazda CX5 brings out a new diesel 2.2 AWD this month.

Was considering a Pajero Sport or Everest to put bike in back and travel in upcountry roads

Would CX5 handle a mountain bike put easy in back and handle some tracks in chang Rai etc

It's beautiful car and fun to drive than PJS but has space issue

comments very appreciated

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Moved to motoring Forum

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7 minutes ago, HAKAPALITA said:

Correct, bit like the old Lotus Elan to look at..

 

mazda mx5.jpg

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1 hour ago, giddyup said:

 

mazda mx5.jpg

Thats a new one. Its called the Miata in Europe, older covertable ones are the Boy Racers fav for doing Nurborgring.

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Sorry, it's CX 5

I need to change topic title

 

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1 hour ago, LGMV said:

Sorry, it's CX 5

I need to change topic title

 

I corrected the title and text. I have also removed your new topic.

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4 hours ago, HAKAPALITA said:

Thats a new one. Its called the Miata in Europe, older covertable ones are the Boy Racers fav for doing Nurborgring.

Still called an MX5 in Australia and a few other places.

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ubonjoe, thanks for correcting the title, tried to do it but failed.  Thank again

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Honda H-RV - small outside, big inside.

Mazda CX5 - big outside, small inside

Pajero - big outside, long inside - ideal for a bike

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Im have a 2014 cx5 2.2 awd diesel , fantastic car & its not small inside it has a decent sized boot , the rear seats fold down flat just by pulling one lever very easy,diesel engine is brilliant very torquey with plenty of power & good fuel economy with very good handling, pajero is just a pick up with suv body panels

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7 hours ago, grkt said:

Not bad, but why buying diesel in 2018 ?

 

Is there something wrong with diesel in 2018?

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