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Don't be so pedantic. I'm sure he meant recommend it.

I too have the 2018 2.2 Diesel model - No issues in 2.5 yrs of motoring with the CX-5.   Its a decent car, nothing awesome, nothing flawed - it does what is says on the tin.  Its reliab

I have 2015 CX 5 2.5L (no turbo) that I bough new.   Currently have 66k+ trouble free kilometers since purchase.  The only complaint I have with mine is cabin noise at highway speed but I understand t

1 hour ago, NanLaew said:

And you would suggest it what?

 
may I suggest you to get familiar with the word..... what was your point ?
 
 
to mention an idea, possible plan, or action for other people to consider:
I suggested an Italian restaurant on fifth street for the party.
formal Might I suggest a white wine with your salmon, sir?
[ + (that) ] I suggest (that) we wait a while before we make any firm decisions.
Liz suggested (that) I try the store on Mill Road.
[ + -ing verb ] I suggested putting the matter to the committee.
[ + question word ] Can you suggest where I could buy a dozen roses?
 
suggest
verb [ T ]
us /səˈdʒest/ uk  /səˈdʒest/
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I hired a car in Vienna last August and I got an CX5, very impressed. I drove it down to Salzburg and the surrounding area. A very nice car. I particularly liked the heads up display.

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On 10/22/2020 at 12:26 PM, Mavideol said:

fuel pump replaced free of charge, I went all the way down to barely no gas and the dirt on the bottom of the tank went into the pump, other than that absolutely NO problem, my friend has the diesel 2018 model and never had the slightest problem, maybe a matter of luck?

I think the problems are quite common; ofcouse not every car gets problems. But some of these faults look like design faults, rather than just random parts that fail. many complaints are leveled at the fuel pump failing in the  petrol version. Good luck after warranty if that part fails. There is even a facebook page dedicated  to problems with the cx-5 

https://web.facebook.com/groups/697776027228278

 

 The most recent engine range is basically the same as the previous one (aside from the introd. of the 2.5 turbo engine). A few companies also specialise in modifying the engine - mainly removing the dpf. I did spend several weeks researching various cars online and chose not to get a mazda, based on what I read in various sources. 

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15 hours ago, ballbreaker said:

I have 2015 CX 5 2.5L (no turbo) that I bough new.   Currently have 66k+ trouble free kilometers since purchase.  The only complaint I have with mine is cabin noise at highway speed but I understand that was improved in later years.  The suspension and low profile 19 inch tires make for great handling car and 2.5L engine has enough power.

older models did had some cabin noise..... new models NO cabin noise at all, time for you to change 555

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I have a 2013 2.2 diesel AWD model, Best car i have owned

Plenty low end power,  very comfortable, Dealership have been excellent even managed to give me free timing belt change even when warranty expired as i had always got any servicing or work done by them since i bought it

 

would buy another one or another Mazda without hesitation

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