2022 Mazda CX-5 consumer reviews

$26,250 starting MSRP
side view of 2022 CX-5 Mazda
100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.5
  • Interior design 4.4
  • Performance 4.4
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.8
  • Reliability 4.9
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5.0

Excellent service added bonus amazing car

I needed a reliable car, quality features and an overall highly functional car with the best rating. That is when I decided to go to the Mazda dealership in Wayne NJ based on their deals and quality vehicle. The staff especially sales person James helped mefinf the best vehie for me within my budget and what I needed. He was the best fit along with my car. Always followed up with me, great customer service and the best choice for me

4.9

Very happy with my CX-5

Mazda has greatly improved this model in recent years with a better, quieter ride, more comfortable seating and better performance. I myself prefer a touchscreen over the knob control and it does lack a hands-free lift gate and a real remote start (hate the app-only remote start!). Otherwise I do really like the car and the fuel mileage is better than what I used to get in my Rogue.

4.7

22 Mazda CX-5 signature

Five months ago I leased my 2022 Mazda CX-5 Signature and what a great decision, the all wheel drive system is amazing and always on, the turbo engine has a lot of power, the soft Napa leather seats is a game changer along with the cooled/heated seats, steering wheel. Headlights are very bright and adaptive with steering, I love the bulls audio speaker system. I just wish the seats had five extension support for tall people like me and that the side view mirrors with save memory along with a seat for some odd strange reason it does not and it also is missing The ability to show us the air in each tire. Overall this is on top of its competition because you will not find another SUV without hard touch plastic everywhere. The turbo is a bit thirsty and I only get 19 to 20mpg in the city and 22 struggling on the highway, It’s time for Mazda to be able to get better mileage with a modern turbo like other manufacturers, end of the day go for it it’s a great SUV!

4.9

Best Bang for your buck

Best Bang for your buck, in my opinon. Great looking inside and out. Decent ride and performance for a 4 cyl, compact SUV. Definitely stands out from the others in its class.

4.0

Love the color and the car.

I love everything about my car except the fact the back end gets dirty way too fast. I’m constantly at the car wash. She’s my baby!

3.4

ITs Close But Not There Yet .

I owned a Mazda 3 which was superior to 2021 CX-5 in many ways. First my "3" had the 2.0 engine and got 39mpg on the day i traded it in ( 147K miles) The CX-5 with 2.5 poor mileage at 26.5mpg. Stock radio is a joke very poor quality with no CDplayer, no tape, or inputs to add to radio. Seats are very firm, could be softer. Engine has more engine noise than the 2.0 engine. I enjoy the added space but discounts MPG. A very high quality auto in its assembly and finish. This is my 3rd Mazda auto.

5.0

Mazda challenges the BIG GUNS!

An incredibly well built car for the price and fitted out with a sense of classiness usually reserved for those cars with the logos representing “luxury brands” except you’ll save about $20,0000-$30,000 easy by giving this one a shot! I don’t think you’ll be disappointed!

5.0

Great SUV for the money.

Very nice ride and handles very well. Mazda SUV's look about the same sheet metal wise across the board, to include the CX30 and CX9. Sometimes you can't tell which is which until you see the badging on the lift gate. The CX5 is plenty of vehicle for my needs.