has been known for offering all-wheel drive as a standard feature for years. While most other automakers make drivers upgrade to higher trims for 4x4 traction, with Subaru, you drive away with it no matter what model you buy.
rather than vehicles with similar starting prices.
The 2022 model will likely help the CX-5 keep its place within its segment. Beyond the standard AWD upgrade, Mazda made a few adjustments to the exterior, opting for more reflective surfaces, a thick chrome grille, and narrower headlights to give the SUV a more refined look.
The automaker also enhanced the driving experience by developing a new drive-select system called Mi-Drive. Whether you’re looking to increase performance for a sportier ride or
and Subaru Forester also received some bold changes to their bodies. The Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4 haven’t changed much for 2022 but performed well enough this year to remain competitive within the compact SUV segment.
, and a long list of other factors. But based on the car alone, rates for a CX-5 are pretty good. That’s because Mazda keeps the SUV out of the luxury class by maintaining a starting price under $30,000.
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"B.A., English Literature, MedAndrew Koole is an insurance writer who specializes in writing automotive news articles. Andrew’s mission is to create informative and instructional content car owners can use to reduce costs, master repair skills, and learn more about the automotive industry. Andrew has published over 600 articles for Jerry on topics ranging from automaker history to car insurance deductibles. Before joining Jerry in 2021, Andrew split his time between freelance writing in the entertainment and travel industries and creative writing in poetry and fiction. His writing is featured on a variety of arts and travel websites, including his own Ponytail Press.