Currently reading: All-new Mazda CX-5 confirmed for LA motor show debut
New crossover will be shown on 16 November; single preview image released ahead of reveal
Sam Sheehan
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27 October 2016

The next-generation Mazda CX-5 will make its world debut at the LA motor show next month.

The 2017 Mazda CX-5 has now been revealed. Click here to view it.

Only one image previewing the car’s exterior has been released, but visible design features, such as the pinched headlight and a lengthy bonnet suggest the CX-5’s look will take influence from Mazda’s larger CX-9 SUV.

The outgoing CX-5’s 2.0 petrol and 2.2-litre diesel engines are likely to be retained, with small gains in performance and reductions in CO2 output. Pricing will also stay close to that of the current-generation crossover, which’s starts at £23,195 in Britain.

When it arrives, the 2017 car will be a rival to the Nissan Qashqai and Honda CR-V.

More information will be released when Mazda pulls the covers off its all-new CX-5 in Los Angeles on the 16 November.

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27 October 2016
Already? Doesn't seem that long ago that the current car was launched. Looks promising from the teaser picture

27 October 2016
Increased interior space? My wife's current one is great, but we would love more boot space. The CX-9 would have probably fixed that, Mazda are bringing it over here ( sad emoji), so I wonder if they'll offer s little more interior space as a compromise?
Looking forward to the release!

27 October 2016
Increased interior space? My wife's current one is great, but we would love more boot space. The CX-9 would have probably fixed that, Mazda are bringing it over here ( sad emoji), so I wonder if they'll offer s little more interior space as a compromise?
Looking forward to the release!

27 October 2016
Mazda "aren't" bringing the CX-9 over to the UK.
I'm gutted about that.

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