After being the new generation of the CX-5 was revealed once again by Mazda, this time in the form of a video released by the automaker, showing to its future customers how the “mini” SUV will look like in its urban natural environment.
The Japanese manufacturer says that the 2012 CX-5 is the first of a new generation to adopt the SkyActiv Technology and its engine range includes two units in three displacements, the SkyActiv-G 2.0 liter direct injection petrol with 165 PS and 210 Nm and the SkyActive-D 2.2 diesel with a two-stage turbocharger delivering 150 PS and 380 Nm of torque in stage one or 175 PS and 420 Nm in stage two.
The new Mazda CX-5 will have an average fuel consumption of 47.1 mpg (European) and will emit just 139 g/km CO2 for the petrol engine, while the diesel version will burn 62.8 mpg and will emit 119 g/km in the 150 PS version.
With prices unknown for the moment, the Japanese automaker says that the new generation of the SUV will hit the UK dealerships starting early next year but expect to see one in a drive-way near you by the end of this year.
You can watch the video below. Enjoy!