- Aug 9, 2009
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I do miss my CX-5 in some aspects. I think the Japanese flair in the cabin was really good at creating a minimalist look but still useful, luxury and stylish. and the controls just made sense. While I wouldn't swap it for my current vehicle mainly because of the power and features, the CX-5 will be something i'll always recommend to anyone.
It is a great car and I love it. The Mazda however holds its own as well against it. Certainly when it comes to the layout of controls. I prefer Mazda approach to bmw, Audi and them tooHave read that, those are awesome and well put together SUV'S with awesome safety features.