Chinese-Made Mazda CX-5 to Debut at Shanghai Auto Show
Up until now, the CX-5 compact crossover was being imported into China, but starting this June, it will be assembled locally by the Chang’am-Mazda joint venture. The first Chinese-made CX-5 will enjoy its debut at the upcoming Shanghai Auto Show and will reportedly be about 15% cheaper.
The crossover will be available with two petrol versions, a 2.0-liter and a bigger 2.5-liter, 4x4 drive being an optional extra that most buyers will probably avoid in order to get it the CX-5 as cheaply as possible. No word on he 2.2-liter diesel being available yet.
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