New 2019 Mazda CX-5 launched in Malaysia, priced from RM 137,379

Following its preview back in September, the official importer and distributor of Mazda models in Malaysia, Bermaz Motor has announced the prices of the updated Mazda CX-5 line-up.

The highlight of the updated Mazda CX-5 range is the addition of the new 2.5-litre Turbo variant, featuring a 2.5-litre turbocharged SkyActiv-G four-cylinder petrol engine that pumps out 228 PS and 420 Nm.

Drive is sent to all four wheels via a 6-speed automatic transmission. While the new engine supersedes the 2.2-litre turbodiesel AWD variant, the 2WD turbodiesel variant remains on sale.

Prices of the new CX-5 are listed below:

There are 8 colours for buyers to choose from - Deep Crystal Blue, Sonic Silver, Meteor Grey, Jet Black, Soul Red Crystal, Machine Grey, and Snowflake White Pearl – the last three are Premium metallic colours that is a RM 3,000 cost option.

For better peace-of-mind, Bermaz is offering a 5-year/100,000 km warranty and free scheduled maintenance package.

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