Good news for the thousands of Australians that have invested in a second-generation Mazda CX-5 – the model has qualified for a maximum five-star ANCAP safety rating.
Confirmed this afternoon by the independent crash test authority, the five-star score carries on from the first-generation model to the recently-launched new-generation vehicle.
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“The CX-5 performed well in physical tests and is fitted with a good list of safety features including all three levels of autonomous emergency braking – City, Interurban and Pedestrian,”
“As the highest selling unrated model in Australia and New Zealand so far this year, this provides yet another safe option for SUV buyers.”
The Mazda CX-5 scored 95% for Adult Occupant Protection, 80% on Child Occupant Protection tests and the model’s Pedestrian Protection score was 78%.
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