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Mazda would like you to believe the 2017 CX-5 is all new. It isn’t. This latest version of the compact crossover SUV is, for the most part, mechanically identical to the vehicle that first arrived on our shores as a 2013 model.

Riding on an updated version of the same platform as before, the CX-5 sees the biggest changes in its exterior and interior styling. Outside, the crossover wears the latest evolution of Mazda’s Kodo design language, including a striking (and massive) grille up front. Chrome detailing surrounds the lower portion of the new maw and merges with the lower portion of the headlights.

Aside from its mug, the rest of the 2017 CX-5’s design is much tamer. The front fender lines flow into the doors in a way that’s reminiscent of the smaller Mazda CX-3 , a thick chrome piece defines the lower portion of the CX-5’s window line, and the A-pillars are now pushed slightly farther rearward. At the rear, the changes are so minor as to be insignificant.

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Mazda would like you to believe the 2017 CX-5 is all new. It isn’t. This latest version of the compact crossover SUV is, for the most part, mechanically identical to the vehicle that first arrived on our shores as a 2013 model.

Riding on an updated version of the same platform as before, the CX-5 sees the biggest changes in its exterior and interior styling. Outside, the crossover wears the latest evolution of Mazda’s Kodo design language, including a striking (and massive) grille up front. Chrome detailing surrounds the lower portion of the new maw and merges with the lower portion of the headlights.

Aside from its mug, the rest of the 2017 CX-5’s design is much tamer. The front fender lines flow into the doors in a way that’s reminiscent of the smaller Mazda CX-3 , a thick chrome piece defines the lower portion of the CX-5’s window line, and the A-pillars are now pushed slightly farther rearward. At the rear, the changes are so minor as to be insignificant.

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The Renegade's looks may not be to all tastes, but in a class of crossovers obsessed with being curvy and fashionable the muscular and square-edged Jeep certainly stands out. It's also one of very few in the class that offers genuine off-road ability at a slight expense to on-road performance.

That's not to say it's completely inept on the road.  But if you’re merely after extra space and a commanding driving position rather than exceptional mud-plugging prowess, there’s a sense that this car is just a little too focused on the rough stuff compared to what UK buyers will actually use it for. It also gets rather pricey the further up the range you go.

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