- the 2021 mazda cx-5 sees the addition of a standard 10.3-inch infotainment screen and a price increase of no more than $300 across trim levels.
- the cx-5 will also come in a carbon edition trim, which offers a unique color scheme.
- the 2021 cx-5, starting at $26,370, will reach dealers next month.
now a few years into the current generation, mazda is making small tweaks to its 10best-winning cx-5. for 2021, the compact crossover sees a small increase in price and is adding a carbon edition trim level, as well as a standard 10.3-inch infotainment screen—up from the 7.0-inch screen currently offered in the vehicle.
the 2021 cx-5 starts at $26,370, a price increase of less than $100 from the outgoing model year. across the other trims, price increases don’t exceed $300, including the top signature trim level. adding all-wheel drive on any vehicle still costs $1400.
the carbon edition is priced at $29,955 for the front-wheel-drive and $31,355 for the all-wheel-drive version. it offers a unique color scheme, including polymetal gray exterior paint, 19-inch black aluminum wheels, and red leather seating with red stitching through the leather steering wheel and shift knob. the carbon edition comes standard with the cx-5’s 2.5-liter inline-four but both front- and all-wheel-drive versions can be had with the optional turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine for an additional $1805.
the 2021 mazda cx-5 is expected to reach dealer lots next month.