Mazda CX-5 goes under the surgeon’s knife
Mazda’s new crossover is a subtle update of the original CX-5, but the changes are more meaningful than you’d think at first, writes Nick Maher
As is becoming increasingly common, you have to look closely to see the facelift of Mazda’s new CX-5. It used to be that anyone who went under the surgeon’s knife ended up looking less Joan Collins and more Joan Rivers, but perhaps those wielding the scalpel have honed their art to become more subtle, less obviously noticeable. You look younger somehow, but I can’t figure out how…
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