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Whether you choose the Sport model or go all the way up to the sophisticated Grand Touring Trim Level, the Mazda CX-5 midsize SUV offers passenger seating for five and tons of interior room. The CX-5 has more cargo volume, passenger volume and rear legroom than the Kia Sportage or Hyundai Tucson while delivering the power and fuel efficiency you’ve come to expect from a Mazda. See the CX-5 and test drive it today when you take a trip to Chapman Mazda.
All-wheel Drive Available on All Models
While some midsize SUVs only offer all-wheel drive on the premium trim levels, the Mazda CX-5 offers it on all models. When combining Mazda’s patented all-wheel drive system with dynamic stability control and traction control system, you have the tools to stay in control in all types of road conditions and weather. The Mazda CX-5 also offers a number of innovative safety systems, including smart brake support, adaptive front lighting, distance recognition support and blind spot monitoring. The suite of Mazda driver assistance features utilize a combination of sensors and cameras to recognize an impending hazard, notify the driver, then take action if the driver fails to respond.
SKYACTIV Technology Means Ultra Efficiency
The Mazda CX-5 is not some tiny compact vehicle, so it’s important to note that the company’s SKYACTIV technology enables this robust vehicle to achieve up to 35 mpg on the highway. The 2.5L SKYACTIV-G 4 cylinder engine produces 184 horsepower and plenty of acceleration for passing or merging on the freeway. Choose the Sport model and you have your choice of a manual or automatic transmission. Both the Touring and Grand Touring models come with an automatic transmission that delivers the most power and fuel efficiency.
All Trim Levels Packed With Features
Head over to Chapman Mazda to view the Mazda CX-5 inventory. Depending on the model, you’ll find a number of features to make your daily drive more comfortable and exciting. Even the base Sport model comes with push button start, power windows and locks and steering wheel-mounted controls for audio, phone and cruise control. You get all those features plus halogen fog lights, rear privacy glass, an advanced keyless entry system and upgraded stereo in the Touring model. The Grand Touring is the height of luxury, featuring large alloy wheels, automatic headlights, a power moonroof and heated mirrors. The Grand Touring is also the best choice for long road trips, as it has an 8-way power driver’s seat with adjustable lumbar support.
Consumer Buying Guide Rates Sedan High
The 37th annual edition of The Car Book’s Best Bets lists the Mazda6 sedan as a smart choice. Editors of The Car Book and the Center for Auto Safety review vehicles in nine different categories, including insurance costs, consumer complaints, fuel economy, warranty, repair costs, rollover, preventive maintenance, safety features and crash tests. The result is that Mazda’s innovative SKYACTIV Techonology, KODO: Soul of Motion and Design and a whole suite of safety systems make the Mazda6 a great choice for people who need the room of a midsize sedan. Examine the entire Mazda6 inventory and take a test drive when you visit Chapman Mazda on Bell Road.
Affordable Sedan Had Lot to Offer
Starting at just $21,945, the Mazda6 comes with a 2.5L SKYACTIV 4 cylinder motor that delivers 184 horsepower while earning 35 mpg. Keep in mind this is not a compact car; there is plenty of room for 5 adults with lots of head and legroom to spare. The base sport model comes with power mirrors, windows and door locks, steering wheel audio and phone controls, Bluetooth streaming and the Mazda Connect Infotainment system. It also has remote keyless entry, push button start and cruise control.
Touring Model Adds Features
Step up to the Touring model and you’ll receive everything in the Sport along with rear seat heat and air conditioning, leatherette seats, rain sensing wipers and an upgraded sound system. The Grand Touring model starts at just a smidge more than $30,000, but includes LED lighting a power glass moonroof, navigation, heated front seats, blind spot monitoring, a power driver and passenger’s seat and Bose Surround Sound. All models include Dynamic Stability Control and Traction Control to help keep you in charge during inclement weather.
G-Vectoring Control Takes Fatigue Out of Driving
The Mazda6 includes SKYACTIV vehicle dynamics with G-Vectoring control, a system that adjusts the power to the front wheels while cornering. This means you do more time relaxing instead of fighting the car through turns. Along with the selection as a “Best Bet” by The Car Book, the Mazda6 earned top safety honors from both the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. It is also the “Top Rated Sedan” by the consumer advocate website edmunds.com. Head to Chapman Mazda on Bell Road to day and experience the true thrill of outstanding performance and incredible efficiency offered by the Mazda6 sedan.
‘Car and Driver’ Loves Entire Mazda Lineup
With a wide variety of vehicles going through their review program at any one given time, it’s impressive that the editors at Car and Driver magazine say the company they’re most impressed with is Mazda. “If we could marry a car company at this very moment, there’s little question it would be Mazda,” wrote the magazine’s Jeff Sabatini. Car and Driver is particularly in love with the Mazda CX-9 SUV, which was redesigned for 2016 and is part of the magazine’s long-term test program. Take a test drive and see just how impressive the new CX-9 is by taking a trip to Chapman Mazda on Bell Road.
Drives Smaller Than its Size
If you’re looking for a vehicle that fits seven people but doesn’t drive like a land yacht, consider the new Mazda CX-9. “On the road, the Mazda is in another league…with a tautness to its suspension that allows it to drive smaller than its size,” Sabatini wrote. “The CX-9 feels comparatively low to the ground and has quick sedan-like steering.” The turbocharged four-cylinder engine produces more torque than competitors, especially at low engine revolutions. This means you can get a jump off the line and merge onto freeways quickly, or pass those big trucks on long mountain runs.
CX-9 Comes in Four Trim Packages
If Mazda capability is something for which you yearn but you don’t want to break the bank, you can buy the Sport model of the Mazda CX-9 for just a shade over $20,000. You still get the seven-passenger seating, LED head and taillights, power everything, remote entry and a touch screen display. Move up to the Touring model for a power liftgate and heated side mirrors, while the Grand Touring model includes 20-inch alloy wheels and a power moonroof. The Signature model starts at $44,015, but comes with a long list of features including leather-trimmed seats and all-wheel drive.
Soul of Motion Design Provides Sophisticated Athleticism
Did you ever watch an athlete who makes everything look easy? That’s part of the theory behind Mazda’s KODO: Soul of Motion design philosophy. The Mazda CX-9 is a sophisticated-looking vehicle that delivers an air of composure and prestige even when it’s sitting in a parking lot. An elongated hood leads into a tapered roofline that is accentuated by sculpted sides to create an elegant design. Check out the beauty and simplicity of the CX-9 when you take a test drive at Chapman Mazda on Bell Road.
Push a button and roof goes down. Push a button and roof goes up. If you can ever tear yourself away from playing with the retractable roof of the new Mazda MX-5 Miata RF and take the car out of your driveway, you’ll find that the RF in the vehicle’s name stands for “Really Fun.” It’s understandable to be mesmerized by the roof action, after all, it took Mazda engineers countless hours to figure out how to put a solid metal roof into the same spot previously occupied by foldable metal top. The fact that they designed a system that accomplishes that feat in just 13 seconds is, well, mesmerizing. Check in with the pros at Chapman Mazda to see about a test drive of the new MX-5 RF. You’ll be amazed at how much fun is packed in such a small, affordable car.
Mazda Engineers RF to be One With Driver
“Jinba Ittai” is a 900-year-old Japanese tradition that describes the symbiotic relationship between a horse and rider. It’s the founding principle on which Mazda designs all its vehicles, and has never been more evident than in the Mazda MX-5 Miata RF. The RF is a driver’s car, with near-perfect balance between the front and rear weight to the rigid, lightweight chassis. Rear-wheel drive means traction improves as you step on the gas and the energy flows to the rear. The balance of the design means you will flow through corners as one with your car, not end up fighting it every step of the way. It is a connection between person and machine that all automakers strive for, but few achieve.
Performance Same as Miata You Know and Love
The Mazda MX-5 Miata RF has the same engine and transmission that was made popular by the soft-top Miata, consistently recognized as the best sports car available for the price. The 2.0L SKYACTIV delivers a peppy 155 horsepower, more than enough to create some thrills in this 2,000 pound roadster. The combination of weight and power also delivers 35 mpg on the highway, probably not your first consideration when choosing a sports car, but hey, it doesn’t hurt to pass a few gas stations when you’re out tooling around the countryside. You can choose the short-throw manual 6-speed transmission if you really want to get involved in the driving, or opt for a 6-speed automatic transmission with steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters. Whatever you choose, make sure and check in with Chapman Mazda today to schedule a test drive in the new RF. They’ll let you take as much time as you want watching the top go up and down.
Consumer Guide Lists Annual Rankings
Consumer Guide Automotive, a trusted advocate for vehicle buyers, has selected four different Mazdas to its 2017 “Best Buys” list. The Mazda3 was the winner in the compact car category, as was the Mazda6 in the midsize car classification. The sporty Mazda CX-3 was noted as the best buy in the subcompact crossover/SUV class, while the all-new Mazda MX-5 Miata took home the honors in the sporty/performance class. Consumer Guide says “a vehicle does not become a Best Buy solely on objective ratings. It also has to distinguish itself as being a good dollar value compared to others in the class.” You can see why these vehicles were singled out by taking a trip to Chapman Mazda on Bell Road.
Mazda3 Sporty and Efficient Commuter
The Mazda3 4-door sedan is an efficient commuter vehicle, earning 37 mpg on the highway with a host of creature comforts and new technology. Mazda says the vehicle was “designed to turn heads and engineered to change minds.” You’ll notice the superb handling offered by the new G-vectoring control that shifts the vehicle’s weight to take corners smoothly at higher speeds. The Mazda CONNECT infotainment system puts all your music, information and connections at just the touch of a screen or twist of a dial.
Mazda6 Offers More Room in Variety of Trim Levels
You’ll only sacrifice a couple of miles a gallon when you move up to the midsize Mazda6 sedan, which comes in three different trim levels. Choose the base Sport and you still get alloy wheels, halogen headlights and power everything. Step up to the Touring model for keyless entry and some driver assistance features. The Grand Touring model is the top-of-the-line and comes with a power moonroof and a touch more sophistication inside.
CX-3 the Sporty Crossover with Flair
The Mazda CX-3 crossover may be small in size, but its big in attitude. With available all-wheel drive, the little CX-3 is a beast on the road when conditions get dicey Even in the best of times the SKYACTIV technology provides a dynamic driving performance that’s fun whether you’re taking the kids to soccer practice or testing your skills on a curvy mountain road.
Miata Remains Best Sports Car for Price
There are few cars that are as much fun as the Mazda MX-5 Miata. Weighing just 2,332 pounds, you will delight at pushing the Miata to the limit with the top down, letting those desert breezes waft through your hair. Prove it to yourself by heading over to Chapman Mazda on Bell Road now to take the Miata for a test spin. Your smile will thank you.