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The cabin has also been revised with a new climate control panel, including redesigned switches and dials similar to that of the Mazda 6 and CX-9, fabric trim on the A-pillars, two additional speakers at the base of the A-pillars for models with the base sound system (now six), and a new 17-inch alloy wheel finish – now metallic grey instead of dark silver.
Finally, the updated model will be available in Japan with a limited-edition ‘Exclusive Mode’ variant (pictured), which brings numerous luxury touches seen previously in other Mazda models at launch.
Key highlights include nappa leather trim, real wood trim inserts, a frameless rear-view mirror, 19-inch alloys in an exclusive dark-gloss finish, ventilated front seats, a 7.0-inch TFT LCD display in the driver’s instrument cluster, along with white LED interior lighting.
Mazda’s local division was unable to offer comment regarding Australia availability on the updated CX-5. Our guess is, however, that we should see these changes made as part of a 2019 model-year update very late this year or early next.