Mazda has collected an accolade for its CX-5 model at the What Car? Green Awards ceremony in London.
The vehicle picked up the best SUV honour for 2012, capping a highly successful couple of months for the manufacturer.
Officials recently announced that Mazda is due to launch the latest incarnation of the CX-5 complete with SKYACTIV technology that will once again help it boost its presence within the automotive markets.
Judges at the event held at The Imagination Gallery, London, were impressed with the CX-5’s 2.2-litre 148bhp engine and added that the SUV gives motorists so much more car for the money its on the market for.
Chas Hallett, editor-in-chief of What Car?, said: “As well as great fuel economy and low emissions, it has loads of standard equipment, plenty of passenger space and an elevated seating position. The flexible seating can also be folded flat in a second for easy loading.”
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