2014 Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring AWD Long-Term Road Test

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edited September 2014 in Mazda

image2014 Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring AWD Long-Term Road Test

Here's our last fuel economy update for our long-term 2014 Mazda CX-5.

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  • uthikeruthiker Member Posts: 18
    I only have 8000 miles on my 2014 CX5 GT AWD. Only 2 tanks of gas were 25 MPG the rest 26 to a best of 32.8. With most 27 to 28 MPG Its all in how you drive.
  • legacygtlegacygt Member Posts: 599
    Another reference point: Your long term Subaru Impreza go 25.9 MPG. That's slightly higher but it's a much less engaging drive and less likely to inspire any aggressive driving. Also, the Impreza promises 30 mpg combined. Mazda isn't necessarily putting up the best EPA numbers but it does a better job than most manufacturers at making cars that actually come close to hitting the EPA numbers.
  • ocramidajzjocramidajzj Member Posts: 91
    Should "those keeping score" also be aware that those numbers maybe skewed by the heavy right foot of most Edmund's drivers?. :-)
  • ocramidajzjocramidajzj Member Posts: 91
    I retract my statement. Looks like Erin factored that in, but it was not on the summary page.
  • zimtheinvaderzimtheinvader Member Posts: 580
    I've found if I keep it under 70 I can get 30-31 mpg out of the 2.0 If I go over 70 mph or get a bit too enthusiastic with passing or quicker starts it quickly drops.
  • stovt001_stovt001_ Member Posts: 799
    70+ mph is where I notice fuel economy really nosedives hard.
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