Want to buy a Mazda CX-5? Use our car loan calculator to easily calculate your monthly payments in the Philippines. Enter the loan amount, interest rate and term, and get the results instantly. Check monthly payment price calculated by simulating a down payment of 35%, a loan interest rate of 12%, and a loan period of 4 years through the Mazda CX-5 Loan Calculator.
The following prices are calculated based on: the prices of different Mazda CX-5 car variants, a 35% down payment, a 4-year loan term, and a 12% interest rate.
Let’s turn the clock back some five years ago. In 2018, I was 40 pounds lighter and working part-time as a motoring contributor to help me through graduate school. This was also the year that I started my racing career. 2018 was also when the cars in this list were showroom fresh. Even without the “new car smell,” which is actually a combination of chemicals from the manufacturing process, these models still have plenty of life left in them. Indeed, five years is typically the time when most com
The 2023 Ford Territory is set to launch in the Philippines at the 2023 Manila International Auto Show this coming April. In its latest iteration, the next-generation crossover brings brand-new looks, slightly larger dimensions and more power. For context, the current version of the 1.5-liter, twin-cam, 16-valve, inline-4 EcoBoost gasoline engine in the Territory makes 143 PS and 225 Nm of torque. The 2023 version of the motor now produces 160 PS and 248 Nm of torque. This represents a 17 PS and
It's still early in 2023, but automakers are slowly adjusting the prices of their vehicles for the new year. While brands such as Toyota and Honda have already released their new pricing, Mazda Philippines is the latest Japanese brand to join in. A quick check of the local website has revealed that the Japanese automaker has adjusted the pricing of specific models, which includes the Mazda 2, MX-5, CX-3, and the top variant of the recently updated CX-5. Mazda’s pricing updates The Mazda2, in its
Although the rear-wheel-drive Mazda CX-60 and Mazda CX-90 have been hogging the headlines recently, Mazda has another sharp-looking crossover. The Mazda CX-50 isn’t poised to take on the likes of BMW and Mercedes-Benz unlike its larger stablemates. Instead, it uses a larger version of the excellent-handling, front-wheel-drive Mazda3 platform and is a bit larger than the Mazda CX-5 crossover. But the mere fact that Mazda has just introduced the CX-50 in China and has assigned local assembly to th
The Mazda CX-60 is currently sold in Australia, Japan, and Europe – and it heralds a new era in the Japanese carmaker’s history. It may look like a refreshed and lengthened Mazda CX-5, but it is a totally different animal underneath. Take a peek at the spec sheet, and this five-seat crossover looks more like a Japanese competitor to BMW and Mercedes-Benz, which plays along the purposeful move to premium that the company set itself on a few years ago. To reinforce its premium leanings, the CX-60
After the Mazda CX-5 scored the lone “Good” rating out of 20 SUVs tested by the US Insurance Institute for Highway Safety with its more stringent side-impact test published last year, another model from the Hiroshima brand was likewise given the only “Good” rating in the upgraded side-impact test conducted on small cars. The IIHS announced that only the Mazda 3 sedan and hatchback received the “Good” rating among 11 car models tested by the safety institution. The Nissan Sentra, Toyota Corolla s