Mazda CX-5 Named ‘Top Family Choice Vehicle’ by Greater Atlanta Automotive Media Association
Biggers Mazda has proudly served the Hanover Park area for decades, offering the latest news on upcoming Mazda vehicles. The most recent Mazda news has our whole shop buzzing with excitement: the 2013 Mazda CX-5 was honored by the Greater Atlanta Automotive Media Association as the “Top Family Choice Vehicle” for 2013.
What is the Greater Atlanta Automotive Media Association?
This organization, otherwise known as “GAAMA” is a group of auto specialists who keep the world informed of the latest news in the auto world. They track changes in various vehicles including mid-generation refreshes and complete redesigns. They also track various “movers and shakers” in the industry and create interesting, informative articles to advertise all the best news in the auto world.
What Did They Say About the Mazda CX-5?
What didn’t they say! The GAAMA claimed that “The CX-5 was the clear winner for the overall ‘Top Family Choice Vehicle’ award” and they praised its style, ease of control, and low cost of ownership. They also praised its 35 mpg rating as being perfect for a family vehicle.
Why Did it Win the Award?
The CX-5 is available for only $20,695. The GAAMA loved how accessible this price made the CX-5 to a wide range of families. The CX-5 also comes with a wide range of safety features like 17-inch wheels with all-season tires, automatic headlight shut-off, and more.
What About Comfort?
The GAAMA praised the CX-5 for its comfortable and handsome seating. They found the innovative push button start easy to use and loved the auto open and close door options. Other highly praised features included a high powered air conditioning system as well as an adaptable radio system which features a CD player with mp3 compatibility.
Any Other GAAMA Mazda Winners?
Yes: the 2014 Mazda6 was named as the “Best Green Family Choice Vehicle,” praised for possessing an incredible 38 mpg fuel efficiency rating. The GAAMA also loved its two engine options which included gasoline and diesel models, both of which sit under 2.5L.