Mazda has restructured the trim levels of its CX-5 and CX-8 crossover range in Thailand, consisting of equipment rearrangement while prices start at Bt1.32 million and Bt1.499 million respectively.
The CX-5 lineup now consists of four choices – the 2.0 S (Bt1.32 million), 2.0 SP (Bt1.47 million), XDL (Bt1.77 million) and 2.5 Turbo SP (Bt1.83 million).
All CX-5 models now come with LED headlights and tail lights, 8-inch center touchscreen, G-Vectoring Control Plus and six airbags as standard. Upper trim levels include digital instrument panel, BOSE sound system, real wood trim, deep red Nappa leather, i-Activsense safety pack, 19-inch wheels and all-wheel-drive.
The CX-8, meanwhile, is now available in five trim levels – 2.5 S (Bt1.499 million), 2.5 SP (Bt1.599 million), 2.5 SP Exclusive (Bt1.639 million), XDL (Bt1.799 million) and XDL Exclusive (Bt2.069 million).
All models get LED lighting, powered tailgate and 8-inch center display, and there’s also a choice for six or seven seats (Exclusive trim).
Mazda Sales Thailand vice president Thee Permpongphand said Mazda plans to maintain its five-percent market share in Thailand by selling 38,000 vehicles here this year. During the first 10 months of 2021 the company had already sold 28,327 vehicles, down six per cent compared to the same period the year before.
“We are offering product updates in the crossover category to stimulate the market and freshen up our product range in a segment that has been growing,” he said.
Mazda is also organizing a large number of sales events at showrooms, shopping centers and public areas in order to reach target customers more effectively. The company is offering interest-free installment options as well as insurance/Mazda Care, and maintenance packages.