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One notable supplementary attribute of the CX5 that garners personal preference.


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As indicated by the headline, what is your preferred supplementary attribute of the CX5? The head-up display is my preferred choice. Initially, I had a sceptical perspective about its use; but, I have now developed a desire for its widespread implementation in all automobiles. I have had the opportunity to operate several automobile models, ranging from the modest Fiat Panda to our CX5. It is my belief that all of these vehicles would see improvements in functionality if the driving information were shown inside the driver's direct line of sight.

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I concur with the notion that the heads-up display (HUD) has use. However, I posit that Mazda may have enhanced its functionality by including supplementary data, such as the present radio station or track playing, trip metre, external temperature, and miles per gallon (mpg).

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Memory seats have been seen as a very advantageous feature, comparable to the invention of sliced bread.
The individual in question has a height of 6 feet and 2 inches, while their spouse has a height of 5 feet and 3 inches. Both individuals share equal responsibility in operating the vehicle, each driving around 50% of the time.
This prevents me from experiencing cranial impact on the door frame while she has been operating the vehicle.


The placement of the multimedia controls in close proximity to the gear shifter enhances convenience and safety.

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Indeed, I have just completed the sale of both items. I had a CX500B motorcycle from 1980 to 1985, then acquired another CX500B in 2007, which I owned until the previous year. Additionally, I obtained a US specification CX650 custom motorcycle in 2012, which I possessed until around three weeks ago. Regrettably, the individual is unable to provide sufficient time to use them.

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A companion has just acquired an early model of the 500, which is in rather decent shape.  The individual is unlikely to use the aforementioned item due to possessing a substantial number of other bicycles.  Upon reflection, I have no recollection of his engaging in equestrian activities over a period of many years.

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