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Solid - Arctic white
Arctic White is the sole no-cost colour option that’s available on the CX-5. It provides a pretty vivid visual contrast up against the family SUV’s black bumpers and chrome grille surrounds, but it’s not the most exciting colour option in the world. It’s likely an extremely safe bet as far as residual values will be concerned, but until the time to sell comes you’ll have to put a fair amount of work into keeping it looking clean.
Metallic - Polymetal grey
This shade of Polymetal Grey won’t exactly stick out in a crowd, but it nonetheless gives the CX-5 a classy, if extremely understated, appearance. Against the CX-5’s black bumpers and chrome brightwork, you might find this deep shade of grey to be a bit too monochrome, but it should hide road grime and dirt relatively well, and it’ll prove to be a popular colour on the used market.
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Metallic - Zircon sand
Zircon Sand might not prove to be the most common colour you’ll see on a CX-5, so if you want something a little different from the norm it’ll be a good choice. This gold-beige colour will look fantastic on a sunny day too, and it won’t prove to be a difficult colour to keep looking clean when the weather starts to take a turn for the worse.
Mica - Deep crystal blue
This luscious shade of Deep Crystal Blue makes for a classy colour choice for your CX-5, and provides a tasteful contrast against the car’s darker exterior elements, without making it stand out too much. If you want to add a dash of colour to your car without potentially compromising future residual values too greatly, Deep Crystal Blue will likely make for a safe bet.
Mica - Jet black
Thanks to the CX-5’s sharp, flowing design and tastefully appointed exterior chrome brightwork, this Jet Black shade of paint doesn’t fall into the trap of making this SUV look overly bulky or heavy - as can be the case on so many black cars. That said, it’ll still take a bit of extra work on your part to keep it looking clean, but the positive trade-off is that it should hold its value well.
Special metallic - Machine grey
As a more premium paint option, Machine Grey is a rather more lustrous shade of paint than the slightly lighter coloured Polymetal Grey option. It brings a tastefully premium look to this handsome family SUV, but it’s not going to be the colour for you if you want to stand out from the crowd. That said, grey cars prove popular on the used market, so it still makes for a solid choice.
Special metallic - Rhodium white
Being more pearlescent than Arctic White, Rhodium White gives the CX-5 a more premium finish and adds some sheen when it's in the sunlight. It will be a nightmare to keep clean, but with neutral colours doing better on the used market, it could be the one for you if you're going to sell the car on at the end of your time with it.
Additional special metallic - Soul red crystal
It might be the most expensive colour option you could go for with your Mazda CX-5, but Soul Red Crystal is by far and away the stand-out choice here. Applied to the CX-5’s attractive body work and shown a bit of sunlight, it looks exceptionally smart - particularly if you go for one of the higher trim levels with larger alloy wheels.