The upgraded Mazda CX-5 goes on sale this spring and will be priced from £22,295.
Engine options include three 2.0-litre petrol two-wheel drive variants equipped with six-speed manual transmissions, and thirteen 2.2-litre diesel versions - six of which are available with all-wheel drive - fitted with a choice of six speed manual or automatic transmissions.
The model range is available in three grades: SE-L, SE-L Lux and Sport Nav.
Standard equipment on all include manual front passenger seat height adjustment, electronic parking brake, a coming/leaving home headlamp function and the company's multimedia commander with separate volume dial.
A new 7-inch colour touch-screen centre console incorporates DAB radio, two ports for USB connectivity and MZD Connect. Paired with a smartphone, MZD Connect makes it easier to take advantage of functions such as internet connectivity and access to social networking services.
Top-of-the-range Sport Nav models benefit from new exterior features including 19-inch Gunmetal alloy wheels and LED headlamps and foglamps.
Sport Nav trim options include Mazda radar cruise control and a safety pack incorporating several newly-developed technologies including adaptive LED headlamps, the lane-keep assist system, advanced blind-spot motoring with rear cross-traffic alert and rear smart city brake support.
Mazda UK sales director Peter Allibon said: “No other vehicle in the Mazda range demonstrates the value of SKYACTIV technology more clearly than the Mazda CX-5.
“It has allowed the company to build a compact SUV that delivers outstanding fuel economy and low CO2 emissions without compromising either performance or driving dynamics. And now, for 2015, significant enhancements and standard equipment upgrades make the Mazda CX-5 more price-competitive than ever before.”