The 2021 Mazda CX-5 compact crossover gets a modest price bump over the 2020 model but adds a larger 10.3-inch display screen and a new Carbon Edition trim, the automaker announced Tuesday. 

Mazda keeps nudging its products into the premium space with scads of standard safety and convenience features. It competes as much with the 2021 Honda CR-V as it does the 2021 Acura RDX. 

The 2021 CX-5 Sport base model starts at $26,370,¬†including $1,100 mandatory destination charge. That’s an $80 increase over 2020. A 10.3-inch display screen replaces a 7.0-inch screen from last year that’s controlled by steering wheel buttons or a knob in the center console. It is not a touchscreen, which provokes a fair amount of criticism, but Mazda claims it’s safer. Advanced safety features include adaptive cruise control that can restart itself from a stop in traffic, automatic emergency…

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