Should I wait for the new CX-5 or go for the current model?

I have a new Mazda CX-5 from stock due for part exchange with a 4 year old Skoda Superb in early January. I've read your 'Best for 2017' and saw new improved CX-5 due mid 2017. The garage are happy to go with me either way. However, details of the new CX-5 are sparse. What would you advise?

Asked on 20 December 2016 by Douglas CORRIE

Answered by Honest John
Brexit means that UK car prices are likely to rise by about 10% in the New Year. The new CX-5 is much better looking. Is the dealer offering a new model blight discount on the new CX-5? That, plus the prospect of the likely 10% increase, might swing it for me.
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