Australia's best selling SUV has just been updated - this is the 2015 Mazda CX-5.
While it may not look too different from the outside, Mazda has made some pretty big changes, including a lot of new technology and a revised interior.
The changes are instantly noticeable to someone who has spent some time in a CX-5 - and I'm not just talking about this new white leather trim.
Mazda's MZD Connect media system sits where the old grainy media unit was, and there's the company's Commander rotary control system that makes trawling through the navigation and media menus simple.
The lower dashboard also looks more classy - there are revised storage areas, a neater centre stack without those red instruments and bigger door pockets.
The rear seat is also at the better end of the segment, but there are still no rear air vents.
Not much has changed in the cargo area, but the higher spec models still get the clever 40:20:40 split fold seat.
The 2015 Mazda CX-5 goes to show that if it ain't broke, don't fix it... Just make little changes to help make it better than it already was.