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Comments

    • Dude RU4 Real
      Dude RU4 Real

      Sold!

      about 19 days ago
    • Dicky Knees
      Dicky Knees

      Wow, the front “A” pillar looks very wide. That’s a bad blind spot.

      about 3 months ago
    • Daniel Meléndez
      Daniel Meléndez In reply to Dicky Knees

      That's why there is a Blind Spot Monitoring system in this car.

      about 3 months ago
    • Daniel Meléndez
      Daniel Meléndez

      The CX-3’s suspension is great for countries like mine. Unlike the Mazda 3, a car that can be easily destroyed by the terrible road conditions and speed bumps all around my city, the CX3 deals with all that despite having pretty much the same ground clearance as the Mazda3. Also, higher seats increase survival chances in accidents, not to mention old people will realize that getting on/off the CX3 is a much easier task (my mom loves my CX3 for that). There’s also an emotional factor: some people just don’t want to buy sedans/hatchbacks and buy crossovers because... they just do, and that’s perfectly OK in my book.

      This little bad boy is very niche, geared to people with peculiar needs, and I totally fit in that group.

      about 3 months ago
    • Matt curry
      Matt curry

      Achilles heel alright. The CX3 has to have some of the worst packaging of any car on the market. It's only slightly smaller than the 3 on the outside, but way smaller on the inside. Like a reverse tardis. How Mazda achieved this is anyone's guess.

      about 3 months ago
    • Blake Swan
      Blake Swan

      Americans buy a Mazda 3 hatch which has more room, better performance for the same or less money. The CX3 is a poser vehicle with alot of limitations.

      about 3 months ago
    • Tony
      Tony In reply to Blake Swan

      because mazda cx3 is based on mazda 2 not on mazda 3

      about 3 months ago
    • Russell C
      Russell C In reply to Blake Swan

      Well said. Most crossovers these days are that, a poser vehicle. The original crossovers were "SUV's on car frames". They've morphed into this slick machines that aren't much more than bloated hatchbacks/estates. Which is fine, just not my cup of tea. When you shrink that bloated vehicle down to this size.. it's hard to see it as a "crossover" anymore.

      about 3 months ago