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Glad you got something that she likes. AM trying to talk a neighbor out of a x2 (which looks absolutely hideous!) and into a CX-5.

Was going to post a review of the CX-3 which just came out today on one of my favorite auto related sites, TTAC. But you won't need it now.

https://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2018/10/2019-mazda-cx-3-gt-awd-review-size-small/

Interesting read. Although we only drove one for a few miles, I feel like I can agree mostly with the writer on his assessment. I think he's right on that it's like a Miata with a backpack (I drove a 2000 Miata for 11 years). The storage in the CX-3 was tiny as was the rear seat. Totally impractical for our needs at this time, but if storage isn't a priority then probably a great choice for someone wanting a mini crossover with sporting intentions.
 

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Glad you got something that she likes. AM trying to talk a neighbor out of a x2 (which looks absolutely hideous!) and into a CX-5.

Was going to post a review of the CX-3 which just came out today on one of my favorite auto related sites, TTAC. But you won't need it now.

https://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2018/10/2019-mazda-cx-3-gt-awd-review-size-small/

Good luck with that. It is a tough sell to swap 258lb-ft torque (X2) for 146lb-ft torque (CX-3). I agree the looks of the CX-3 are far superior (if you like crossovers to begin with) but if you can afford 0-60 in 6.3sec that is the way for me.


I would drive a bathtub if it went like the dickens. Oh wait...
 

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I bought MUV for my wife, because she loves long trips with her three sisters. So, I decided to buy Maruti Suzuki Ertiga. She is happy. Firstly, this car has a huge cabin with seven seats. Secondly, capacious trunk contains a few suitcases.
 
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