2016 Mazda CX-3: Tiny CUV Packs Plenty Of Fun

Crossovers suck! …said the average enthusiast, who might be looking to eat their own words in the near future. Crossovers have gotten a lot better, and a whole lot more engaging to drive. Exhibit M: The Mazda CX-3.
It’s a sub-compact CUV packing in a whole lot of driving enjoyment.
Do we wish there were more wagon options out there? Yes, no question.
Are there finally crossovers we can actually enjoy driving? Yes, absolutely.
The Mazda CX-3 is near the top of that list too, as long as you don’t have serious cargo space needs.
[Disclaimer: Mazda tossed us the keys to the CX-3 for a week and included a tank of gas. We drove the car hard and didn’t put much of a dent into that fuel gauge.]

By |2016-02-05T12:00:23+00:00February 5th, 2016|Featured, Mazda Reviews, Reviews, Road Test Reviews, Video Reviews|0 Comments

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