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post #1 of 3 Old 06-06-2015, 09:28 PM Thread Starter
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Consumer Reports mini driving review

2016 Mazda CX-3 SUV First Drive - Consumer Reports

"Fully baked, this subcompact crossover oozes tasty appeal.

What's also impressive is that the CX-3 packs a ton of features into a small package and at a competitive price.

A base CX-3 Sport starts at around $20,000. A mid-level Touring trim will cost around $23,000.*

Still, youíre getting a ton of features for around $26,000 for a loaded GT-trim model."
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Quite possibly better than the HR-V, and could be enough to pull people away from Toyota's Rav4, something I can see happening.
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For comparison, same mag and format review of HRV.
I think its makes clear their favorite.

I was encouraged by what they though a loaded CX-3 will go for (26k), much less than a 3 (about 30)

Driving the 2016 Honda HR-V ? Consumer Reports

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