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My wife is short and she said the mirrors are too big and she has trouble seeing around them so a smaller mirror for her would not be a bad idea.
Were the folding mirrors expensive?
 

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My wife is short and she said the mirrors are too big and she has trouble seeing around them so a smaller mirror for her would not be a bad idea.
Were the folding mirrors expensive?
the mirrors are standard Mazda,it's just a kit to make them fold in and out when the car is locked/unlocked.cost me £117 supply and fit , that's with a dealer discount[my sons in the trade}:D
 

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Playthru1, aren't you in the U.S.? Our mirrorrs move inside the housings, but the housings are fixed ... so no folding.

None for the CX-3, but I see a few CX-5 versions on eBay.
 
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