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Japanese car manufacturer Mazda has been selling cars in Australia since the 1970s. Today its compact Mazda 3 and family sedan Mazda 6 are two of the most popular cars in Australia. Read More
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Mazda CX-3 is one car that even Mazda admits is often bought on looks alone. It's hard to deny that it is one helluva cute car with a price tag that says 'go on, take me home'.
It’s built on the diminutive Mazda 2 platform, which means it is not a real family car. But singles and couples won’t care about a small boot if they can exchange that for good looks and a fun car to drive. You see, more than 60,000 CX-3s have been sold in Australia since its launch in 2015.
That’s a lot for a car that was basically one of the trailblazers for compact cross-over vehicles - especially as now there are a lot of competitors in the SUV space.
Mazda CX-3 owners love the level of safety features and tech incorporated into each car and the quality of the trim (which is now standard across all models - no choices).
AWD drivers comment on the level of grip and that even though the ride height is slightly higher than a standard Mazda 3, it’s not noticeable when cornering.
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