“You won’t be shocked to discover that the CX-3 offers a typically Mazdaesque set of handling skills,” we wrote when reviewing the 2016 Mazda CX-3 GT last month.
“The sense of style is high.”
“Quick and accurate steering, limited body roll, and predictable responses make the CX-3 a joy on a winding rural road.”
Now, we have another review of the CX-3 from Alex On Autos’ Alex Dykes.
The CX-3 has been available in Canada since May. 4353 have already been sold by Mazda Canada. The CX-3 only arrived in the U.S. in August. 2038 were sold in its first two months on the market. The CX-3 was Canada’s 17th-best-selling utility vehicle in July.