In Mazda’s house of rivalry, things are pretty similar

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In Mazda’s house of rivalry, things are pretty similar

CX-5 or CX-30? If boot space and ground clearance don’t faze you, there’s money to be saved

Brenwin Naidu

Variety is great. The spice of life, they say. But does it feel that there might be too much of it on the motoring landscape now?

We are at the point where manufacturers are launching products to fill gaps nobody really thought needed to be filled.

Take Mazda, for instance, and its CX-prefixed offerings, serving buyers who want something with an edgier, rugged persona. If your size preference is compact, the CX-3 would be your pick. If you want something larger, have a CX-5...

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