The end of the CX3?

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santa
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Re: The end of the CX3?

Post by santa » Mon Jan 13, 2020 8:28 am

steve67 wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 6:43 pm
I see the CX3 Disappearing for good and a new CX20 launching at a later date,
so MAZDA will have the cx20, cx30, mx 50 adding the 0 to show the new generation of cars...so in time the cx5 replacement being the cx50 etc..etc.. well that would be the logical way to go..i haer they are dropping the 6 shortly aswell
I agree and it would make sense.
I'm hoping for a new CX-20 based on a shortened 3 platform with new engines and hybrid versions.

The 6 is planned to be replaced next year I believe, Mazda is currently working on a new Large Architecture platform which i rearwheel drive with optional AWD and two new inline 6 cylindre engines; Skyactiv-X and diesel.
It's even speculated that Toyota and Lexus will use the platform and engines.
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Re: The end of the CX3?

Post by steve67 » Wed Jan 22, 2020 11:51 am

So the day has come....it's been a long good bye..
Picking up a new CX30 GT SPORT on Saturday.
One of those annoying cyclist, who happens to also drive a CX3 SPORT NAV IN ETERNAL BLUE on the odd occasion ... The CX3 has been a pleasure to drive but it's time to move on. ...NOW DRIVING A MAZDA CX30 GT SPORT-JAN 2020

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Re: The end of the CX3?

Post by Strangways » Wed Jan 22, 2020 6:37 pm

steve67 wrote:
Wed Jan 22, 2020 11:51 am
So the day has come....it's been a long good bye..
Picking up a new CX30 GT SPORT on Saturday.
Goodbye Steve and thanks for all your input. I'm sure you will have as much fun, or even more, with your new purchase.
I have not driven one, but I did sit it one yesterday and it did feel a bit more plush than the CX-3. I have no reason to change, the CX-3 gives me everything I need, but for anybody needing a little more space it has to be a considered choice.
Have fun
;)
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Re: The end of the CX3?

Post by steve67 » Thu Jan 23, 2020 12:16 pm

Strangways wrote:
Wed Jan 22, 2020 6:37 pm
steve67 wrote:
Wed Jan 22, 2020 11:51 am
So the day has come....it's been a long good bye..
Picking up a new CX30 GT SPORT on Saturday.
Goodbye Steve and thanks for all your input. I'm sure you will have as much fun, or even more, with your new purchase.
I have not driven one, but I did sit it one yesterday and it did feel a bit more plush than the CX-3. I have no reason to change, the CX-3 gives me everything I need, but for anybody needing a little more space it has to be a considered choice.
Have fun
;)
Cheers.

We would still be in a Cx3 , (it's a good car) had the dealer not pulled out the deal he did.... initially the cx30 was too far out of our budget but they worked some magic, as they do, and being on a PCP made it even better deal

Keep on enjoying the CX3's 👍
One of those annoying cyclist, who happens to also drive a CX3 SPORT NAV IN ETERNAL BLUE on the odd occasion ... The CX3 has been a pleasure to drive but it's time to move on. ...NOW DRIVING A MAZDA CX30 GT SPORT-JAN 2020

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Re: The end of the CX3?

Post by steve67 » Sat Jan 25, 2020 9:07 pm

Signing off.....
Ciao...
:D

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Re: The end of the CX3?

Post by switchback » Sun Jan 26, 2020 5:49 pm

I saw one the same in the showroom the other day and it looks much better that I thought with regard to the plastic areas..............Not too much at all, looks really good 8-) .
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Re: The end of the CX3?

Post by captaindave » Tue Jan 28, 2020 7:19 pm

switchback wrote:
Sun Jan 26, 2020 5:49 pm
I saw one the same in the showroom the other day and it looks much better that I thought with regard to the plastic areas..............Not too much at all, looks really good 8-) .
Yep agreed, saw one when i had CX3 serviced the other day, looks much better in the flesh.
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Re: The end of the CX3?

Post by BWJ » Sat Feb 29, 2020 3:56 pm

CX3 2.0, Aut. Nav. Optimum SRC. dec. 2019.

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Re: The end of the CX3?

Post by HouseSpider » Sat Feb 29, 2020 5:09 pm

:D Yippee!
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Re: The end of the CX3?

Post by HouseSpider » Sat Feb 29, 2020 5:10 pm

:D Yippee!
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