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A car's appearance is of upmost importance

The Mazda CX-3’s talent goes deeper than its attractive skin

29th November, 2015
The new Mazda CX-3 is one of the best-driving of the small crossovers on the market

I’m pretty sure someone famous once said something along the lines of “looks aren’t everything; they’re the only thing”. They were unlikely to be referring to the car market, but it can be applied here to a certain extent. Sure, buyers are limited by budget, seating requirements and running costs, but all those things being equal, a car’s appearance will be of utmost importance. And on that score the Mazda CX-3 should win the buyer’s...

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