Long-term test: Mazda CX-3 2,0 Individual AT

  • teofli

    With an automatic transmission, one might expect the fuel consumption to be higher, but 8.7l per 100 kilometres is too much. My Honda CRV has struggled to reach the 7.6 l per 100 kilometres over a period of 4 years. The lack of automatic locking is also a serious oversight from Mazda. Even my Polo has that. Come on Mazda, I hope this anomaly has been addressed in the facelifted versions.

    • keithbe

      My Fiancée hits 6.7l p/100 without really trying. 40km to work; 80km round trip. Typical Johannesburg traffic from Northern suburbs to slap bang on the edge of JHB central.