Mazda CX-3 vs Honda HR-V

Two new models are to enter the highly contested small crossover sector that we usually associate with the likes of the Nissan Juke, Peugeot 2008 or Opel Mokka: the Mazda CX-3 and the Honda HR-V, both with undeniable qualities and a chance to become best in class.

It seems that this time the Australian motoring press was privileged in both cases and got the cars for reviews earlier than everybody else. It would therefor only be fair to put them side by side so that you can have better context and understand each model better. Below are reviews of both by CarAdvice and Motoring.

The Honda is easier to drive and more comfort oriented, while the Mazda is less about space and comfort and more about style and the way it drives; both are pretty cool in their own right.

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