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2.5 Elegance 7-Seater (A)
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$17,200 /yr 12.3km/L 192 bhp 6-speed (A)
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2.5 Luxury 7-Seater (A)
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$18,100 /yr 12.3km/L 192 bhp 6-speed (A)
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2.5 Luxury 6-Seater (A)
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$18,400 /yr 12.3km/L 192 bhp 6-speed (A)
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2.5 Super Luxury 6-Seater (A)  New Variant
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- 12.3km/L 192 bhp 6-speed (A)
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Price updated 01-Dec-2021

Mazda CX-8
3.5 stars - based on 6 reviews
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Car Review - Mazda CX-8 2.5 Luxury 6-Seater (A)
Mazda's SUV range offers a lot of European style with sensible Japanese values, and the new CX-8 further proves this with added space for six or seven seats.
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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Bring back CX9, make driving more fun.
Very poor quality car. 1st day of ownership, brake making noise. Today mark 6th month of ownership, something underneath the car broken or loose. The drive - very poor, too skinny car, but high roof. Control is very lacking. Heavy car with weak engine, make a lot of noise when accelerating. Will not recommend if one expect a proper handling car. Japanese car is not for handling. The gearbox is a poor 6 speed auto, making cruising very fuel not efficient. The look - look average. At this day and age, still using tungsten for signal light and interior lighting, it's way behind time. Totally don't give a feeling of looking at the car again after you lock the door, wish that you can disassociate oneself with the car Will buy/won't buy/go try? I would say if one is having budget issue, this car can consider. If have plenty of cash, go for continental car, this is not a driver's car. It is just another Japanese car trying to up sell itself close to a continental car, which itself lack all the aspect of being a continental. Even an entry level Audi drives better than this.
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Most enjoyable SUV
Drove this car for a month now. Reviews below. Generally an excellent 7 seater SUV compared to many other of its peers.
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A must try for anyone looking for a 7 seater SUV
Changed from an Odyssey to the CX8 and no regret 1.5 month into ownership. Great exterior design that I am sure will stand the test of time. Interior feels more premium than its Japanese counterparts and even the entry level Conti SUV. Chassis definitely feels more solid and cabin is much quieter than the Odyssey. 3rd row seats are better than most other 5+2 SUVs but still can't compare with those in MPV. Drive is very smooth and the 6 speed transmission is clever enough to know what exactly your right foot is trying to do. Engine power is sufficient. Ride comfort is pretty decent for a car in its class. Ventilated front seats Is a pity that it is not equipped with the latest infotainment system like those in the CX-30 and Mazda 3. The system in the CX 8 is slow to load at startup and resolution of the 8" Screen is average at best.
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Value-for-money 7 Seater SUV
Driven CX-8 for 2 months, my family and I are happy with it so far. It really is a value for money SUV for a family. Very comfortable ride, the power is sufficient, accelerates eagerly without any lag despite weighing 1.8 ton. FC average about 10.5km/l. Enjoyed the safety features and it improve the driving experience.
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2020 Mazda CX-8 14 19-Sep-2021
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