Crossovers are scalding hot right now because people want vehicles with sport utility size and practicality, but with driving dynamics of a car.
Fortunately, you don’t have to pay a lot of money to get into these jack-of-all-trade vehicles, especially with new sub-compact crossovers coming out like the Honda HR-V and the Mazda CX-3. Unfortunately, pricing information for the small Mazda crossover haven’t been announced, but when it does, you can expect it to be somewhere near the top of this list. Here’s our list that starts at under $23,000 including destination.
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From a utilitarian box on wheels to a sleek near-luxury SUV the style shift is almost shocking in its departure from the past.
Pairing that dramatic redesign with a long list of upgrades, does this latest model have what it takes to put the Pilot at the helm of the 3-row crossover segment?
While we should keep you waiting with a line like “you’ll never guess what happens next,” the short answer is: yes.
Over the past few years utility vehicles like the boxy Ford Escape and the square Nissan Pathfinder have traded in their chiseled looks for a more curvy appearance. Now the Pilot is following that trend, and for good reason. Or should we say reasons.
First and foremost is the truck’s perception.
Honda’s market research surrounding the previous generation Pilot indicates that the two main rejection reasons for that model were styling and fuel economy. According to
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