I live in Michigan and needless to say we have had a pretty harsh winter, but luckily I haven't had to deal with getting stuck in the snow or worrying about weather at all while driving my car. It's plowed through 6-12 inch snow drifts without a problem. The traction control and AWD work great. It's pretty roomy and its a good crossover vehicle for someone like myself who doesn't want something too big.
2007 Mazda CX-7james - Columbus, MS10/30/2008
This is the worst crossover to date. Way over priced and very expensive to repair. Everything is cheaply made and hard to find when needing replaced. Mazda is a very poor company to deal with and has no concerns for the customer. My 2007 CX-7 has 58,000 total highway miles and out of warrenty. I've spent over $2500 in repairs to fix a bad hid light and a/c compressor and now it looks like my turbo seals are going bad. I still owe $23000 on this junk and it is worth $12000 on its best day. It's hard to sleep at night knowing we bought this thing and can't get rid of it and nobody(mazda or dealer) thinks they should help, so what does that tell you of their workmanship and quality of vehicle. Can't give any photos because it is still in the shop.
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