2008 Mazda CX-7merlynpapi - Atwater Village, CA05/25/2011
CX7 is just what i expected....a sporty suv...drives like a sedan more than an SUV.
Now if you are looking for a fuel efficient SUV, you won't find in CX7. You have to be able to live with 17-19 MPG city driving.
2008 Mazda CX-7ravenfan - Darlington,MD03/09/2010
I have been very pleased with the CX7. It has a classy look and the turbo gives it plenty of power. When you close the door you can tell that it is built solid. The only negative thing I would say is the headlights are angled in a way to avoid blinding on-coming traffic, so on very dark roads you definitely need high-beams on or you can't see very well in the distance.
Good car, decent price, great in all weather.
2008 Mazda CX-7Tristan - Detroit, MI03/05/2015
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.
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