I would actually recommend this car for someone who won't have people in the backseat very often. It is a small car and exactly what I was looking for (and more) for our second vehicle, but it would be too small for a family car unless everyone is under 5'5". My 6'2" honey can squeeze in fairly comfortably in the driver's seat, but only the dogs can fit in the seat behind him. It's perfect for zipping around the city and squeezing in small parking spots.
I am always so surprised at how well thought out the car is. I never find my self wishing something was easier to reach or use.
It really is just a nice car. Looks nice, feels nice, drives nice, great gas mileage with plenty of power. Will definitely be buying Mazda again.
It is a great car overall, but as someone allergic to pets, after purchasing the vehicle I started noticing I was getting itchy every time I got in the vehicle, only to find the back seats were riddled with pet hair. needless to say, lots of work in front of me!
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