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I forgot to mention a few other things in my review. Gas mileage is amazing. I've tracked my mileage since I've owned the car, and I average 34 MPG (or 7.0L/100 KM). Mazda is a bit optimistic when it comes to their fuel economy calculations like all other manufacturers. Regardless, I am still very satisfied with the numbers I'm achieving. I have to add the lack of room in the back seat to my list of complaints. I'm a single person and the back seat is rarely used, which is why I consider this to be a minor complaint. As for front seat room, I find it to be adequate, but I'm only 5'8" and 150 lbs. I do wish the telescoping steering wheel had a longer range of adjustment. It can be a reach, making it uncomfortable on a longer commute. Another gripe is that the trunk doesn't pop open when the button is released. It was a handy feature on my previous car, and I miss it. In a nutshell, if you expect this to be a great family car, please look elsewhere. A Toyota Corolla would be much more suitable. If you're a single person or a couple who rarely uses the back seat and doesn't mind a less comfortable ride in exchange for responsive handling, this car is a perfect fit.Report it
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