Are we really all going to drive a compact crossover? If you look on the road, it looks suspiciously like that. Gradually we have to fear a bit for the future of the compact hatchback.
While there is still so much goodies for sale in this segment. The Ford Fiesta, the Seat Ibiza and the Volkswagen Polo prove that once again in this issue of Auto Review.
How good is the Mazda CX-60 PHEV really?
More than ten years ago, Mazda did not chase the premium brands with one, but two large SUVs. Despite powerful four- and six-cylinder engines and a lot of luxury, the CX-7 and CX-9 failed in their mission. The new CX-60 is looking for revenge. With its favorable price and 327 hp plug-in hybrid powertrain, it has premium players such as the BMW X3, Volvo XC60 and Lexus NX in its sights, and is also aiming for the Kia Sorento.
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But wait, there’s more. Order Auto Review 11 in our webshop (or grab it from the magazine shelf) if you want to read about:
- What eats luggage, passengers and asphalt, devours a Porsche as a snack, but doesn’t let a little fart in the process? That’s the Ford F-150 Lightning;
- With the special study model Oli, Citroën thinks it has an answer to the climate and energy problems. Could this be the Duck of the 21st century?;
- Grown-up boys who still love to play with tricycles will probably find the Morgan Super 3 the coolest toy in the world;
- And driving impressions of the Renault Austral, Hongqi E-HS9, DS 7 and Smart #1.