One of the most important aspects to consider when shopping for a new vehicle is how much interior space you require. How many people will you need to transport? How much gear and equipment will you need to carry? Here, our team at Seacoast Mazda has outlined the passenger and cargo space of each Mazda SUV to help you determine which model offers the space you need.
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2017 Mazda CX-3, CX-5, and CX-9 interior space
|Mazda CX-3||Mazda CX-5||Mazda CX-9|
|Interior Volume (cubic feet)||88||104||135|
|Min/Max Cargo Volume (cubic feet)||12.4 / 44.5||30.9 / 59.6||14.4 / 71.2|
|Front Head/Leg Room (inches)||38.4 / 41.7||39.7 / 41.0||39.9 / 41.0|
|Rear Head/Leg Room (inches)||37.2 / 35.0||39.0 / 39.6||38.5 / 39.4|
As you can see from the table, the CX-9 is the largest of the three Mazda SUVs when it comes to seating capacity, passenger space, and maximum cargo volume. It’s the clear choice for shoppers who require more than five seats. All three models differ in terms of front and rear seat head and leg room, but not by much. Although the CX-3 and CX-5 both have room for five, the CX-5 has an interior volume of 16 more cubic feet than the CX-3.
Which Mazda SUV is right for you?
Utilizing the information here, you can get a better idea of which Mazda SUV is best suited for you in terms of space. There are, however, plenty of other elements to consider when buying a new vehicle. The CX-3, CX-5, and CX-9 all come in multiple trim levels in order to cater to a wide variety of drivers. Each one has a unique set of features and capabilities to choose from.
If you are interested in checking out the Mazda SUVs in person, we invite you to take a look at our new Mazda Inventory at Seacoast Mazda and schedule a time to get behind the wheel at your convenience.