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SUV Review: 2020 Mitsubishi RVR vs Maxda CX-3

SUV Review: 2020 Mitsubishi RVR vs Maxda CX-3

 

TriCities Mitsubishi is pleased to continue with the 2020 Mitsubishi RVR reviews with this Mitsubishi RVR vs Mazda CX-3 face off. These two SUVs have a lot of similarities, so it can be a challenge to determine which would be better for your needs. We'll admit, we're biased in that we absolutely love the Mitsubishi RVR, but nevertheless, we've done our best to withhold our preferences with this review in order to give you a subjective look at both SUVs to determine which is the perfect vehicle for your needs. Read on to find out more.

 

The 2020 Mitsubishi RVR

 

 

Completely redesigned for 2020, the Mitsubishi RVR now sports new front and back bumpers and an all-new hood and fender for a sporty look with a sophisticated touch from LED headlamps. Inside is more spacious than previous models, with all-new upscale fabric and quality updates. Enjoy the Smartphone Link Display Audio system with the 8-inch colour display and have easy access to all your apps, messaging, and music from your connected smartphone and keep your focus on the road where it belongs.

 

 

 

 

You'll never question the capability of the RVR with the available All-Wheel Control system that allows you to switch between 2WD, 4WD Auto, and 4WD Lock mode. With this, you'll be able to tackle any road and weather condition that comes your way. There are also the intelligent Traction Control Logic and Anti-Lock Braking systems for overall better handling. You'll also be assisted by sensible safety systems that will alert you to potential dangers and help you avoid them. These include the available Blind Spot Warning and Lane Change Assist systems to alert you to vehicles in your blind spot should you wish to change lanes.

 

 

The Rear Cross-Traffic Alert system helps detect vehicles approaching your sides while you're backing up so you can focus on reversing and not have to worry about a collision. On top of all these safety systems, there's also Forward Collision Mitigation to detect vehicles and pedestrians ahead and help you brake to avoid or reduce a potential frontal collision.

 

The Mazda CX-3

 

 

 

The new Mazda CX-3 also has a sophisticated exterior design and an interior full of technological innovations. The compact yet versatile interior has expandable cargo space, foldable rear seats, and customizable storage accessories to accommodate all of your needs. Stay connected with the Mazda Connect infotainment system with a 7-inch touchscreen display for your messages, apps, and communication. Get the most out of your music thanks to the Bose surround sound, 7-speaker system designed specifically for the CX-3.

 

 

 

The new CX-3 also comes with i-Activ All-Wheel Drive to intuitively predict the road conditions for a more confident drive while G-Vectoring Control provides integrated control of the engine, transmission, chassis, and body. It is a fantastic SUV, no doubt about it, but it hardly competes with the Mitsubishi RVR simply because this is an older SUV that is no longer as exciting as the RVR.

 

References:

  • 2020 Mitsubishi RVR Review Video by AutoTrader.ca
  • Mazda CX-3  Video by Mazda Canada

Categories: Comparision, Mitsubishi RVR Review

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