For £20,000, should I get a petrol driven Mazda 4x4?

I have £20,000 to spend on a small 4x4. What do you suggest I get? I like the petrol driven Mazda.

Asked on 23 February 2017 by Barry Allen

Answered by Honest John
For that, with a discount, you can probably get a Suzuki Vitara S 1.4 T Boosterjet 4x4. The Mazda CX-5 petrol model isn't 4x4. But I guess you mean the CX-3 Sport 2.0 Skyactiv G 4x4 that lists at £22,495 and should come for about the same money as the Vitara. It's a very sweet car, but slightly higher emissions and slightly worse economy than the Vitara.
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