For many family buyers, a conventional people-mover like the Kia Carnival or Honda Odyssey is the ultimate manifestation of apathy. A sure path to social death. The end of dreams and youth, alike.
Whether this is a furphy or not, seven-seat crossover SUVs such as the popular Mazda CX-9 and just-launched Skoda Kodiaq are widely seen as a more respectable path (usually tarmac-coated) to take.
The Mazda is one of our favourite large, urban crossovers alongside the Kia Sorento, and among the most popular cars in class among private buyers. Mazda has injected its semi-premium DNA into its range flagship, luring many away from the more familiar Toyota Kluger.
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