That is not correct. Last month the CX-30 outsold the CX-3 by almost 5 to 1 and the CX-30 had over half the sales of the CX-5 in Canada. It is only a matter of time before the CX-3 is dropped.I’m Canadian and the CX-3 still sells (about = 60% of CX-30 sales), so it’s worth it for them, though apparently not the Mazda6 which is gone.
The CX-5 will still be smaller and cheaper than the CX-50. I wonder if it will stick around for a couple of years before being phased out. Given that motor journalists love the turbo and feel like it transforms the car, it would be a shame to see it go. Maybe I’ll have a shot at a 2022 Signature before the 2023 CX-50 grabs the limelight.
Mazda Canada Reports Sales for August 2021