Anyone driven a new Mazda CX-5 Reserve or Signature?

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I may be interested in one of these in the right color (if the damn dealers around here can ever get one).
Probably lose my ass, but I'm on and off with my 2019 Si, and have been thinking of trading in on something more usable and mature.
 

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My wife drives the CX-9 Touring with the same engine. It has a little bit of turbo lag when you mash the throttle. I appreciate that Mazda still uses standard automatic transmissions instead of CVT. Think we average about 20 mpg mixed driving.

I know the Reserve and Signature are the highest trim levels so you can expect better interior quality and a few added features like the cooling seats and heads up display.
 

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I may be interested in one of these in the right color (if the damn dealers around here can ever get one).
Probably lose my ass, but I'm on and off with my 2019 Si, and have been thinking of trading in on something more usable and mature.
You can't go wrong with the Honda Passport. Is in the high 14s quarter mile. That is fast for a SUV.

Plenty of space. Good amount of ground clearance if you want to venture in some mild off-roading. Great engine.
 

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