According to the specs, the Mazda CX-3 has the least cargo capacity in the subcompact SUV segment with a mere 12.4 cu ft. behind its raised back seat. That’s less than most compact sedans, while its many competitors are in the 18–24 cu-ft. range. But what does that difference actually look like?
Well, to find out, we made the CX-3 the latest subcompact SUV to undergo our "all the luggage in the garage" test. As you’ll see, its bag-carrying abilities could be better.
If you’re interested in how other vehicles did in this test, you can view them by following the links below.