I’m a little sad about dumping the CX-5, but I’m very happy that my wife got a good car for a good price. This should provide us with many years of trouble-free service.

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Illustration for article titled The Highlander is home and the CX-5 is not.

It had 3 miles on the odometer when we took delivery. The cooled seats are already my favorite things.

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Also, my wife is going to get a speeding ticket. This has almost twice the horsepower (literally) of the CX-5. I already had to tell her to slow down twice on the way home.

Bye bye, little CX-5. Seven years and 68,500 miles of service. I hope it provides someone else with reliable and economical transportation like it did us.

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