2018 Mazda3.

Mazda3 Gets Value Boost


Mazda ups equipment levels across the Mazda3 range 

One of the best small cars on sale, the Mazda3, has just got better, with Mazda enhancing specification levels across the Mazda3 range.

The base Mazda3 Neo gets the biggest upgrade morphing into the Neo Sport, with Mazda’s MZD infotainment system, which includes a DAB+ radio and a reversing camera along with two additional speakers, raising the speaker count to six.

Stepping up to the Mazda3 Maxx Sport – formerly Mazda3 Maxx – and buyers of the updated Mazda3 Maxx Sport are treated to the addition of automatic headlights and wipers, dual-zone climate and an electric park brake.

Finally, the updated Mazda3 Touring will gain keyless entry.

These new features are on top of the Mazda3’s already comprehensive standard equipment list which includes autonomous emergency braking, and Maxx Sport models and above also get reverse autonomous braking along with blind spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert.

Pricing – National Drive Away Price for sedan and hatch

Neo Sport 6MT $21,490
6AT $23,490
Maxx Sport 6MT $23,490
6AT $25,490
Touring 6MT $25,490
6AT $27,490
SP25 6MT $25,990
6AT $27,990
SP25 GT 6MT $29,990
6AT $31,990
SP25 Astina 6MT $33,490
6AT $35,490

The revised Mazda3 range is on sale now.

2018 Mazda3.

2018 Mazda3.


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