Mazda has announced the official price list for the brand new CX-3 sub-compact crossover on the Old Continent.
After Mazda North America has disclosed the pricing of the new CX-3, time has come for the sub-compact crossover to get priced in Europe too. According to the car manufacturer, the cheapest version of the car stands at 15,290 euros and this is making it 4,300 euros more expensive than the entry-level Mazda2. Keep in mind that the cost may vary between different markets in Europe and that the model will be offered in the Emotion, Challenge, Attraction, Revolution and Revolution Top.
The entry-level model is bringing features such as the Dynamic Traction Control, tire pressure monitor, Hill Start Assist, power side mirrors, electric windows, push-button start, air conditioning, USB, start / stop and others. This is coming on the front-wheel drive 2.0 liter SkyActiv G120 six-speed manual version. Mazda is also offering the 150 PS variant of the petrol burner, if the 120 PS isn’t enough for you, along with the SkyActiv-D diesel, rated at 105 PS from the 1.5 liter unit. The range-topping variant is adding the leather / lux suede upholstery, power moonroof, heated front seats, automatic climate control, 18-inch alloy wheels, LED taillights and fog lights and more. The car manufacturer is also offering the 6-speed automatic transmission and the all-wheel drive system, but for an extra cost. The Mazda CX-3 is already available for order but the first deliveries of the sub-compact crossover will begin in June.