New-gen Mazda3 gets priced in the U.S. image

The Japanese based automaker Mazda has recently announced the first pricing details for the new-gen Mazda3 in the United States, where the model will go on sale in September.

According to the car manufacturer, the cheapest version of the 2014 Mazda3 will set you back for 16,945 USD, without the 795 USD destination charge, and it will come nicely equipped with features like the body colored bumpers, the keyless entry, power windows, power locks, tilt / telescopic steering wheel, air conditioning, push-button ignition, sport seats, air conditioning, AUX, USB, four-speaker audio system and some other tweaks.

This version will be followed by the 2014 Mazda3 i Sport which is priced from 18,445 USD. This will add the illuminated steering wheel controls, the Bluetooth, cruise control, tachometer, CD player and more. The Mazda3 i Touring costs 19,595 USD and it will add the rear spoiler, 16-inch aluminum wheels, bright exterior trim, leather wrapped hand brake, contrast stitching on the gearshift lever and steering wheel and the Blind Spot Monitoring System. The i Grand Touring will set you back for 22,745 USD and it will add the leatherette seats, moonroof, heated front seats and power-adjustable driver’s seat.

The s Touring, which is adding bi-xenon headlights, revised grille, LED DRL, 18-inch aluminum wheels, Active Driving Display, steering wheel paddle shifters and more will set you back for 24,595 USD. The top of the line s Grand Touring will start at 25,995 USD for the sedan and it will come with the adaptive front lights, rain sensing windshield wipers, auto dimming rearview mirror, power moonroof, perforated leather seats and much more.