The Australian division of Mazda has recently announced that the Mazda3 model has been updated locally and it’s now coming with more goodies.
According to the Japanese based automaker, Mazda has released an upgraded version of its top selling Mazda3 in Australia, where the Neo model is still priced from 20,330 AUD, while the MPS top of the line can be bought from 39,490 AUD. Mazda says that the Neo is now coming with Bluetooth phone connectivity with audio streaming, along with an USB port, which is new for all versions, except for the MPS. The Bluetooth system is allowing drivers to operate their phone calls hands free and stream music from them wirelessly.
Besides the entry-level version of the Mazda3, the car manufacturer has also upgraded the top of the line variant, the Mazda3 MPS, which is now coming with a fresh look, a lower rear bumper, new parts of the rear spoiler, a shark fin style antenna at the end of the roof, black painted side mirrors and dark metallic alloy wheels. Just like we mentioned above, the Mazda3 MPS is now available from $30,490 in Australia while the entry-level MPS from $20,330.
Source: Car Advice
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Tuesday, September 25th, 2012 - filed under Mazda
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