The smallest member of the Mazda crossover family, the CX-3, has received yet another positive review.
If you are looking towards a sub-compact crossover to buy, than you’re in luck, because the market is offering a lot of these vehicles. It may have all started with the Nissan Juke and a lot of skepticism but it has soon expanded to a lot of examples which currently include the Renault Captur, the Peugeot 2008, the Opel Mokka, Ford EcoSport, Chevrolet Trax and others but the segment also includes one interesting newcomer, the Mazda CX-3. But is this really as good as it is being said? Well, in short, “yes”, but you may want to take a look at the review posted below.
The Mazda CX-3 has been priced recently on the Old Continent and the model starts from 15,290 euros, making it 4,300 euros more expensive than the entry-level of the Mazda2, the vehicle it has been based on. The model has Dynamic Traction Control, Hill Start Assist, power side mirrors, tire pressure monitor, USB, air conditioning, electric windows, push-button start and many others, on the entry-level, which is also getting the 2.0 liter SkyActiv G120 six-speed manual gearbox. The 150 PS version of the petrol burner is also being offered, along with the SkyActiv-D diesel, producing 105 HP from a 1.5 liter engine. The range-topping version will come with the 18-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats, automatic climate control, power moonroof, leather / lux suede upholstery, LED taillights and fog lights and so on. The Mazda CX-3 is already available for order and deliveries will begin in June.