Mazda CX-3 2018

Latest update :

2017-10-31

Trim/Grade :

Standard 2.0L 150HP - 6-Speed Tiptronic

Is this car for me?

The CX-3 offers a 2.0L engine and 4x4 coupled with an upscale interior and tech. These and its decent handling justify the premium price.

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Disclaimer

The prices provided by Karrenn might vary at any given time. It is recommended to refer to the dealer for a final quotation. The dealer holds the right to modify the prices and specs at any given moment and without prior notice.

PROS

- Four-wheel drive -Offers good fuel economy and decent handling

CONS

-The crossover is based on the Mazda2 platform so rear seat space and cargo capacity are not plenty

WARRANTY

5 Years - Unlimited Km

Prices (invl. VAT + Reg.) and Options:

Both grades are powered by a 2.0L engine producing 150 HP, have an all-wheel-drive system and a 6-speed tiptronic transmission.

Base Model ($30,990) - Offers a balanced combination of safety and comfort, this grade has more than the basics. But if you're looking for light/rain sensors, more safety and convenience, you can check out the higher grade.

  • Bluetooth/iPod compatible USB
  • LED fog lights
  • 16" aluminum wheels
  • Dual exhaust pipes
  • 2 airbags / ABS / TCS / DSC / Hill-start assist
  • 7" touchscreen with control knob
  • Rear camera and sensors
  • Sports mode button
  • Keyless entry and push/start
  • Steering wheel controls
  • Power foldable mirrors
  • 6 speakers
  • i-Stop system (turns engine off in traffic)

Full Options ($34,990) - Here's what you get on top for an extra $4,000

  • Ambient temperature display
  • Bi-xenon auto headlights + Daytime running LEDs
  • 18" aluminum wheels instead of 16"
  • More airbags: curtain and side
  • Heads-up display (displays speed and if installed, navigation)
  • Rain & light sensors
  • Advanced keyless entry (you can open the car by pressing a button on the door handle)

Keep in mind that if you opt for the fully specced model, the 18" wheels will result in better handling but a firmer ride. The rain & light sensors can make your life easier since you won't have to turn either lights or wipers on when you're in auto-mode. If these are secondary to you, going for the base model is also OK since you'll be getting the same engine and drivetrain which are the essential components.

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