that underpins the smaller Mazda 2, with identical 2570mm wheelbase and 160mm ground clearance (mere 10mm higher than Mazda 2). It's relatively lightweight with a kerb weight of 1,211 kg.
It is a vehicle that carries itself with style, with a long hood, short overhangs, large wheels and a slim cabin, presenting proportions that lend themselves to a sense of strength and vitality, conveying a sense of motion even when standing still.
auto-levelling and LED daytime running lights. The rear tail lights are LED as well,
as are the front fog lamps (rear fogs make do with halogen bulbs instead).
Wheel options are limited to just a sole 18-inch five twin-spoke option, wrapped in 215/50R18 tyres. Other standard equipment include automatic wipers, power-folding side mirrors (with turn indicators)
and a sunroof.
Here, the brand’s MZD Connect 7.0-inch touchscreen multimedia system dominates the dashboard.
The system can either be controlled via touch or the Commander Control dial.
(60:40 split folding at the rear) and single-zone automatic air-conditioning (front vents only).
Boot space is rated at 264 litres, expandable to 1176 litres (the claimed 350 litres boot space's before factoring the FULL SIZE spare tyres).
leather steering wheel (electric power assisted) that comes with paddle shifters. There is also a drive selection switch (Sport mode),
reverse camera and keyless operation (entry and engine start).
Mazda also assembles CX3's in Thailand, but the Thai-assembled CX-3 does not meet the 40% local content requirement for tariff exemption under the ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (AFTA), and therefore will not be brought into Malaysia. However, in the case of the Japanese-made CX-3, Malaysia’s free-trade agreement with Japan entitles Bermaz to more incentives to import it.
CX-3 vs Mercedes GLA200 comparison. Note the GLA200 priced almost double at RM110,000 more. Caradvice.com.au Review
2015 Mazda CX-3 commercial Australia First Ever Mazda CX-3 in detail (Australia)
Well, there's a saying a picture's worth 1000 words, enjoy the 70+ photos.
If you want to buy this car, please call Jefferson Lim at 012-6852-718.
Mazda Taman Megah OR Setia Alam.
ARTICLE Partially SOURCED from:
2) Mazda Malaysia press release.
Otherwise, photos are all Jefferson Lim's original work.