Mazda South Africa has launched their fresher CX-3 that is going to go head-to-head with Ford's newly released second-generation EcoSport and Renault's Captur.
Design improvements include front fog lamp bezel colour change to black, up-styled 18 inch alloy wheels and the Mazda grill refined to consist of fewer, more pronounced lines. Representing the next level of Mazda's premium colour palette, Soul Red Crystal is now available across the range. LED rear combination lamps are now available for the Individual and Individual Plus derivatives.
Inside, the front centre console armrest and electric parking brake (EPB) are introduced from the Active derivative for a more premium finish and enhanced comfort. The rear centre seat armrest with cup holders and automatic dimming rearview mirror are available from the Dynamic derivative. The Individual and Individual Plus derivatives now come standard with full leather seat upholstery.
As before, all CX-3s are powered by a naturally aspirated 2.0-litre petrol motor that produces 115kw and 206nm, with power being sent to the front wheels only. CX-3 comes with a 3-year unlimited kilometre service plan and a 3-year factory warranty.
2.0 Active 6MT R292 700
2.0 Active 6AT R313 000
2.0 Dynamic 6MT R322 300
2.0 Dynamic 6AT R334 300
2.0 Individual 6AT R384 600
2.0 Individual Plus 6AT R399 200