Mazda CX-3

Mazda 3 hatchback

Its eager engine and a playful chassis to match its sporty appearance make the CX-3 subcompact crossover choice for driving enthusiasts. But there’s a catch: passenger and cargo space dimension is the smallest in the class.

As far as practicality goes, buyers who in the first place put such qualities, it would be best any number of rivals of the Mazda, or even a Mazda 3 hatchback, which is more spacious. We still would have been tempted to choose CX-3 over the other based solely on its corner-carving skills and his character is weak, but try before you buy since it may not fit (literally) the needs of the average buyer.

What’s new in 2017?

Not much. A small crossover Mazda cruises in the second model year with two changes. The average level of model wagon now come standard with the same 18-inch wheels as a top producer of Grand Turismo. More noticeable is that the Grand touring model I Above pack—Mazda smart name for technologies—active security drops in price from $750 to 1170$.

Trims and options we choose

With a starting price of $22,900, and the average level of Touring is the best combination of value, style, and comfort, as it adds the number of elements in the CX-3 list of facilities. Among them, the most noteworthy include:

• 18-inch wheels
• Steering wheel audio and cruise control
• Heated front seats
• Blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert

A premium package adds a sunroof electric, Bose seven-speaker audio, siriusxm satellite 
radio, rear cargo cover, and $1410 to the bottom line. Front-wheel drive is standard, 
but if you need it, all-wheel drive is available on any CX-3 for a reasonable $1250.