Mazda continues with its KODO – Soul of Motion design that gives the Mazda3 a beautifully striking pose. With the stand out nose and side lines that flow all the way through the car and a wide strong stance that holds the road the Mazda3 is a stunning example of Japanese engineering at its best.
The Mazda3 has been designed and engineered without compromise, giving drivers all the fun you would expect when getting behind the wheel of a Mazda while also offering low CO2 emissions and great fuel economy. The stylish model boasts innovative fuel-saving SKYACTIV Technology with i-stop, instant stop-start functionality that automatically places the engine on standby when stationary at traffic lights or in congestion, helping to deliver great fuel economy.
Available in either 5-door Hatchback or Fastback with petrol and diesel variants, drivers can choose from SE, SE-Nav, SE-L, SE-L Nav, Sport , Sport Nav, 105ps Sport Nav Diesel, 165ps Sport Nav models. There are lots of combinations to choose from
This car’s interior is one of the roomiest in its class, you will appreciate every attention to detail in the driving environment. The premium look of the interior is second to none with sporty seats that invite you to drive. The Mazda3 is also the first car in its class to offer internet connectivity through your connected smartphone.
All of your entertainment controls are easily accessed through a 7” touch screen and rotary wheel. This accesses your Mazda MZD Connect Infotainment system logic, elegantly laid out and easy to use.
With a new SKYACTIV body structure that is 30% stiffer than previous models and an overall weight reduction the road handling is more responsive and agile. Test drive the Mazda3 to experience its dynamic handling and range of intelligent safety technologies such as Mazda3’s Smart City Brake Support, which helps to avoid or minimise the effects of low-speed collisions by automatically applying the brakes. Additionally, the car’s clever Hill Hold Assist function prevents motorists rolling back when pulling away on an incline.