The new Mazda will be available in three variants: the base Sport, mid-spec Touring and the range-topping Grand Touring. In general, all trim levels will features Mazda's trick G-Vectoring system and Smart City Brake Support. The color palette includes Snowflake White Pearl Mica, Machine Gray Metallic and Soul Red Metallic. What’s more, buyers can make choices between a Mazda's SKYACTIV manual gearbox and a SKYACTIV-DRIVE transmission.
The 2018 Mazda 3 will come in both sedan and 5-door hatchback versions
For each trim, the entry-level Sport fitted with a 7-inch Mazda Connect infotainment system, Bluetooth phone integration, keyless entry, power mirrors/windows, push-button start, cloth seats, has a selling price of $18,095. As an option, you can pay an extra of $1000 for a Sport Preferred Equipment package for alloy wheels, rear cross-traffic alert, heated mirrors, blind spot monitoring as well as better interior trim.
The mid-tier Touring is a bit expensive. With $20,090, you will possess a more powerful and comfortable ride equipped by a 184-hp 2.5L SKYACTIV-G engine, loaded with synthetic leather seats, full power cabin, eather-wrapped steering wheel, high-end audio options, dual-zone climate control.
The color palette includes Snowflake White Pearl Mica, Machine Gray Metallic and Soul Red Metallic
The most expensive grade is the $23,145 Grand Touring adorned by full leather interior, LED lighting, Head-up display alongside Mazda’s full safety features.
The 2018 Mazda 3 has arrived in some US dealerships and it is expected to make its way in the open roads across the country later this month.