Hatch | Sedan
The weather can change in an instant. That’s why Mazda’s uniquely smart system is always on alert.
Mazda CX-3 has well-balanced design proportions. Everything about the CX-3’s overall form appears agile yet firmly planted to the ground. It’s the essence of KODO design: simple lines that express energy and movement.
Carefully crafted lines of stitching create a feeling that’s solid and rich. Everywhere you look, clean lines and modern design help eliminate distraction, so you can focus on what matters most—driving.
The interior of the CX-3 expresses the vehicle’s unique character. Colors and fabrics are combined in unexpected ways to inspire a sense of sporty refinement.
The available Active Driving Display helps you take your mind off distractions by projecting critical driving information directly in front of you. Strategically positioned in your field of view and above the gauge cluster, this innovative display allows you to process information faster by keeping your eyes focused toward one place—the road ahead.
The Mazda CX-3, from its body construction and engine technology to its chassis and transmission, is engineered to maximize driving dynamics. And minimize fuel consumption. This is made possible by Skyactiv® Technology.
Skyactiv®-Drive is our precise high-performance 6-speed automatic transmission that combines the direct feel of a manual transmission with the silky smoothness of an automatic.
Mazda was the first automaker to use ultra-high-tensile-strength steel in a production vehicle. The Skyactiv-Body in the Mazda CX-3 continues to incorporate this light-but-strong steel in critical areas to help make it lighter than normal, yet stiffer and stronger.
DSC with TCS electronically controls braking force applied to each wheel to help prevent under or oversteer and maintain vehicle stability when cornering on slippery roads or during sudden steering inputs.
RCTA uses the same sensors as BSM to alert the driver when it detects vehicles approaching from either side during reversing operations. Warnings are given by a ﬂashing indicator in the door mirror and a beep.
BSM uses 24GHz quasi-milliwave radar sensors to detect vehicles in the blind spots behind and to the side, and using a turn signal while BSM detects a vehicle triggers visual and audio warnings.