Mazda3 pricing and specification | New Release - Car News Feb 2019

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14:58 Friday 22 Feb 2019

Prices for the all-new Mazda3 hatchback will start from £20,595 on-the-road, it has been announced.

The entry-level SE-L model comes with a 120bhp Skyactiv-G petrol engine, with prices for the 114bhp Skyactiv-D diesel version starting from £22,395 on-the-road.

All models boast features such as a windscreen projecting colour head-up display with Traffic Sign Recognition, Mazda Radar Cruise Control, LED headlights, navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and an eight speaker audio system.

Priced from £21,695, SE-L Lux trim adds a reversing camera, smart keyless entry, heated front seats.  Sport Lux, priced from £22,795, gains a frameless rear view mirror and rear privacy glass. GT Sport, priced from £24,595 sees the introduction of black leather seats with power adjustment, a heated steering wheel and Bose audio.  Prices for the range-topping GT Sport Tech start at £25,495 on-the-road, which adds additional active safety equipment, including a 360-degree camera and Driver Attention Alert with interior camera.

The all-new Mazda3 debuted at last year’s Los Angeles International Auto, and will arrive in UK showrooms from May.

 

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