Mazda3 saloon launched | New Release - Car News Oct 2019

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11:30 Monday 21 Oct 2019

The all-new Mazda3 Saloon will make its debut this week.

It will be powered by a ground-breaking compression ignition Skyactiv-X 2.0-litre petrol engine, an ultra-efficient development which sees the Mazda3 saloon emit just 96g/km of CO2.  This, coupled with a low Benefit-in-Kind figure, means the Mazda3 is expected to have particular appeal to business and fleet customers.

An all-new look sees the saloon retain only the bonnet and windscreen from its hatchback sibling, and while it also shares the same wheelbase the saloon is 200mm longer helping to facilitate a voluminous 444-litre boot.

Prices start from £23,555 for the entry-level Sport model, with Sport Lux, GT Sport, and GT Sport Tech trim also available and both automatic or manual gearboxes offered on each.  All come equipped with windscreen projecting colour head-up display with traffic sign recognition, adaptive cruise Control and LED headlights, satellite navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and an eight speaker audio system as standard.

The all-new Mazda3 saloon is available to order now at Mazda retailers.


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