The Mazda 3 has been given a facelift and is now on sale, with improvements to the cabin, styling and costs.
Rivalling the Ford Focus, the Mazda 3 has been upgraded with a new face, rear bumper and edited alloy wheel designs. The interior of the vehicle is much smarter, with top quality materials used and a slick layout.
Changes have also been made to the aerodynamic, helping to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. An average fuel economy of 65.7mpg is also produced through the effective 1.6 litre diesel models.
Equipment included on the Mazda 3 is pleasing, with even standard models aquiring air conditioning. The first class Sport Nav models include 17 inch alloys, a Bose audio system and a fully integrated satellite navigation system.
Also available at release is a special edition Mazda Tamura, offering sports styling, 17 inch black gloss alloys, front fog lights and a sports style.
For the standard 1.6 litre the Mazda 3 will cost £14,995, rising to as high as £23,395 for the superior MPS sports version, producing 256bhp from its turbocharged 2.3 litre petrol motor.
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