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2017 Mazda CX-3

updated: October 06, 2016 12:18 | launched: September 19, 2016

It took awhile, but Mazda's contender in the growing B-segment crossover has finally arrived in the country. Combining the frugality and looks of the Mazda2 sedan and making it into a taller vehicle resulted in the all-new CX-3. All models on offer are driven by a 2.0-liter SkyActiv-G engine with i-STOP, with the range-topping variant benefitting from AWD. The result is a very potent pocket rocket on stilts while packing all the bells and whistles one might found on more upscale crossovers.



2.0 Activ AWD

1998cc Gas


2.0 Sport FWD

1998cc Gas


2.0 Pro FWD

1998cc Gas

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