2017 Mazda CX-3 ratings and reviews
There are three different tiers of trim for the CX-3, the GX, GS, and GT. Both the GX and GS come in both AWD and FWD, while the most impressive GT only comes in AWD. All trims come powered by the same engine, a 2L four-cylinder that uses direct fuel injection to reach 146 horsepower at 6000 RPM and 146 ft-lb at 2800 RPM. Regardless of whether you pick AWD or FWD, you’ll get a 6-speed automatic transmission. For a utility vehicle, the CX-3 is relatively light, coming in between 1,275kg and 1,339kg depending on whether you choose AWD or FWD. As a result, you’ll need only between 6.9L and 7.5L of fuel per 100km on the highway, depending on if you have the AWD or FWD trim. The standard for the CX-3 is a push-button start, rearview camera, cruise control, a 7-inch touchscreen system, and a console-mounted control. Upgrading to the GT will give you blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warnings, leather upholstery, contrast stitching, and emergency autonomous braking.