2017 Mazda 3: Looks The Same, But Isn’t
Looking at the 2017 Mazda 3, you would think that Mazda did not do anything to it but that is not true. Here are some of the changes that Mazda made on the 2017 Mazda 3.
On the outside, the 2017 Mazda 3 will be coming in with a reshaped grille. The headlights were also redesigned to give the Mazda 3 a slightly more aggressive face. The higher trim models will also be fitted with a new set of LED headlights. They also made a few minor changes to the rear bumper as well.
Customers will also be offered the new Machine Gray Metallic color while the Eternal Blue Mica will come in to replace the Blue Reflex Mica color.
On the inside, you will also notice that the 2017 model will come with a new steering wheel. It will also come with an electric parking brake now so the center console is less messy.
The 2017 model will also come with the new G-Vectoring Control. The engines will remain the same for 2017. Features like lane-keeping assist, blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning will all be offered as optional features now.
The base model will retail for $18,680.