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All versions of the Mazda CX-3 feature cruise control and an adjustable speed limiter. Other handy interior features found across the range include a trip computer, all-round electric windows, DAB radio and tyre pressure monitoring system. SE-L Nav+ models add heated seats and climate control air-conditioning, while Sport Nav+ cars come equipped with a digital speedometer, Bose® audio, heated steering wheel and a reversing camera.
The Sport Nav+ Mazda CX-3 features a head-up display. Mazda’s colour Active Driving Display is intuitive and easy to use. It projects key driving information, including speed and turn-by-turn navigation instructions into the driver’s line of sight. You can adjust the height and brightness of the display via the MZD-Connect Multimedia commander.
Mazda’s MZD-Connect in-car connectivity system is standard across the 2018 CX-3 range. Accessed via the 7” Colour touch-screen display, it works with compatible internet-enabled iPhone and Android smartphones to access a variety of free mobile content via AhaTM or Stitcher™ applications. These cloud based platforms feature thousands of stations, personalised location-based services and both Twitter and Facebook feeds. MZD-Connect also supports iPod, MP3 and CD playback, plus SMS and email readout functions.
With a lower bonnet line and a greater angle of rearward A-Pillar sweep than the MINI Paceman, Nissan Juke, Vauxhall Mokka and Renault Captur, the Mazda CX-3 sets new class standards when it comes to dynamic looks. Yet with a 50mm higher driver’s eye line than a Mazda2, the CX-3 delivers the elevated view of the road crossover customers expect.
The 2018 Mazda CX-3 benefits from a host of improvements designed to deliver class-leading levels of refinement: upgraded door sill trims, thicker sound isolation in the doors, enhanced rear glazing and thicker cabin headliner deliver even better refinement.