2019 Mazda CX-3 vs 2018 Mazda CX-3
It’s hard to believe that the Mazda CX-3 debuted just a few years ago, but it is still improving every year, and 2019 has seen some particular changes that should be of interest to you. We will give you a full rundown with our in-depth 2019 Mazda CX-3 vs 2018 Mazda CX-3 comparison. Before we get into what’s different, let’s talk about what stays the same. You still get the same gorgeous style, the same expansive interior room, and the same efficiency with up to 29-city mpg and 34-highway mpg.
If that’s enough to convince you that the 20189 Mazda CX-3 is a must buy, then you should check out the new Mazda CX-3 inventory that we have here at Gwatney Mazda of Germantown in Memphis, TN by clicking the link below. If you would like to learn more first, then keep reading and see how the 2019 Mazda CX-3 has improved.
2019 Mazda CX-3
2018 Mazda CX-3
|Available on all trims and Standard on Grand Touring||Radar Cruise Control||Available on Grand Touring|
|Standard on Grand Touring||High Beam Control||Not Available|
|Standard||Blind-Spot Monitoring||Available on Touring and Above|
What improvements have come to the 2019 Mazda CX-3?
We opened with the horsepower change and it may seem like a minor figure that isn’t worth bringing up, but it actually is quite important to understanding Mazda as a company. Once most auto manufacturers finalize an engine design, that’s it, and they are only going to make changes if they need to for reliability reasons. That’s definitely not Mazda.
Mazda wants to innovate with every single product, and they are always looking to gain a little efficiency, produce a little more power, or even simply do something in a new way, and this seemingly minor improvement in horsepower is a testament to that philosophy.
With that out of the way, we can take a deep dive into the features. Many of the most impressive Mazda CX-3 features have filtered down into lower trim levels. Radar cruise control is a wonderful feature that lets your car automatically adjust its speed to traffic conditions. Previously this feature was only an available feature on the Grand Touring trim level, but now it comes standard at the Grand Touring and is available on all other trims.
High beam control is a new feature for 2019 that also comes standard on the Grand Touring trim level. It detects oncoming cars and dips the headlights automatically to low. After the car passes, it will resume with high beams. Not only is this convenient, but it’s safer too!