Mazda a good sport
THE Mazda3 range has been rejuvenated for its fourth year of sales, to keep its appeal before the next generation arrives.
Known as the Mazda3 Sport range (top), the new model line-up starts with the Neo Sport. It has $1600 worth of added value at the same starting price of $20,990.
The extra value comes from 15-inch alloy wheels, power windows, an auxiliary jack for MP3 players and new interior seat trim.
The Maxx Sport and renamed Diesel — ditching the MZR-CD nameplate — enjoy the same specification but cost $25,500 and $29,500 respectively.
The two models get six airbags as standard, new 16-inch alloy wheels and new seat trim.