2020 Mazda3 Sport | REVIEW

2020 Mazda3 Sport | REVIEW


Hey everyone today we’re here with the
2020 Mazda3 Sport GT trim. As Mazda puts it, this was designed with human behavior and motion in mind to make the drive as intuitive as possible. First, let’s start with the exterior. Mazda’s Kodo “Soul of Motion” design language inspires the overall design, and tone. I would personally say this does evoke a certain intelligence, and spirited poise. This comes with the premium package, which includes 18-inch wheels. It has adaptive front-lighting system and advanced keyless entry. Evidently, traditional Japanese aesthetics favour minimal yet captivating designs. Even when at a standstill, the lines
give off a sense of motion. On the inside, we have beautiful leather-trimmed upholstery, a 10-way power adjustable driver’s seat that includes lumbar support, drivers seat memory function, complementary SiriusXM Radio and a 12 speaker Bose premium sound system to listen to of your favourite tunes. Here’s an interesting fact The upholstery in this vehicle is so meticulously crafted that its perforated holes are spaced in a way that not only enhance the look of the cabin, but also improve the acoustics of the vehicle. When it comes to safety, Mazda has it covered. i-Activsense provides technology that automatically senses the vehicles surrounding area. It knows the proximity of other vehicles which can help the driver recognize hazards, avoids collisions, and prevent accidents. This comes with: blind spot monitoring system, adaptive front-lighting system, rear cross traffic alert lane departure warning, high beam control system, smart city break support, Mazda radar cruise control, forward obstruction warning, and smart break support. Maybe I’m getting old, but it boggles my mind how far technology has come since I was just a kid and recognize how much it will
progress in the years to come. The Mazda3 Sport effortlessly responds to your every intention. This provides improved control of the road, with 186 horsepower, 186 lb-ft torque, Skyactiv-G 2.5 L 4 cylinder engine with Cylinder Deactivation. The Mazda3 Sport is a 6-speed automatic, and has available all-wheel drive. This gets 8.7/100km city, 6.7/100km highway. Keep in mind, adding all-wheel drive drops these numbers to 9.8 city, and 7.4 highway. Today, I was really happy to be able to take
out the 2020 Mazda3 sport. You know, some things I really loved about this were how comfortable it was The fact that I feel connected to the car,
as well as the fuel economy. I think this would be a great vehicle for a long road trip or even just your daily commute to work. Find out for yourself and take it for a test drive at your nearest Dilawri dealership.

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