09/09/2019

Rentals – Mazda 3

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4

5 Person

U/L

4460mm

1795mm

1435mm

Euro standard 5 speed

Engine Type

4

5.7L/100km

Auto

Alloy

The Mazda3 is fully redesigned for 2019 and has a marginally longer body that should expand rear-seat and cargo space. While several engine options have been announced, the 2019 Mazda3 launched with just one, which is a variant of the 2.5-liter four-cylinder that was optional in the 2018 Mazda3. It’s now rated at 186 horsepower, compared to 184 in the 2018 model. The previous generation of the Mazda3 offered a manual transmission with every trim and body style combination, but now, you can only get a manual transmission with the highest trim of the hatchback.

65L Fuel tank
E10 Compatible
Alloy Wheels
Blue tooth Phone & Audio
Electric Seats with Lumbar Support adjustment
Smart Key entry
Reversing camera
Front dual zone climate control
Auto Start/Stop
Bi-Xenon Headlights
Rear Air Conditioning
421L Boot

Speed alert
Airbags
Air Conditioning
Alarm System
Anti-theft Protection
Audio Interface
Automatic Climate Control
Automatic Headlights
Auto Start/Stop
Bi-Xenon Headlights
Bluetooth® Handset
BOSE® Surround Sound

Adaptive Cruise Control
Airbags
Air Conditioning
Alarm System
Anti-theft Protection
Audio Interface
Automatic Climate Control
Automatic Headlights
Auto Start/Stop
Bi-Xenon Headlights
Bluetooth® Handset
BOSE® Surround Sound

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety named the 2019 Mazda3 a Top Safety Pick and gave it the highest rating of Good rating in six crash tests.

The Mazda3 also earned the second-highest rating of Acceptable for how well its headlights illuminate the road ahead, as well as a Superior rating for front crash prevention.