2017 Mazda CX-3 Maxx review


For your near-$25,000 spend, the Maxx offers a healthy standard equipment list, including 16-inch alloy wheels, a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with satellite navigation, a rear-view camera, digital radio, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, along with a leather-trimmed steering wheel and gear shift.

Those features are on top of the entry-level Neo’s autonomous emergency braking (AEB), rear parking sensors, cloth seat trim, manual air-conditioning, cruise control, Bluetooth phone and audio streaming, push-button start, and six airbags.

As already mentioned, the updated CX-3 is fitted as standard with AEB technology across the range, which operates at speeds from 4–80km/h and also features pedestrian detection. The pre-update CX-3 was given a five-star safety rating from independent crash-testing authority ANCAP, and the refreshed model should achieve the same.

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