Wednesday, 6 November 2019

Check Out The Stunning Features Of 2020 Mazda 3



The 2020 Mazda3 pretty much carries over and remains the choice of connoisseur for a compact car. For starters, the elegant sedan and the unique styles of the tailgate body are much more stylish than expected in this segment. The same applies to the cabin, which is functional yet stylishly minimalist 

Then there is the driving experience, which continues to inspire those who appreciate a sharp response and a driver-oriented character. Switching to a less sophisticated rear suspension for this latest generation has

reduced part of the cornering ability, but that's a low percentage complaint. The larger dynamic beef may be that Mazda offers no hotter version in the vein of the Civic Si or VW GTI. Maybe it's not for everyone in the small car market, but everyone should at least consider it.
 
WHAT'S RECENT FOR 2020?

After the complete redesign last year, the updates for 2020 are easy. The basic equipment is now fitted as standard with the Mazda i-Active sense suite of accident prevention technologies and driver aids, which are also standard in all other trim levels.

INTERIOR AND VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY
Mazda's design eliminates visual clutter by reducing switchgear and effectively hiding vents and door handles. It just looks special.
The steering wheel, which looks sensational, is an absolute treat. Central console space is considerable, and Mazda's technical user interface, which was lagging behind the competition due to important usability issues, has been cleaned up. The dash-top screen is large and easy to see. The knob that controls it, similar to the BMW iDrive, is large and ergonomically placed on the center console. However, it is not a touchscreen as the Mazda engineers have found that searching for touch-sensitive symbols can distract attention. They are not wrong and the higher-mounted screen is easier to read at a glance. The lack of a touch screen makes it difficult to select icons in Apple Car-play, but the slider control also makes scrolling through playlists or podcasts easier. So it's an acceptable give and take. And with the latest Android Auto designed for non-touch screens, the dial is not a big deal for those connected to the Google ecosystem. 

POWER AND FUEL CONSUMPTION
Each 2020 Mazda3 comes with a 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder naturally aspirated engine for 186 horsepower and 186 pound-foot of torque. This makes it the strongest and most powerful engine in its class with the exception of the performance variants. You can feel that the Mazda3 provides a lively acceleration while driving and is sucked in naturally. The throttle response is excellent. It may feel a bit slow for people accustomed to more sporty vehicles like the VW GTI, but most customers will quickly find the Mazda3.

Most versions come standard with a six-speed automatic that eliminates the annoying features of higher gear or continuously variable transmissions when it comes to gear selection. The front-wheel drive is standard in the automatic, but unusual for the segment, all-wheel drive is an option.

The premium hatchback of the top class can be equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox (only front-wheel drive), which is the choice of the enthusiast. You'll love the excellent pedal position for a downshift tuned for speed, and though the gearshift is smooth and the goals are easy to find, the throws are a bit long and not particularly crisp.

Fuel consumption is 30 mpg in most versions with automatic and front-wheel drive. The manual drops to 29 mpg while four-wheel drive further lowers it to 28 mpg (sedan) or 27 mpg (hatchback). The most efficient variant is the front-wheel drive saloon, which combines 27 MPG City, 36 MPG Highway and 30 MPG.
Mazda has been known for it's standard features



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