2019 Mazda3 is an entirely new car from it’s approach to styling, a completely redone rear suspension setup, a distraction free interior and an additional drivetrain option that powers all four wheels. It’s impressive that even with all this new stuff.
Mazda3 has a reputation for being the most classically good looking compact car out there, with a clean design that steers clear of being too dramatic. This new model, at first glance, looks a bit odd.
The hatchback, in particular, has a shape that lacks certain sculpting or lines, which is very unique and can make the vehicle look a bit of a blob.
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There’s a huge C-Pillar on the hatchback that looks very awkward. The sedan is easier for your eyes to digest, but the lack of design lines on the profile is very weird because under certain lighting conditions.
The all-wheel-drive system in the Mazda3 works in combination with Mazda’s G-Vectoring Control Plus GVC+, that means that the car is shifting torque to various axles to improve traction and confidence depending on various conditions such as take-off from a stop, slowing down and cornering.
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There is a rectangular infotainment system that is set far forward and up on the dashboard. Mazda set out to put all driving-related information directly in front of the driver, so there’s a decently sized screen right in the middle of the gauge cluster and a head-up display.
Mazda3 is the first vehicle to be offered with a new Bose 12-speaker setup with Bass Match, that has a specific bass placement to maximize clear sound and minimize unwanted vibrations.
While an additional woofer is on the rear shelf of the sedan, while the hatchback has a special enclosure for the woofer in the spare tire well of the recharge area.