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The all new 2019 Mazda3 sets a new milestone as the first production model to lead the Japanese carmaker into a bold new era.

25 Jan 2019 | International News : Japan

Blending beautiful design and exhilarating driving dynamics, Mazda3 was developed to inspire and create an emotional bond with its customers in two very distinct ways. A completely new design approach was taken when styling the sedan and hatchback, each embodying strikingly different personalities.

Polymetal Gray is a newly developed exterior paint option that's exclusive to the Mazda3 hatchback
Mazda's further-evolved KODO design is skillfully applied to the sedan's hood, cabin and trunk and evokes an air of elegance and sense of sleekness.

The body features a horizontal flow that accentuates the look of a wide and low stance, while presenting a calmness that appeals to a sophisticated audience. In contrast, the hatchback is meant to be sportier and more emotional, featuring aggressive body sides and C-pillars that do away with traditional body lines and adopt constantly shifting reflections.

The hatchback design is topped with a roofline that suggests speed and helps express a powerful presence. Exclusive to the Mazda3 hatchback, Polymetal Gray is a newly developed exterior paint option that fuses the hard appearance of metal with the glossy, smoothness of plastic to create an entirely new expression of style.

Mazda's design ethos continues with an interior and cockpit environment that helps drivers experience a perfect fit and connectedness
On the inside, the centre console has been redesigned with the shift knob, new commander control and armrest moved forward, while the cupholders are repositioned to the front. This new configuration is meant to provide a more natural feeling for any driver.

All 2019 Mazda3s come equipped with a SKYACTIV-G 2.5-litre engine that is rated to deliver 186bhp and 252Nm of torque. While front-wheel drive is standard, Mazda's predictive i-ACTIV all-wheel drive is available on the Mazda3 hatchback and Mazda3 sedan option packages.

To build upon the fuel efficiency Mazda's SKYACTIV engines are known for, cylinder-deactivation technology is standard on all Mazda3 hatchbacks and Mazda3 sedans equipped with i-ACTIV all-wheel drive.

Along with G-Vectoring Control Plus vehicle dynamic enhancements standard on all 2019 Mazda3 models, various improvements, such as redesigned seats, retuned body structure and an all new suspension, absorb road vibrations to help provide a smoother and more enjoyable driving experience.

Check out how different the new Mazda3 is in our video review right here!

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