IRVINE, California — The 2016 Mazda CX-3, an all-new subcompact crossover SUV, will go on sale at Mazda dealerships in mid-August with a starting price of $20,840. The price includes an $880 destination charge.
The base price is for a front-wheel-drive model. Buyers will pay an extra $1,250 to upgrade to any CX-3 with all-wheel drive.
Standard features across the CX-3 lineup include a rearview camera, push-button start, power accessories and remote keyless entry.
The CX-3 is equipped with a standard 146-horsepower Skyactiv-G 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and a six-speed automatic transmission.
The midlevel 2016 CX-3 Touring is priced at $22,840, including shipping. It adds several items, including leatherette seating surfaces with cloth inserts, a blind-spot monitoring system and leather-wrapped steering wheel.
A $1,410 Touring Technology package adds a power moonroof, Sirius/XM and HD radio and a rear cargo cover.
The top-of-the-line CX-3 Grand Touring is priced at $25,870, including shipping. Details include a power moonroof, navigation system, adaptive front lighting system, head-up display, a seven-speaker Bose premium audio system and LED exterior lights.
An i-Activsense safety package is priced at $1,920 and adds radar cruise control, Smart City brake support, high beam control system, lane-departure warning system, rain-sensing wipers and auto on/off headlights.
Edmunds says: The pricing on the CX-3 should hit the sweet spot for many car shoppers in this hot segment.