Test drive the new Mazda3 - arguably the most beautiful hatchback
The new Mazda3 is very easy to make friends with. The car looks so good that it attracts you from the start, and after you drive it, you find it difficult to leave. The new Mazda3 displays a beautiful body, especially in the hatchback variant.
Most of them know it in this unmistakable Red Soul Crystal, but in our test, we benefited from the Gri Machine metallic paint finish.
Like the silhouette, the Japanese tried to give it a more mature look, with lines that would shape evolution over the previous generation. However, the Mazda3 retains its individuality and KODO's design looks better than ever before. On the outside, we note a new grille, LED lights throughout, and 18-inch dark-colored alloy wheels.
Upon entering the cabin, the Mazda3 reveals a simplistic interior to you, but in a good sense of the word, because it is not minimalist, but it does not exaggerate the details either. The chairs are covered with a textile material that looks very durable.
There are leather-covered areas on the board, as well as on the armrest and door faces. The materials are of good quality, both on the board and on the doors, and finishes are no exception to the rule. At the rear, the quality of the plastic on the inside of the doors remains the same. The steering wheel is adjustable in height and depth, covered in leather. On it you can find several buttons for cruise control, audio systems and the on-board computer. The seats also have a heating function and the air conditioning system can be adjusted in two areas.