2020 Mazda 3 Turbo Specs and Review

2020 Mazda 3 Turbo.The design of the new Mazda 3 shows more sporty spirit. Will it show and in the run we will see later. Front mask with a shiny black structure and a very large middle part. is the same in the sports version as in the ordinary. They tried to eliminate the differences between the variants of the equipment. It's always like this and I think it's easier for buyers. Front lights are always LEDs, optional matrix LEDs. Stunning 3D looks are even more dramatic.

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I wonder how this was about security, but they passed the tests and they did not have any problems. The front cover of the engine is cut off as seen here in white color. It looks very good at this evening light. Great brightness and good shooting location.

Next to Lisbon where we often test cars. What do you think of the design of the front?. The logo is two-dimensional because it hides sensors for eg radar cruise control and emergency braking. There is also a front camera that can be obtained optionally. The length of 4.45 m, 14.6 feet, 175 inches of Mazda 3 is no longer than the predecessor. The design here at the door is very oval. The wheels here are 18 inches long for sporty style and in contrast to white.

Here is a massive C carrier that blocks the visibility from the interior. We will do this later during the ride and why you need to take the deadlock facility recognition system. Designing this looks very firm and always raises the issue of engineering design. There is a disagreement with the manufacturer on Monday. This looks very special with the laid rear glass. They managed to keep the dramatics from the concept on this finished product.


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What do you think?. I think behind have a particularly beautiful sporty design with also LED lights. The boot button is below Mazda's log. Technological detail: a new chassis is used that is more rigid. We will check this in the run. The actual leaks are used here at the bottom of the back. The latest designer detail is this glossy contrasting black bottom. On the outside we see a lot of good work done. For comparison, we have a red car that is also very attractive. What is standard equipment and what is not it?. Here's a car with 16-inch wheels, I think they're matching the car. Of course 18 inches are more aggressive, 17 inches are not available. So the choice is 16 or 18 inches.


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Headlamps are LEDs, but daylight is not a standard LED. That's the option we saw on a white car. This is an exception because many things are standard. Eg. The radar cruise control (ACC) is part of the standard equipment, emergency braking system (AEB) also. Even the Dead Space Observation System (BSM) is standard, at least for the German market. In the other look also, check in your configurator. But in most markets these assistants will be serial. BSM is indispensable for this vehicle due to the massive C carrier. On the inside there is a head-up display, a large infotainment display. Most of these things will be standard.

The price in Germany starts at 23000 EUR. It's a bit more expensive than the last generation, but when it comes to the equipment, it has a very good relationship invested / gained. This is a look at the red car behind. If you do not select the "package design" of the equipment, daily LED lights are not these beautiful rounded shapes. Then the light will be standard, damage. But many other things are standard. The lower part is the same, side skirts are slightly different. But the car looks a little bit the same, even if the sports variant of the equipment is not taken. It is interesting that the sound of this atmospheric gasoline is quite exciting.


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