Mazda has announced pricing for its 2017 CX-3 compact crossover. Mazda’s smallest utility vehicle carries over mostly unchanged for the new model year, but there have been a couple of equipment and pricing adjustments.
The 2017 Mazda CX-3 will carrying a starting price of $19,960 when it hits dealer lots this July, matching the entry price of last year’s model. All-wheel drive will add $1,250 to the CX-3’s asking price.
As you might expect of a vehicle entering just its second model year, the CX-3 largely carries over unchanged for 2017. However, the CX-3 Touring now gets 18-inch wheels borrowed from the Grand Touring model and Mazda has cut the price of its optional i-ACTIVSENSE Package — which includes radar cruise control, smart brake, lane departure warning and high-beam control — from $1,920 to $1,170.
Mazda says the 2017 CX-3 will arrive in dealer showrooms during the early part of next month.