Prices are in for the facelifted 2019 Mazda CX-3


Least expensive version costs just a tad over $20,000

Mazda’s second nip and tuck for the CX-3 crossover wasn’t meant to produce fireworks, with changes being – in typical Mazda fashion – rather subtle. But if you’re in the market for one, here’s how much you’ll have to pay.

The entry-level model is the Mazda CX-3 Sport which starts at $20,390 – keep in mind that’s the FWD model. The all-wheel drive version starts at $21,790 and for another $1,100, Mazda will gladly fit the CX-3 with the i-Activsense package.


Halfway through the range, the Mazda CX-3 Touring wears a starting price tag of $22,475 ($23,875 with all-wheel drive). The range-topper is represented by the Mazda CX-3 Grand Touring which can be had for at least $25,745 (again, opt for the all-wheel-drive setup and the price kicks off at $27,145).


Regardless of trim level, the US-bound CX-3 relies on a 2-liter gasoline engine married to a six-speed automatic with manual and sport modes. In the 2019MY CX-3, the powerplant produces 148 hp and 146 lb-ft.


Mazda says its engineers retuned the power steering, suspension and chassis setup. Depending on the trim level, customers can get 17- and 18-inch wheels, a 7-inch infotainment system, a handful of safety features, LED headlights, taillights, fog lights and daytime running lights, leather seats and a head-up display.


Deliveries are already a go, with the first units expected to arrive at dealerships this month.

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