2019 Mazda 3 – The zippy C segment compact Mazda3 has always been a comparison test at Motor Trend, pulling, zipping and zooming practically on most competitors to reach a podium in all the comparisons and the big tests in which it participates except the last one. . In July 2016, he slipped to fourth place, mainly because of how much competition was forced to rise in his game. Well, Mazdarati, rest assured: for Generation 3 that will arrive in 2019, Mazda will launch a serious shizzle of jinba ittai (patented) higher level.
Mazda 3 Review 2019
The seats are specially constructed to hold the occupant’s pelvis upright, imitating its position when a person is walking, allowing the upper body to balance in the same way as a walking man. Larger dampers, straighter struts, new spherical suspension rings and reduced vertical rigidity in the tires increase comfort. In addition to this, great attention has been paid to the high diagonal stiffness and the particularly rigid load intrusion points around the top of the strut and damping mounts.
As another example of noise reduction, vibration and harshness, Mazda has paid particular attention to the origin of intrusive noise. One point in particular is at the top of pillar “B” where it attaches to the roof, which is right next to the ears of the driver and front passenger. So, for the Mazda 3 2019, this area is triple skinned. We were shown a concept-car KAI, which is all about the reflection of light. Instead of designing the body on a computer, it is rather carved in the old fashioned clay, so that the surfaces, when painted, capture and reflect the light in an ever changing way. Of course, there will be no flush door handles, 22-inch wheels, solid ebony console or the concept’s retro steering wheel. But it’s the same size as the current Mazda 3, so take it to me, the 2019 Mazda 3 is not going to be very different.
New 2019 Mazda 3 Engine
2019 Mazda 3 predicts about 188 horsepower and 170 pound-feet of the 2.0-liter Skyactiv-X torque. Today’s 2.0-liter Skyactiv-G engine, built on the 3, delivers 155 horsepower and 150 lb-ft of torque, putting the X at a level similar to the four 2.5-liter wheels of 184 horses. Mazda also claims that the X will be up to 30% more efficient than the smaller Skyactiv-G. We will try to confirm these claims when we test a Skyactiv-X production in about two years, when the next generation 3 will reach dealers.