Mazda has launched a limited edition variant of the CX-3, called the GT SportNav+ featuring upgrading styling and leather upholstery. Production will be limited to just 500 units in the UK and will go on sale in June, with prices starting from £24,095 for the manual and £25,095 for the automatic.
The main exterior difference between the GT Sport Nav+ and the trim it's based on is silver exterior detailing. Main revisions include unique matte silver trim for the front and rear bumpers, bright silver door mirror covers and a choice of three paint finishes as standard. These metallicand pearlescent (Mazda calls it Mica) colours include: black, ceramic (an off-white) and dark red The Mazda CX-3 GT SportNav+ also comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, rear privacy glass and LED fog lamps.
All GT Sport Nav+ cars come with red and white Nappa leather upholstery as standard with soft-touch materials fitted to the armrests and dashboard. The interior also boasts a power-adjustable driver’s seat with memory function. Other standard kit includes keyless entry, a reversing camera, a heated leather steering wheel, a Bose sound system and traffic sign recognition.
The CX-3 GT SportNav+ is powered by Mazda’s naturally-aspirated 2.0-litre SkyActiv-G engine, producing 119bhp and 206Nm of torque. It feeds its power to the front wheels through either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission, with the former offering a 0–62mph time of nine seconds and claimed fuel economy figures of 42.8mpg.
"We put our energies and latest thinking into enhancing a special feel of quality in the Mazda CX-3. It's smoother to drive, quieter and more refined. More than that, it sets new standards for a compact SUV."