The carryover 2017 CX-3 is priced at $20,860, including a $900 destination charge. The price reflects a $20 increase over the 2016 CX-3, due to a slight hike in the shipping charge.
IRVINE, California — The 2017 Mazda CX-3, which competes in the hot subcompact crossover SUV segment, will arrive at Mazda dealerships in early July.
Upgrades to the 2017 CX-3 include standard 18-inch alloy wheels for CX-3 Touring models.
Mazda also cut the price on the i-Activsense package of safety technologies by $750. It is now priced at $1,170.
The package includes radar cruise control, automatic Smart City Brake Support, lane-departure warning, rain-sensing wipers and auto on/off headlights.
The 2017 CX-3 Touring starts at $22,860, while the top-of-the-line CX-3 Grand Touring is priced at $25,890. Pricing includes shipping.
All CX-3s come standard with a 146-horsepower Skyactiv-G 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and a six-speed automatic transmission.
Key competitors to the CX-3 include the Chevrolet Trax, Honda HR-V and Nissan Juke.
Edmunds says: Once again, Mazda hits the sweet spot with CX-3 pricing, something that should appeal to shoppers in this segment.