Standard Equipment coming to 2020 Mazda 3Aug 28th, 2019
For the second year-round on the 4th Gen Mazda, the vehicle is experiencing some minor changes. Mazda will be adding its i-Active driver-assist features to all of the sedan models, features that were previously on select higher trims.
The base model of the 2020 Mazda 3 will now include blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning and lane-keep assist, adaptive cruise control and auto emergency braking.
There will be a slight price increase varying from $100 – $500 respectively. The all-wheel-drive remains to be a $1400 option on all trims besides the base model.
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