On Friday, August 10, 2018 a review on the 2018 Mazda CX-3 was published in the Jamaican Observer by journalist, Rory Daley.
“Mazda CX-3 mimics the lines of low sleek sports car, while retaining its compact crossover sport utility vehicle functions.” – Rory Daley, Jamaica Observer
Daley refers to the crossover as “a modern reinterpretation of a classic Italian sports coupe”. The high-grade package offers 18″ Aluminum Alloy wheels that make it easy to slip in and out for the on-the-go driver while the leatherette sport seats offer the relaxed driver a fatigue-free ride given any distance.
He was immensely impressed by its upmarket features such as the touchscreen MZD Connect Infotainment System that is paired purposefully with the centre console rotary dial, Active Driving Display (Heads Up Display) and I-STOP Technology as it surpasses average metrics of other compact crossover SUVs.
The easiest way to sum up the CX-3 is in Mazda’s own words Jinba-ittai, essentially Japanese for “the feeling of unity with the car”.