The 2019 Mazda3 sedan is now in stock at Maple Shade Mazda and comes equipped with a long list of premium features and equipment. That said, what exactly is new on the 2019 sedan? Mazda’s 2019 model has been fully redesigned and debuts with a fresh new look adopted from a matured KODO Design language. In addition, the 2019 Mazda3 sedan incorporates the new SKYACTIV-Vehicle Architecture. Take a step inside the sedan’s cabin and you will find a spacious, quiet interior with plush seats and a generous selection of premium features.
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The cabin further embodies the KODO Design language with reconfigured A-pillars, dashboard and shifter for maximum comfort. The 2019 Mazda3 sedan also receives new interior fabric choices, a redesigned central display screen and two additional speakers for the sound system. The luxurious sedan is available in four packages, including the base, Select, Preferred and Premium, all of which come equipped with a long list of premium entertainment and convenience technologies.
2019 Mazda3 sedan interior images
More driver assist technologies have also been added, including Mazda’s new Cruising & Traffic Support (CTS) system that works to reduce driver fatigue by assisting with braking, acceleration and steering when navigating traffic jams and stop-and-go highway traffic. Mazda’s new Driver Monitoring system is also now available on the 2019 Mazda3 sedan and uses an infrared camera and infrared LED to observe the driver’s condition when driving. The system monitors everything from how open the driver’s eyelids are to the driver’s line of sight to determine when it’s necessary to engage Smart Brake Support.
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Are you interested in taking a closer look at the new 2019 Mazda3 sedan? We invite you to stop by our beautiful, state-of-the-art showroom! We have an extensive selection of models for you to choose from. We look forward to seeing you!
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