Indepth Car Review: Mazda CX3 FULL REVIEW Facelift 2019 CX-3 test – Autogefühl

Indepth Car Review: Mazda CX3 FULL REVIEW Facelift 2019 CX-3 test – Autogefühl

Awesome Review: Mazda CX3 FULL REVIEW Facelift 2019 CX-3 test – Autogefühl

In today’s Autogefühl’s episode, we present you the most recent iteration of the Mazda CX3. As always we cover exterior, interior, engines and driving experience.

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39 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: Mazda CX3 FULL REVIEW Facelift 2019 CX-3 test – Autogefühl”

  1. Good review, entertaining and informative. And yes, its good to be telling when a feature is anoying 😉 .Looking forward to the next review.

  2. I’ve been watching sooooo many car reviews for years, and many on the cx3 and without a shadow of a doubt this was the most excellent all around, unbiased, and thorough review I have ever seen, great job.

  3. Like the review but you were lacking some information. For instance, I would like to see the revised rear LED lights and if the indicator lights are LED now or not. Also, you mention the headlights are halogen but around 24 minutes you can clearly see that they are LED.

    I like the review though, as you go into specifics but I would have liked it more if you had gone into the changes and the details of those changes.

    On the power front, 121 HP is quite a lot for a car that weighs just over 1100 kilo’s, which with all the sound deadening is quite surprising.

  4. No spare tire. Nah. I’m not buying a car without a spare tire, I don’t care how great it is. Not a chance. For me, that’s a showstopper. I get a flat tire at least once a year. At least.

  5. One of the most beautifully designed cars on the road with the look and feel of quality. The command knob is brilliant. I wouldn't want a car without one, now that I've used that setup. Overall this was a fantastic, thorough and professional review. Great job!

  6. Our present car, Skoda Octavia, although very acceptable is now slightly too low for my wife to get into easily because of some back problems. Could you say whether the Mazda CX3 has a more, "put your bottom towards the seat and sit", kind of height?

  7. i own a 2017 cx-3.. not that happy with it. lots of squeaks and rattles since i got it, the suspension jumps around easily and doesn't absorb cobble stones very well, when i turn my steering wheel at slow speeds there's some sort of grinding creak, took 2 months to get my airco fixed in the middle of summer, you have to pay to get upgrades for the nav, the nav is rather slow, etc.

  8. Honestly, I'm impressed that Mazda is still in business. Love the new design. Car is easily recognizable. I'm disappointed that Mazda denies technology and backs away from it. I would have been happy if their party trick was an iPad in the center console similar to the Volvo's. I really don't see Mazda surviving past 2025.

  9. G121 and G150 are the same 2.0 litre naturaly aspirated engine just tuned differently (same engine in MX5), so you can just go to a local tuner and tune it to 170 horsepower

  10. I'm a huge fan of the CX-3, particularly in the US where small cars with AWD are difficult to find. The styling is excellent, I personally LOVE the materials used inside, and it has enough power for its size (we only get the 2.0L petrol I4), combined with sporty handling and good steering feel. A+ in my book.

    Great review, really enjoyed how in-depth it was, looking forward to more!

  11. The most unreliable car I have ever purchased. 3 air conditioning matrix, 4 new wheels due to corrosion, new entertainment system, new interior trim and the handbrake failed. My third and last Mazda.

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