New 2019 MazdaMazda CX-3 Sport

  • VIN: JM1DKFB7XK1419558
  • Stock: 19M126
Odometer
24 miles
Fuel Economy
27/32 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Deep Crystal Blue Mica
Interior Color
Black
Body/Seating
SUV/5 seats
Transmission
6 speed automatic
Drivetrain
All-wheel Drive
Engine
2.0L I-4 cyl
Mazda Mazda CX-3
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Highlighted Features

  • Blind spot sensor
  • Emergency communication system
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Exterior parking camera rear
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Steering wheel mounted audio controls
  • Rear window wiper

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

Check out this great low mileage vehicle!

It comes equipped with all the standard amenities for your driving enjoyment. Mazda prioritized comfort and style by including: tilt and telescoping steering wheel, power door mirrors, and remote keyless entry. Smooth gearshifts are achieved thanks to the efficient 4 cylinder engine, and all wheel drive keeps this model firmly attached to the road surface.

Our experienced sales staff is eager to share its knowledge and enthusiasm with you. They'll work with you to find the right vehicle at a price you can afford. Please don't hesitate to give us a call.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall9.4Out of 10
  • A very sporty and nice-looking lil crossover

    By Zak S on Sunday, March 04, 2018

    9.0
    The CX 3 has very sporty styling and its driving abilities match this look 100%! It moves pretty quickly for a naturally aspirated 2.0 L and the maneuverability is excellent as well - with or without AWD. In the snow however, AWD will always be superior to FWD with a slight downside regarding the fuel mileage but, I never buy any car without AWD so I am fine with that. I average approximately 28 mpg combined. As mentioned prior, the styling on the outside is superior and Mazda designed the interior to compliment this sporty-styling appeal quite well: nice work Mazda! The downsides: the cargo space is not good for its class, but I knew this full well before my purchase (Honda HRV wins here). The CX 3 seats are designed very nicely and like mine, you can get them in the GT version with the black/parchment leather color combo. However, for long trips, the ride can be rough on those crazy, depleted roads and the comfort is not good at all. After an hour of driving, my legs and back can ache due to the hardness/firmness of the leather seats. FYI: my 2013 Nissan Altima and Juke both had superiority here in the seat comfort, but the Jukes ride was 10x worse than the CX 3, and my CX 3 has 19 inch wheels too! Also, the CX 3 sits low and has some blind spots but mainly in the rear view. However on a good note, the rear cross-traffic alert helps here considerably.
  • CX-3 Perfect for Boomer Empty Nesters

    By CX-3 Boomer on Monday, February 27, 2017

    9.0
    Volkswagen bought my diesel Golf TDI back so I started looking around for a car I could buy with the cash (I was willing to chip in the tax and fees). To accommodate the Colorado winters and the dirt roads we find every time we explore a new mountain trail, I wanted AWD. I am boomer-aged so no kids to worry about, just my wife and maybe the dog. In reality, I would drive the car mostly alone, perhaps with my golf clubs and push cart in the back. And I am very picky and like luxury features. I live in a town where if you dont own a Subaru you pay a special tax. I already have an Outback so test-drove a Crosstrek. I went up the canyon and did not get very far before turning back to the dealership. That CVT engine is weak on hills and handles like a stagecoach. I decided to spend some time on research, where I discovered the CX-3 and its generally high marks. I test drove the car after a decent snowfall and loved its AWD handling, not to mention the very cool interior. Two weeks later, I bought the car and asked the dealer to install the interior lighting kit and the soft cargo liner. If you dont know about the latter, check it out. A liner attaches over the rear seat headrests and fully covers the back of the rear seats and the entire back area (a clever use of Velcro). So, when you put the seats down, the entire carpeted area is protected. At the same time, there is also a section that can be draped over the bumper to protect it while taking things in and out. This is perfect for a middle-aged guy like me who hauls golf clubs and a push cart fairly regularly. Nothing in the car get dirty except for this easy-to-clean liner. Enough on that - this is an enjoyable little car to drive. Plenty of zoom-zoom to keep it interesting, and an AWD system that is impressive in various conditions. I am an audiophile and find the Bose system satisfactory - better than most but not quite custom. The interior is stylish and comfortable. The seats hug perfectly, the seat heaters will toast you to a blush. The safety features (I have a fully loaded GT) will match any on the road. The first time your headlights automatically turn to bright will impress you, and the walk-away locking system is so sweet. I am not so enamored of the Navigation system but have never had one I liked. At least the interface is attractive and easy to read. Ive owned the car for just over a month in a stylish Front Range town. In that time, I have seen just ONE other CX-3 on the road. This I love, as seemingly every other car is a Subaru or RAV4 or CRV. Its still new, but I love it and believe I will for years to come.
  • Love my CX-3!

    By Archie on Tuesday, January 19, 2016

    10.0
    I had purchased a CX-5 in 2015 and was drawn to the CX-3 when it came out. I traded in the CX-5 on a Grand Touring CX-3. The vehicle is just awesome. It has finally given me a reason to drive for no reason, just to experience the excellent driving dynamics. No doubt about it, the car is small, so if hauling people or gear is important to you, look elsewhere. The styling, inside and out, is fantastic. I have so many people ogling it and asking what it is. I have only driven it about 200 miles so far, so I cannot rate its reliability. If you want an eye-catching vehicle that begs to be driven, this one might be for you. So far, I am loving every minute with this car and often go outside just to look at it.
        
 

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