The 2019 Mazda3 Sedan and 2019 Mazda 3 Sport parked back to back on a clear street.

The redesigned 2019 Mazda3 is definitely a head-turner. Throughout the design process Mazda's team of Takumi (master craftsmen) wanted to create a standout vehicle. With time the concept of a "car as art," was envisioned. Without a doubt the 2019 Mazda3 is a good-looking car, but unless you are a car collector the car you buy needs to be more than something to look at. With this in mind, we asked our Sales Team what they considered to be the coolest changes in the 2019 Mazda3.

The cockpit of the Mazda3
Dylan Macfair, the newest member of our Sales team liked the redesign of the centre console and the arrangement of the cabin. The 2019 Mazda3 was developed with a human-centric focus and nowhere is this more clear than in the interior. Everything from the front seat vents, to the infotainment system points toward the driver. This keeps crucial information within line-of-sight, reducing distraction and allowing you to focus on the road.
Jason McInnis is also a fan of the interior changes made to the 2019 Mazda3. "The things that caught my eye the most about the new 2019 Mazda 3 was the interior. From the GX to the GT trim, the interior looks and feels fantastic! You can't find a better interior in this category. It's comfortable and quiet; the controls are easy to use; the aesthetics look like they belong in a more expensive vehicle. You really have to sit in the car to appreciate it!"
The 2019 Mazda3 comes with the option of a custom built Bose Premium audio system. With reductions in NHV and a clearer, more powerful sound to the audio system, your driving playlist never sounded so good.


Sylvia Strickland is a fan of the Bose® premium sound system found in the higher trim levels of the 2019 Mazda3. Not only were the positions of the speakers adjusted to optimize sound delivery, but that combined with the 2019 Mazda3 having the quietest cabin of any Mazda vehicle ever made, means playing music is like having a concert hall in your car. It's you, the road and the music. It's "Boselicious" as Sylvia would say.

Last but not least, Tonya Bartlett is a fan of what some might consider the most significant change to the 2019 Mazda3 - the inclusion of available i-Activ AWD. Tonya owns her own 2018 Mazda3 and loves it, but she can't deny that AWD would have been a nice cherry on top if she had the option. "SUVs are very popular but some of us enjoy driving cars. With the Mazda3 now having an all-wheel drive option, you can get that all-wheel drive control without having to get an SUV. That's a Win-Win for us car-lovers"
These are some of the coolest changes in the 2019 Mazda3, but we are just scratching the surface. This vehicle is a work of art and the best way to experience it is behind the wheel. Book your test drive or contact us today to learn more about this amazing vehicle.