Mazda CX-3 gets updated with G-vectoring
Mazda continues to rollout its SKYACTIV Technology and G-Vectoring Control, which will be introduced in the 2017 Mazda CX-3 models, forms part of this.
G-Vectoring Control (GVC) improves a car’s handling by controlling engine torque based on steering and acceleration input from the driver. The system helps to power the car through corners by sending slightly more power to the inside wheel, resulting in improved cornering and handling.
In addition, Mazda will be adding a new derivative the Mazda CX-3 2.0L Individual Plus to next year’s model line-up. This top of the range model comes with advanced safety features such as smart city brake support, adaptive LED headlights, lane departure warning, driver attention alert and blind spot monitoring.
Exterior enhancements include two new exterior colours: Eternal Blue Mica and Machine Gray Metallic, as well as a new chrome side door trim.
The CX-3 comes with a 3-year warranty, 3-year roadside assistance and a 3-year service plan.