With the arrival of the CX-30 crossover, it looks like Mazda now expects even slower sales for the smaller CX-3. According to an order guide for the 2020 Mazda CX-3, Mazda’s entry-level crossover will now only be offered in one trim level.
Cars Direct reportedly received an early order guide that shows that the 2020 CX-3 will lose its Touring and Grand Touring trim levels and will only be offered in the entry-level Sport trim level. Pricing for the 2020 CX-3 will start at $21,685, which is $1,260 less than the 2020 CX-300, which starts at $22,945.
Although the 2020 CX-3 will only be offered in one trim level, it does get more standard equipment, like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also now comes standard with the i-ACTIVSENSE driver assistance package, which includes automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, and adaptive cruise control.