The Mazda3 is back for 2021 with a ton of power and a premium interior that awaits you drivers in Glendale, CA. Some have criticized the Mazda3 for lacking in power, but the debut of the new 2.5 Turbo model will solve all complaints against this car. However, this time, we are here to talk about its cabin, and this is what it has for you.

Interior Comfort

The new Mazda3 scores a perfect 10 in terms of comfort and quality. The interior is well designed and has a premium feel. The cabin is large and has comfortable and supportive seats. The base trim comes with manually adjustable seats, but just a step up, you get power-adjustable seats with a sporty driving position. Drivers will have the chance to trim their interior in whatever they like, but even the base's black cloth interior looks dapper. Most of the interior has soft-touch coverings, and there is a white light illuminating the gauges and switchgear. The cabin seats five, and the rear seat legroom is abundant for a compact car. It is also very practical. The sedan comes with 13 cubic feet of storage, while the hatchback gives you 20 cubic feet.

Safety and Technology

According to the government agencies, the Mazda3 is very safe. The NHTSA gave it five stars while the IIHS gave last year's model their highest honor. The new Mazda3 will have many standard safety features, including emergency braking with pedestrian detection, active lane-keeping, driver attention monitor, adaptive cruise control, and automatic high beams. At the center of the dash, you will have a bright 8.8-inch display for all your infotainment needs. Standard features include Apple and Android smartphone integration, Bluetooth, USB input, AM/FM radio, and an 8-speaker audio system. Optional features offered in the new Mazda3 include navigation, a wireless charging pad, blind-spot monitoring, a power moonroof, HUD, and heated seats.

Visit Star Mazda Today!

The new Mazda3 is now available at Star Mazda. Make a point of visiting any of our dealerships in Glendale, CA today.

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