Mazda’s U.S. division has disclosed pricing information for the recently announced all-new 2014 Mazda3. The entry-level variant is going to cost you $16,945, not taking into consideration the extra $795 as destination charges.
Standard equipment includes power windows and locks, body-colored bumpers, 16-inch steel rims and remote keyless entry.
You also benefit from air conditioning, 4-speaker sound system with AUX/USB support, sport seats, push-button ignition and a tilt / telescopic steering wheel.
Opt for the i Sport model ($18,445 sedan / $18,945 hatchback) and you also get 60/40-split folding rear seat, Bluetooth, illuminated steering wheel controls, tachometer, cruise control and body-colored side mirrors.
Moving on to the I Touring model ($19,595 / $20,095), this one adds 16-inch alloys, rear spoiler, bright exterior trim, better upholstery, Blind Spot Monitoring system with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, along with a leather-covered steering wheel. The range-topping i Grand Touring kicks off at $22,745 / $23,245 and includes a moonroof, leatherette seats, as well as 6-way power adjustable driver’s seats plus heated front seats.
Regardless of trim level, the U.S.-spec 2014 Mazda3 sedan and hatchback are sold with a SKYACTIV-G 2.0-liter engine delivering 155 bhp and 150 lb-ft mated to a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic.