The Mazda CX-3 took the market by storm when it was first introduced to the world, thanks to its sharp Kodo: Soul of Motion design language and premium interior that gave it the edge over its closest rivals.
Last year, the CX-3 was crowned as the Crossover of the Year at the ASEAN Car of the Year Awards 2016. Now, Mazda’s crossover can add another title to its belt – Thailand Car of the Year 2016. The CX-3 was launched in the Land of Smiles back in November 2015 as a locally assembled unit and immediately became the top pick among the judges. The judging panel comprised of over 40 automotive journalists.
Mazda is currently exhibiting the updated CX-3 with G-Vectoring Control for the first time at the 38th Bangkok International Motor Show. Find out what we think of the Mazda CX-3 and how it stacks up against the mighty Honda HR-V. Congratulations again, Mazda!