In celebrating its 100th year anniversary, local Mazda distributor Bermaz has introduced a limited edition CX-3, which has been developed by Bermaz’s MazdaSports division.

The enhancements on the limited edition model is purely aesthetic. On the outside the CX-3 gets a front lip spoiler, rear bumper diffuser and a two-tone finish with Piano Black roof along with a matching spoiler.

The limited edition CX-3 also comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, which appear quite similar to the ones seen on the CX-9 and CX-8. Looking in detail, the CX-3’s exhaust tips are finished in brushed in aluminium and is only available exclusively in Snowflake White Pearl. As it is a limited edition model, the CX-3 also dons 100 Years Anniversary Limited Edition badges.

Inside, the suede seats have been embroidered with a Mazda 100 Years Anniversary logo, while the same suede treatment is seen on the steering, arm rest and gear lever. The same applied to the dashboard and door trims. The limited edition CX-3 also throws out the “maggi mee carpets” in replacement of black limited edition floor mats. Brushed aluminium pedals and scuff plates complete the interior.

But that’s not all as Mazda has given some attention to improving the driving experience as well. For starters, it’s fitted with a JBL Basspro Hub 11-inch subwoofer under the boot floor that produces tight, deep bass with low distortion.

Also part of package is a front strut bar across the engine bay, along with stabiliser bars in the front, mid and rear section of the undercarriage.

All-in-all, the limited edition CX-3 package is priced at RM14,500 and is accompanied by a 1-year Mazda Genuine Accessory Warranty. With the standard Mazda CX-3 priced at RM126,829, after the sales tax exemption, the limited edition model will cost RM141,329. Orders and reservations can be made at any of the Mazda outlets with delivery expected by the end July 2020.


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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.