New with Mazda for 2023: Mazda3
The Mazda3 2.0 sedan is discontinued, leaving the 2.5-liter engine as the standard power plant, again. The 2.5-liter is also 5 horsepower more potent: 191 horsepower. All 2.5-liter non-turbo engines are now equipped with cylinder deactivation in order to save fuel. Fuel mileage is increased considerably on all non-turbo models.
Rear seat side impact airbags and rear seat safety belt pre-tensioners are new, and standard on all models.
Sedan medals won’t arrive until after the first of the year.
New with Mazda for 2023: CX-5
Base price increase is $850.
Preferred and Premium models no longer have a standard power liftgate. Premium models no longer have satellite radio.
New Rhodium White paint is offered, at extra cost.
New with Mazda for 2023: CX-30
The base engine gains 5 horsepower, for a total of 191 in the 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. The base engine also receives cylinder deactivation technology. Between the different changes, fuel mileage is improved both in the city and on the highway by two MPG: 26 city/33 highway.
Mazda has added rear seat-mounted side impact airbags, and rear outboard seat belt pretensioners, and made structural enhancements in order to pass the new, tougher IIHS side impact test.
Base price is up $800, although 2.5 S preferred is almost $400 lower and Carbon Edition is over $1000 higher.
The plain Turbo model is discontinued, leaving speed lovers the Turbo Premium or Turbo Premium Plus, both of which increase over $1000.
Normally-aspirated Premium models no longer have satellite radio, but the navigation system’s traffic feature is still provided.
New with Mazda for 2023: CX-50
New with Mazda for 2023: CX-9
CX-9 Sport is discontinued, leaving CX-9 Touring as the entry-level model; this results in a price increase of $3520, or $1370 for the same model. As part of the change, Mazda Advanced Keyless Entry, an automatic dimming rearview mirror, HomeLink®, a wireless phone charger, lighted visor vanity mirrors, a power liftgate, leather seats, and a power front passenger seat are now standard.
New with Mazda for 2024: CX-90
A new, plug-in hybrid, three-row sport utility is due for the 2024 model year.
New with Mazda for 2023: MX-30 EV
No changes to this California-only compliance special, except its price is $740 higher when it arrives, again, in Spring 2023.
New with Mazda for 2023: MX-5 Miata
The Miata Club is now special order, only, and will not be stocked by dealerships.
Base price increases by $800.
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