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DESIGNInside is the latest Mazda instrument layout of a large central dial with rectangular pods on either side of it. PRICINGPrices start at an impressively low $19,990 (plus on-roads) for the 2WD petrol manual and go up to $37,690 for the topline Akari with AWD diesel with auto.The familiar Mazda model names of Neo and Maxx are used for the CX-3, but are joined by two new ones. The small SUV market segment is becoming increasingly crowded, with something like 20 direct or semi-direct competitors to the Mazda CX-3. A Brazilian street artist is attempting to break a Guinness World Record for the largest mural by one artist – painting the massive piece on a building in Rio de Janeiro before the start of the Olympic Games. A man walks past a section of a mural depicting indigenous faces being created by Brazilian graffiti artist Eduardo Kobra and assistants in the revamped Port District on July 20, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The mural is painted in an area that the Olympic website describes as a formerly run-down port area that has been rejuvenated in the lead up to the games. Eduardo Kobra is the artist behind the 190-metre long, 15.5 metre tall and 3,000-square-metre mural. The mural, which depicts five indigenous people from five continents, will be unveiled on 30 July.
He, along with four guest artists, has been working on the piece for at least 12 hours a day for two months.
None more so than the stylish new Mazda CX-3 when we drove it on an extended introductory drive program from Canberra to Sydney. Strong styling, good pricing and Mazda’s longterm record in Australia seem sure to help it to the front few in the sales race, possibly even to number one.

Kobra said he has gone to great lengths to accurately and respectfully portray his subjects. Kobra, who lives in Sao Paulo, has created pieces around the world in cities like London, Tokyo and New York. The new mural can be found on the Olympic Boulevard, a site that stretches about three kilometres and will show live coverage on giant screens, as well as hosting live music, street art performances, fire work displays and food trucks. Many along the way, on foot or in other vehicles noticed us as we passed by or stopped at traffic lights.Australia is one of Mazda’s biggest markets and we have been given the honour of being the first country outside Japan to receive the new CX-3. A basic design of head-up display is fitted to some models and works reasonably well, but isn’t as good as the full-on HUD systems being used by others. On typical Aussie backroads it still has a degree of comfort that’s not always the norm in this class.The high(ish) seating position makes for easy ingress and egress as well as a better view of the traffic ahead. If it is accepted as a Guinness World Record, it will be almost double the size of the existing record-holder.
Mazda’s general manager of the product division, Hitoshi Takeshita, attended the media launch of the vehicle, he has a strong engineering background and understands the minutest detail of his products - which include the Mazda2 on which CX-3 is based.Little brother to the big-selling Mazda CX-5, the CX-3 is instantly recognisable thanks to the Japanese maker’s big-grille styling theme. Having said that, the Mazda readout doesn’t disappear as soon as you put on polarising sunglasses. The so-called Kodo shape has been around for some time and has certainly played its part in the sales race in Australia, lifting Mazda onto strong podium positions for several years now.
A big plus from my point of view.Seats are well shaped and there’s a fair amount of space in the back.
There is a full order book for the 447kW W12 until 2017 so there's no rush to bring the others online just yet.The 12-cylinder engine is 90 per cent new and 30kg lighter than the predecessor.

The little turbo-diesel is woefully slow off the line until the turbocharger gets itself up and spinning. Its revised internal lubrication prevents surge and collects oil from the turbos when it's on extreme angles. You can learn to drive around this problem but try for yourself during your private road test.Once the diesel is operating ‘on song’ it’s much better and the strong torque and quick action automatic transmission make for easy hillclimbing and safe overtaking. Peak torque of 900Nm from just 1350rpm and a range of driving modes — now becoming the norm for all-terrain vehicles — will churn through the soft or tough stuff.The Bentayga's eight modes of drive dynamics fit within what's known as "Charisma", with the ability to tackle snow, wet grass, sand, mud, gravel, comfort, sport. This is increasingly unusual in this SUV class as many are now coming with drive only to two wheels. However, Mazda Australia feels that some owners will still want the added traction of all-wheel-drive for use in slippery conditions, such as in snowfields. But don’t get too ambitious…Six-speed manual or automatic transmissions are offered, but the manual only comes with the front-wheel-drive petrol-engine combination.

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