Mazda 3 Is The Canadian Car Of Year 2021, Guaranteed Drive In Almost Every Weather

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Mazda far from home is doing its best to make remarkable name, say why? In the land of beavers Mazda 3 won the Canadian Car of 2021. This selection was done by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada. In fact, this car has many benefits and really deserves its prize.

AJAC (The Automobile Journalists Association of Canada) is a community with professional journalists, writers, photographers and corporate members that choose the winners of the Canadian Car of the Year (CCOTY) and Canadian Utility Vehicle of the Year Awards (CUVOTY) every year. this group of people chose Mazda 3 as the car of the year, since it has high Styling, Quality, Driver Position, Quietness, Performance, Vehicle Dynamics and Safety.

2021 Mazda 3 Sedan

In this competition, all debuted cars of year are present and fight for a place, but it’s the first time that Mazda 3 has won a prize for two consecutive years, 2020 and now 2021. This Mazda has been around for a long time. This time both the sedan and hatchback model brought proud to Japan.

The 2021 Mazda 3 Sedan is powered with a 2.5-liter Turbo engine with 250 hp of power and also 320 lb-ft of torque (for the 2.0-liter engine, 155 hp of output power). The hatchback model of 2021 Mazda 3 has the same powertrain under the hood. The lighter model without turbo provides 186 hp.

2021 Mazda 3

Beside some bunch of numbers, Mazda used its new i-Activ AWD system on this one. i-Activ AWD is maybe the wining card of match. Its not important that its Wet, dry, snow or dirt, regardless of the surface, traction is best when the tire is pressing harder into the ground. This system receives the data from car’s g-sensor and manages the weight on each tire. Also, it sends torque to the tires that can generate the most grip in every instant, helping improve performance in any weather. That means perfect handling.

2021 Mazda 3

For having this Mazda, you should have at least $20,650 in your pocket.

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