Mazda launched its all-new Mazda3 in 2017 in Japan, where it is already on sale as the Mazda Axela. In Canada, it will have to wait a bit as the manufacturer said it would be available to us later this year. At first glance, no major changes should be noted in regard to the design, although it displays some alterations affecting the grille or the fog lights, as well as chrome accents giving it an even more upscale .
Few details have leaked so far on the 2017 Mazda3, if not it will have a vector control G-force, the first of a series of technologies known under the name SKYACTIV-VEHICLE DYNAMICS, which provides integrated control of the gearbox, engine, chassis as well as the body.
The G-Vectoring is indeed able to vary the engine’s torque to optimize the load on each wheel, which has the impact to improve handling and increase comfort in most situations.
Inside, the multimedia system has received a facelift and the HUD appeared. The steering wheel has also been revised in order to offer better ergonomics.
Finally, note that the Mazda Axela or Mazda3, counts as the first model to win the vector control force G, one of the novelties in the family of SKYACTIV technologies and Vehicle Dynamics another axis of development in performance and driving philosophy Jinba- ittai.