Mazda has made Australia’s favourite car even more appealing with the addition of Bluetooth to the Mazda3 Neo and USB connectivity across the entire Mazda3 range, at no extra cost.
The introduction of Bluetooth to the stylish Mazda3 Neo means that every Mazda3 model comes with the most up-to-date Bluetooth technology and USB as standard, keeping you better connected than ever before.
Bluetooth technology allows safe hands-free phone calls and audio streaming in all models, making the Mazda driving experience even more enjoyable.
In addition, USB capabilities enable the driver to play music through the USB connection and control music selection through the use of the steering wheel controls while providing USB audio connection for iPod, iPhone and USB 2.0 memory sticks.
Information such as artist name, album and the song being played is displayed on the multi-information display.
Not to be left out, the sporty Mazda3 MPS has also been updated.
The hatch is known for its superb handling and control, advanced technology and turbo charged performance, but it now comes with a host of styling changes that will continue to make it stand out from the rest.
Some smart external tweaks to the paint scheme sees the exterior mirrors, part of the rear spoiler and rear lower bumper come in a slick Black Mica colour.
In addition, the alloy wheels come in a dark metallic flavour as opposed to silver and the antenna has changed to a stylish shark-fin shape.
In more good news for Mazda3 MPS buyers, none of the enhancements come with a price rise.
Mazda Australia’s national marketing manager, Alastair Doak, said: “The Mazda3 is Australia’s most popular car and with the introduction of Bluetooth and USB across the entire range, offering even more value to the customer, we expect the appeal to continue. The fact that the latest enhancements come at no extra cost shows that we are intent on giving Mazda buyers more."