The All-new Mazda 3 receives yet another award – the 2019 Women’s World Car of the Year, as well as being named Family Car at the same awards.
The awards just keep coming in for the incredible All-new Mazda 3. Hot on the heels of its Scottish Car of the Year win, it has picked up yet another award. At the 2019 Women’s World car of the Year Awards, the Mazda 3 took away the overall title of Women’s World Car of the Year, as well as taking home the Family Car award. This slightly more unusual award focuses on which cars meet the needs of female drivers. It takes into account a variety of things, including safety, value for money, appearance, storage space, child-friendliness, ease-of-driving and environmental footprint.
The all-female panel of judges brings women together from 31 different countries. This means the award takes into account the different priorities of women from across the globe. the Mazda 3 has taken the overall title for its stunning design, advanced technology and human-centric layout, which offers fantastic practicality without taking away the pure joy of driving that Mazda is known for.
Ticking all the boxes
It’s really no surprise to see the Mazda 3 picking up yet another award. As the first model in Mazda’s new generation of vehicles, it represents a marked step forward in technology, design and drivability. And with the launch of the Saloon version this month, it provides an even better proposition to suit every drivers’ needs. Starting at just £20,595 in the Hatchback and £23,555 in the Saloon, the Mazda 3 is loaded with features and technology as standard. This includes LED headlights, keyless entry, air conditioning, rear parking sensors, alloy wheels and an 8.8-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The Mazda 3 is also the first model in the Mazda range to offer the revolutionary Skyactiv-X engine, which offers drivers the efficiency of a diesel in a petrol engine.