2017 Madza3 Revealed With Design Upgrades and G-Vectoring Control

By Product Expert | Posted in Mazda News, Mazda3 on Thursday, July 14th, 2016 at 7:07 pm
What's New for the 2017 Mazda3?

What’s New for the 2017 Mazda3?

The Mazda3 compact sedan is one of the more popular models offered by Mazda, so whenever the new model year rolls around, drivers no doubt want to know what’s changed. That’s why we’re here to share with you what’s new for the 2017 Mazda3, as there are quite a few things to get excited about.

But before we look at the upgrades for 2017, we’ll answer the question many probably have, which is when the model will be available. Although the new model has released in Japan (known there as the Axela), all we know about the 2017 Mazda3’s availability here in the US is that it will release within the year.

New G-Vectoring Control Technology on the 2017 Mazda3

quote from Mazda president and CEOOne of the big changes to the model is the G-Vectoring Control system. We’ve previewed this system before and it’s now been confirmed that it will come in the 2017 model.

Put simply, the system is able to vary engine torque output based on your steering input, which will provide control over lateral and longitudinal acceleration. It also optimizes the load on the wheels. All together, this help provide a smooth drive and limit the need for continuous steering adjustments.

Learn more about Mazda G-Vectoring Control

Design and Equipment Upgrades for the 2017 Mazda3

The Mazda3 will also be receiving some design changes and equipment upgrades. Although information on these upgrades is limited, we can keep you updated here on the Mazda of Lodi blog. That said, based on reports online, it sounds as though we can expect changes to the grille, steering wheel and fog lights, amongst other things.

More about the Mazda3 compact sedan

Though full details and photos are slim at this point, this should present a little preview as to what’s new for the 2017 Mazda3. We’ll keep you updated with any news that gets released between now and the model’s release.

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