Mazda will no longer produce the CX-3
The CX-3 compact crossover from Mazda is still on sale today, and the car has been on the assembly line for almost six years.
The model has never changed a generation during its entire existence. According to rumors, the car will leave the conveyor belt at the end of the current year. Orders have already been taken, and the product itself should end in December 2021.
Instead of CX-3, it will be a bigger CX-30 SUV. It turns out the CX-3 can't exist along with the CX-30 to create unnecessary internal competition.
Mazda has also planned to add a large number of parkettes. Next year, the CX-60 and CX-80 SUVs will come to Europe with hybrid powertrains, and for the US, the Japanese have prepared the big CX-70 and CX-90, plus the CX-50.