Saturday, December 29, 2018

2019 Mazda3 parking lot




That, is a lot of Mazda3s.

Looks like the Hiroshima factory has been making them for a while. 

Not sure when the car is actually available in the US, but from the look if this, we should have too long to wait.


10 comments:

Doug F said...

Maybe it's time for a new shade of red, lol.

Sam Curtis said...

Not much of a color selection, eh? Perhaps this is one of Mazda's biggest weakness, not offering more color options to their customers!

TwoBear said...

Mazda... Give us some color choices already!

Anonymous said...

They're a fairly low production manufacturer and still manage to offer a surprising amount of quality at a competitive price point. Standard trims with standard options as well as a lower number of paint options allows them to streamline production lines and save money. I'd rather have fewer color choices and a higher overall quality product to be honest.

Anonymous said...

Wonder why some have the protective plastic covering on roof and others don't?

Anonymous said...

Vince, please buy me the blue one.

Anonymous said...

I remember when it used to be a novelty to see a white Mazda.. on many models the only white you could get was an extra-cost pearlescent. Now it's a novelty to see a Mazda that isn't red or grey.

Anonymous said...

Starting production with five colors isn't bad. My guess is they want everyone to think MAZDA when they see that Soul Red color. So lots of that for the first car dealers receive. Otherwise, they have plenty of choices. I wish they would put more effort in refining the other colors the way they did soul red&machine gray.

Carl Sandstedt said...

Love hatches and hate to see so many disappearing but that's just too much c-pillar for me. If you can even call something that wide a pillar. Also love red cars but that is a limited color choice.

TiredOfWaiting said...

Are we overlooking the obvious thing here ? - I only see hatchbacks, not sedans.