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What Trim Levels and Equipment Options Can Dealers Offer for the Mazda 3?

Whether you are looking to buy a 4-door saloon or 5-door hatchback family car version of the Mazda 3 compact car, your local dealer will be able to offer you a wide range of different trim levels and extra equipment options to choose from. It is a good idea to talk these through with the dealer you are planning to buy from, but to make sure that you make the right decision for you it is also a good idea to look through the different options in your own time before you go in, because the dealers will obviously be trying to sell you as much as they can to bump up the price.
Four different trim levels are available for both versions of the Mazda 3. These are called i Touring, i Grand Touring, s Touring and s Grand Touring. The four door version also has two extra trim levels at the lower end of the scale, and therefore begins with i SV, followed by i sport, and then the four trim levels mentioned above.
The standard equipment list for the lowest level i SV trim includes electronic stability control, tilt-telescoping steering column, and audio system with radio, CD player and MP3, electric windows and mirrors, and variable intermittent wipers. Upgrading to the i Touring trim level also gives you 16 inch alloys, cruise control, air conditioning, keyless remote entry and Bluetooth connectivity.
At the top end of the scale the Grand Touring trims include satellite navigation, leather upholstery, heated side mirrors and 5 position adjustable and heated front sports seats.
Optional car equipment which can be added separately on top of the Grand Touring trim includes automatic rain-sensing windscreen wipers, alarm, and auto-levelling Adaptive front HID headlights. Meanwhile the i Touring trim can be added to with an electric power glass Moonroof or a high quality Bose 65-watt audio package with 10 speakers and surround sound feature.