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How Does the 2020 Mazda CX-3 Perform in The Winter?

By Product Expert | Posted in Mazda CX-3 on Thursday, February 13th, 2020 at 2:13 pm
A red Mazda CX-3 driving in a city

How the 2020 Mazda CX-3 Can Perform in the Winter

Being in Rochester, New York, many people are accustomed to some of the harshest and snowiest winters in the United States. But if you’re thinking about buying a car that can withstand upstate winters, would the 2020 Mazda CX-3 be a good match?  Here at Marketplace Mazda, we wanted to investigate and share what we’ve found with you.


On slippery roads, many of us know that traction is key to staying safe while on the roads.  This is especially true in 2020, as the snowfall amounts have been higher than than the average season.  Luckily, the Mazda CX-3 Sport is available with i-ACTIV AWD®, which distributes power to each tire as needed in a seamless fashion to help you keep control while on those slushy or slippery roads.

A rear view of a red 2020 Mazda CX-3 parked in the rain

Additional Safety Features

Just in case you need a little help on the road, the Mazda 2020 CX-3 comes equipped with a host of safety features.  A major one to note is the Dynamic Stability Control, which helps drivers maintain control of the vehicle in rough or slippery conditions.  While commuting on I-490 or the Inner Loop, the model is equipped with Rear Vehicle Monitoring to help you stay aware of any vehicles around you.  Any stop-and-go traffic within the Rochester area is covered as well since the CX-3 has Advanced Smart City Brake Support with Pedestrian Detection.

We here at Marketplace Mazda care about your safety, which is why we try to provide vehicles that are well-equipped to take any season the area throws at you.  The 2020 Mazda CX-3 is but one of those vehicles with its mix of all-wheel drive options and extensive safety features.  Come try one out for yourself today here at Marketplace Mazda!

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