The 2021 Mazda CX-3 small crossover SUV remains unchanged from 2020 and starts at the same $21,740 price, including $1,100 destination fee, the automaker announced this week. 

The only news may be that it’s still available to shoppers in the U.S. A larger 2020 Mazda CX-30 small crossover, designed for North American drivers, now shares the same showroom as the CX-3 and the two crossovers share similar goals, although not many similar parts. The CX-3 was Mazda’s least expensive model until the introduction of the base 2021 Mazda 3 sedan undercut it at $21,445.  

It appears ready for discontinuation here, however. Last year, the trim levels were streamlined from three options down to the base Sport model; this year, there are no content changes. That’s not to say the CX-3 is bad; we called it a “stylish, perky little crossover SUV that offers very little passenger and luggage…

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