The new Mazda3 is fitted with G-Vectoring Control (GVC) which provides improved cornering control.
According to Mazda, with GVC, the benefits are more precise steering, improved handling and ride quality, and less fatigue for the driver.
GVC controls the G-force in the vehicle by reducing engine torque, based on steering and acceleration input of the driver.
The 2017 Mazda3 also gets subtle exterior tweaks such as a bolder grille, LED headlights and tail lights.
The Mazda3 is available in both sedan and hatchback variants, in four colour choices: Artic White, Blue Reflex, Meteor Grey and Aluminium Metallic.
The 2.0-litre Mazda3 with GVC is priced at RM113,998.79 (standard sedan); RM129, 412.19 (high-spec sedan) and RM132,494.87 (hatchback).
Mazda CX-3 with GVC
G-Vectoring Control or GVC is also found in the new Mazda CX-3 and Mazda6.
Enhancements to the CX-3 include an exterior side door garnishing and an addition of two new exterior colours - Eternal Blue Mica and Machine Gray Metallic.
The CX-3 is available in 7 color choices: Soul Red Metallic, Ceramic Metallic, Deep Crystal Blue, Snowflake White Pearl Mica, Eternal Blue Mica, Machine Grey and Jet Black.
Selling price is RM138,373.25 OTR with insurance.
Mazda6 with GVC
The new Mazda6, both Skyactiv-G and Skyactiv-D, also has GVC.
Enhancements to the Mazda6 include an exterior side turn light enlargement, improved steering wheel design, and head-up unit display and Multi Info Display (MID).
The Mazda6 Skyactiv-G is available in sedan and touring variants, in 7 colour choices: Soul Red Metallic, Sonic Silver, Deep Crystal Blue, Snowflake White Pearl, Meteor Grey, Machine Grey and Jet Black.
Selling price starts from RM170,407.60 OTR onwards with insurance.
The Mazda6 Skyactiv-D is available only in sedan form.
Colours available are the same as Mazda6 Skyactiv-G. Selling price is RM215,264.70 OTR with insurance.