It'd like to see how that turns out! :roll: :roll: :roll:It makes me so enraged that I've spent all this moolah on the top of the line Mazda3 and you can get the grille and stick it on the Maxx so I'm going to get a Mercedes SLR grille for my SP23
IMO I like the look of the Maxx Sport better, SP23 looks to busy at the front end for my likingzookeeper said:I really like the SP23 grill but I have already bought a Maxx - is it possible to put the SP23 grill onthe Maxx?
Basically yes, however the SP23 has tweaked body panel skirtings. You'll find at least in hatch form it has a unique front and rear body kit to the other models.They use identical panels..
The skirtings and front/back kits are not considered as "panels" they are just add ons, that is why you can purchase it as an accessory.Basically yes, however the SP23 has tweaked body panel skirtings. You'll find at least in hatch form it has a unique front and rear body kit to the other models.
Luckily, we get the hatch and sedan in all 4 specs compared to the limited 3 models in the USA and Canada. Too bad we don't seem to have as many optional accessories as the rest of the world. (or at least that's what Mazda Australia and dealers will lead us to beloeve)Jebus said:the aussie names for the 3 are bad ass haha
Yes, but what has that got to do with getting an SP23 grille for your Maxx/Neo?So basically... ALL panels on the sedan are interchangable with the panels on the sp23 sedan, as with the sp23 hatch.