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Entertaining yet sophisticated in demeanor, the Mazda 3 doesn't look, feel or drive like an economy car. If you're shopping for a small, inexpensive sedan or hatchback, this car should be at the top of your list. Long known as the purveyor of sporty economy cars, Mazda's latest, the 3, continues the company's tradition of making small cars that are fun to drive. Debuting in as a replacement for the Protégé compact sedan, the 3 offers a choice of two body styles: a four-door with a trunk or a four-door with a hatchback labeled the "five-door" by Mazda.
The Mazda 3's strengths include a pair of peppy, refined engines. The base "i" trim level employs a horsepower, 2. Both engines are equipped with variable valve timing to improve response and efficiency. The 3 also boasts superior handling and ride dynamics compared to most economy cars. Blessed with some chassis components from Mazda's 6 midsize sedan and spot-on tuning, the 3 handles like a bargain sport sedan.
The only minor quibble is that the ride may be too firm for some. To go along with its impressive hardware, the 3 offers stylish design inside and out, with the taut, chiseled body hinting at its athletic personality.
This year, in addition to freshened front and rear fascias for all 3s, new taillights debut: The i trims get a clear-lens treatment while the Grand Touring sedan gets LED units. Inside, the 3 benefits from a number of new upscale features, such as a standard rear-seat center armrest and audio input jack for MP3 players. Stability control is another new addition this year.
With some exciting new economy sedans debuting this year, such as Honda's Civic Si and Dodge's Caliber SRT-4, the Mazda 3 finds itself with some serious competition. The compact Mazda 3 is available as a four-door sedan or hatchback. There are five trim levels available for the sedan: i, i Touring, s, s Touring and s Grand Touring. The hatchback "five-door" comes in s, s Touring and s Grand Touring trims. The i Touring trim adds inch alloy wheels, air-conditioning, cruise control, an upgraded stereo, keyless entry, a height-adjustable driver seat and full power accessories.
Mazda 3 s models come with all of the above, plus the larger engine, special interior trim and a leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls. The s Touring adds inch alloys and body side sills to the mix, while the top-line s Grand Touring provides heated leather seats, automatic climate control, rain-sensing wipers and a trip computer.
Options include an in-dash CD changer, satellite radio, a moonroof and, for the Grand Touring versions, a navigation system. All i sedans use a 2. Both engines come standard with a five-speed manual transmission. A four-speed automatic transmission with an automanual mode is optional on i models, while s models upgrade to a five-speed automatic.
In our test of a 3 Grand Touring sedan with the 2. Standard on all 3s are four-wheel disc brakes, but one must typically go to upper trims or pay extra to get the latest safety features. Antilock brakes are optional on the i trims and standard for everything else. Stability control, front-seat side-impact airbags and full-length side curtain airbags are available only on the Touring and Grand Touring.
A tire-pressure monitor is standard, but only on the Grand Touring. In NHTSA frontal-impact crash tests, the Mazda 3 scored four stars out of five and received three stars in that agency's side-impact test. In IIHS testing, the 3 received a "Good" rating the highest out of four in frontal-impact tests but got a "Poor" rating the lowest in that agency's side-impact test. It should be noted that both of those side-impact tests involved a 3 without the side airbags.
Thanks to its performance-oriented chassis tuning, the Mazda 3 rewards the driving enthusiast with quick and communicative steering, a lack of discernible body roll and lots of grip on twisty blacktop. At the same time, the highway ride is smooth enough to please most commuters; however, those who prefer softly sprung compacts like the Corolla might think it too firm.
All told, the Mazda 3 has refined road manners that will likely surprise car shoppers expecting the typically flabby ride and handling of many economy cars. Unlike most economy cars, the Mazda 3 offers a distinctive and upscale interior design. Individual pods surround the large, clear gauges, while precise control actions, high-grade materials and tight build tolerances support the initial sense of impressive quality.
Even taller folks will be comfortable up front, and the driver will appreciate the standard tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel. For those under 6 feet tall, the rear seat should prove accommodating, thanks to its well-shaped and supportive design. Taller sorts will feel pinched for legroom, however. Sedans offer The Used Mazda 3 is offered in the following submodels: 3 Hatchback, 3 Sedan. Available styles include i Sport 4dr Sedan 2.
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Is it better to lease or buy a car? Ask most people and they'll probably tell you that car buying is the way to go. And from a financial perspective, it's true, provided you're willing to make higher monthly payments, pay off the loan in full and keep the car for a few years. Leasing, on the other hand, can be a less expensive option on a month-to-month basis. It's also good if you're someone who likes to drive a new car every three years or so.
Check out Mazda lease specials Check out Mazda 3 lease specials. Popular searches. My notifications My Account. Review Features Save. View Photos. Appraise this car. Top safety equipment either optional or on higher trims, tight rear legroom, so-so fuel economy with 2.
Other years. List Price Estimate. ZIP Code. See all for sale. Edmunds' Expert Review. Vehicle overview. The Mazda 3 sees a number of changes. Although these include a minor exterior refresh involving mainly the taillights, most are more functional. Now standard on all Mazda 3s are a tire-pressure monitor, an auxiliary input jack for the stereo, a rear-seat center armrest and an additional power point in the console.
A stability control system becomes available on the Touring and Grand Touring trims. Read more. Write a review See all reviews. Mazda3 i Leaves Little to be Desired. Just recently purchased a brand new M3iT, and I must say, I have only one thing that wish was different with the car - a remote trunk release on the fob.
Handling is amazing, with the independent rear end, and the variable power assist steering never has it been so fun to make to U-turns! The 2. The front seats are adjustable in a few ways. The lumbar support, height, reclining, and the telescopic steering wheel makes sure your comfortable in any position.
Read less. Wow, the driving performance is amazing. I get at least 35 mpg highway. The clutch is so smooth. The steering and handling is that of a fine tuned luxury car. The acceleration, especially at higher speeds, is very impressive for a 2. Many neat interior design features. If you love driving, but want something economical, look no further.
If you want a small luxury car, get it fully loaded and enjoy. With the correct PM, this car runs just as efficient when I first bought it 5 years ago with 32k miles on it. Replaced front struts, rear shocks, brakes and rotors, gear box oil, spark plugs, air filter, regular oil changes all easy DIY workand flushed all other fluids. Over k miles on it, and runs like it has 38k miles! With proper PM of this car, I plan to get it to k before finally having to trade it in or buy a new Mazda.
Highly recommend! Great fun car for the money. Mazda has kicked it up a few notches in the compact car segment. The car is everything I expected and more. After taking it for a test drive, I knew I had made a right choice in purchasing the 3.
I got mine in true red and it looks great. The engine is quick for a car in this class.
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