Content Tag - Mazda3

Content Tag - Mazda3


2018 Mazda Mazda3 Driving Impressions 2018 Mazda Mazda3 Driving Impressions

Still looking fresh five years after it debut as the third-gen model, the 2018 Mazda Mazda3 adds standard low-speed automatic emergency braking across the lineup to a slick design, stellar performance, and solid fuel economy figures. But we continue to have issues with the 3's cramped rear quarters, awkward and distracting infotainment system, and the fact that advanced safety features that are only available in an option package on the top trim.

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Mazda Announces Updates to 2017 Mazda3 Mazda Announces Updates to 2017 Mazda3

Truth be told, Mazda's compact has aged very nicely since its introduction - thank you very much and, at least in our opinion, is still the best-looking vehicle in its class. But staying on top in this business requires chasing a continuously-moving target, hence Mazda, earlier today, announced a number of changes to both model configurations for the 2017 model year.

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2014 Mazda Mazda3 Driving Impressions 2014 Mazda Mazda3 Driving Impressions

There isn't much not to like about the Mazda3 and the latest version accomplishes the disparate missions required of the best of the compact class - fuel economy, handling and performance - in nothing short of spectacular fashion. Some might find its ride a bit on the firm side while it could use more room in the back seat and models with a lot of equipment can get pricey. The flip side is that it is fun to drive with great handling and the ugly smiley face of the previous generation is finally gone. The bottom line is this: with the new Mazda3, Mazda has upped the ante in the compact segment and buyers looking for style, performance and excellent fuel economy should put this car at the top of their shopping lists.

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2014 Mazda Mazda3 Driving Impressions 2014 Mazda Mazda3 Driving Impressions

There isn't much not to like about the Mazda3 and the latest version accomplishes the disparate missions required of the best of the compact class - fuel economy, handling and performance - in nothing short of spectacular fashion. Some might find its ride a bit on the firm side while it could use more room in the back seat and models with a lot of equipment can get pricey. The flip side is that it is fun to drive with great handling and the ugly smiley face of the previous generation is finally gone. The bottom line is this: with the new Mazda3, Mazda has upped the ante in the compact segment and buyers looking for style, performance and excellent fuel economy should put this car at the top of their shopping lists.

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