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Mazda3 takes a leadership role in automotive engineering using a philosophy that starts with a blank slate and an open mind. The Mazda3 is a sporty alternative to the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla. The compact car is smooth, attractive, and aerodynamic and offers excellent fuel economy. The Mazda3 competes directly with Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla, Chevrolet Cruze, and Hyundai Elantra GT. If you are looking for fuel economy and responsive handling at a reasonable cost, then the Mazda3 outperforms the rest.
2018 Mazda3 Review
The 2018 Mazda3 has a few new features added to it. The Smart City Brake Support System in now an option to add. As well, on the Grand Touring trim options such as LED headlights, running lights and taillights are now available. Furthermore, the autonomous emergency braking is an added feature with the i-ACTIVESENSE package.
2017 Mazda3 Review
The 2017 Mazda3 has a variety of new features this year. A number of tech features have been added in order to ensure driver and passenger’s safety. Those features being an advanced active safety system including lane keeping and blind spot monitoring, and an electronic parking brake on higher trims. The vehicle has also gone through both exterior and interior remodeling.
2016 Mazda3 Review
2016 brings for some exciting changes to the Mazda3. The first change being that it is now standard for the vehicle to come with a rearview camera, which aids with blind spots and makes for backing up a much easier process. Also, the I Sport trim has now been made available with the Preferred Equipment package. This includes a variety of features, such as premium cloth sport seats, 16-inch alloy wheels, auto on/off headlights, a blind spot warning, and rear cross-traffic alert.
2015 Mazda3 Review
Strong acceleration, sharp steering, and a well-tuned suspension make the 2015 Mazda3 truly come alive. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Mazda3 the highest possible rating for moderate-overlap frontal offset, side-impact, roof-strength, whiplash protection, and small-overlap frontal offset impact crash tests, making this sedan a safer option than the 2015 Ford Focus and the Chevrolet Cruze.
2014 Mazda3 Review
The Mazda3 was redesigned in 2014, benefiting once again from Mazda’s SkyActiv technology. The most notable change is the interior space, with the sedan being roomier in every dimension compared to the four-door Honda Civic.
2013 Mazda3 Review
The 2013 Mazda3 model benefits from the refresh in 2012 and gets upgraded features such as a larger touchscreen, USB audio port, SMS text message delivery/receipt and pushbutton start. The interior controls are nearly flawless, intuitive, and easy to use. Steering-wheel controls come standard, making the Mazda3 one of the only cars in class to include this technology.
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