Posts Tagged ‘Mazda 3’

Mazda 3 - The Sedan With a Difference

Mazda 3, the next driver’s car is ready to woo the market in 2014 and this compact sedan is very much under the radar of the car lovers.  The car has already established its fan club through the pictures, but the real car is definitely much smarter than it. The low height design of the car with the wide body has made this car look better and sportier. The car is being introduced with certain amendments to make it stand well ahead of its competitors. What can one expect from this new Mazda 3? There is lot to expect from the new Mazda 3. The car can look forward to get the eye catchy looks, spirited performance and of course loads of features. The wheel base of the car is increased by about... [Read more...]

Mazda 3 Configurator Now Officially Out

This all new Mazda 3 that is expected to boost the company sales for the year 2014 is all set to roll on the roads.  It has all latest technology that a car owner will expect to have in his/her car. Fresh design, improved fuel efficiency, outstanding performance and most importantly inexpensive maintenance.  It’s a Hatch Back Version Mazda 3 version for the year 2014 is a hatchback car, with a configurator available. It is a sports five door car, powered by a 2.0 liter Sky active I4 comrade to the six speed transmission. The features include power windows, Bluetooth, audio streaming support, hands free calling and much more. The car is believed to be performing compacts and better driving... [Read more...]

12 Mar
Mazda 3 News

Talking about quality, a survey conducted by the Consumer Reports Automotive Report Card reports that relatively newcomer Subaru has edged out consistent league leader Honda as the car with topmost quality.  Honda has enjoyed being on the top for the last four consecutive years yet it has taken quite a beating recently in criticisms on an assortment of quality issues. Another casualty by Subaru, manufacturer of full-time four wheel drive standouts Forester and Outback, is Japanese auto giant Toyota in the fields of reliability, comfort, utility, and performance. The reason for the lag in Toyota and Honda is the apparent cutbacks in operation and manufacture costs, obviously showing in their... [Read more...]