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Used 2007 Mazda Mazda3 in Dulles, VA

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4.7 out of 5(45 reviews)

Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

I am 6'1" and 50 years old. The Mazda 3, particularly the Mazdaspeed, was not on my short list when I went car shopping. I went to see the new Mazda6, and while I was at the dealer, I saw a Mazdaspeed3 sitting on the lot. I asked the kid who was on the lot about it, and he says, "You never drove one of those?!?" So I did. Holy moly...better than my beemer 325...I bought it an hour later. Bad: I have long legs and I can imagine that a long trip might be a challenge, although with speed control, I suppose I could find a good way to sit in the super supportive and comfortable seats. The clutch takes a little getting used to, as does the shifter, which is the most unrefined equipment on the vehicle...but it's still fine once you get used to it. I would describe it as notchy...also, be ready to buy premium gas...and if you are going to drive year round where there's snow, you're going to have to consider getting some different tires for winter. The OEMs are summer only. Good: The seats are great, and I particularly like the rain sensing wipers. They seem to be calibrated very well. The upgraded Bose system is OK for me, since I'm not in the demographic that can still hear slight performance differences...it's capable. The gauges look good at night, and there's a headlight leveling feature that is pretty cool. Great: Once you master the takeoff and understand that 0-60 is a two shift, sub 6 second task, this car is way too much fun to drive. There are very few cars for twice the price that can accelerate, turn, and stop as well as the Mazdaspeed3. The OEM tires are awesome (in the summer), and the whole package makes for a great commuter or weekend road tripper. If you are my age and still have a soul, but maybe you're a little jaded, I recommend this car as a sure way to put a smile on your face. If you're young and immortal, you will love surprising the Evo and sTI owner...there are tons of aftermarket parts for the MS3... If you're on the fence about this car...buy it.

- Dave 08MS3, 2007 Mazda Mazda3

first car

i like the mazda. nothing really outstanding about it, but it is "cooler" than a regular sedan which is what i was trying to avoid. interior is nice, all of the buttons and knobs are in places that make sense. i love that it came with a line-in port. all in all its a wonderfull vehicle

- zack, 2007 Mazda Mazda3

Really fun vehicle

I got the Mazda3 s in manual and its been a great vehicle. The clutch on is all day comfort. The MPG's really aren't that good 23-5 city and 28-30 highway with a manual. Guess you pay for all the fun one way or the other. This vehicle has been a pleasure with only a few paper cuts but well worth your time and money.

- UncleBingo, 2007 Mazda Mazda3

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.