This car is a GREAT little vehicle. Sporty and with a zippy 2.5, 4 cylinder. Smaller in size than my Accord, which I traded for it, but I have enjoyed this car much more. My husband is 6'2" and fits comfortably in it, even with him driving and friends in the back. Love the Bluetooth for phone and audio....steering wheel controls are a must, my Accord had them and I will always buy a car with that option. I got Touring option, so fully loaded with the exception of leather and navigation, which to me isn't important. If you are in the hunt for a new/used car consider this one:)
PS. I know there are a lot of the 2.0's available, not sure about the pep difference in the two engines. I opted for the larger 4 cylinder, since my Accord was a 2.3/2.4 (can't remember which), I knew I didn't want something smaller, but didn't want a V6.
Jonathan Capiro - Grottoes, VA08/10/2016
Such a well thought out car
Cort Malone - Lawrence, KS07/28/2016
I am always so surprised at how well thought out the car is. I never find my self wishing something was easier to reach or use.
It really is just a nice car. Looks nice, feels nice, drives nice, great gas mileage with plenty of power. Will definitely be buying Mazda again.
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