Used Mazda Mazda3 S Touring with Manual Transmission
Reviews for Mazda Mazda3
The Only Right Choice for this Segment
This is the best handling and best looking car in the segment. It has an adequate amount of power but another 20 horsepower would go a long way. Although the trade off is the exceptional fuel economy. The stock tires create a little too much road noise on rough surfaces but nicer tires can always be installed. The fact of the matter is that if you enjoy driving and need a good commuter than this is the only choice.
Ludicrous fun, Awesome utility, Best car ever
With a combination of over 250 horses and 260 lb/ft of torque on tap, plus Mazda's incredible suspension and handling work, phenomenal transmission, and famously flawless ergonomics, this is the most fun car I've ever owned. Plus, it comfortably fits an infant car seat, a stroller, a full load of groceries, two dogs, and to 6ft adults at the same time, which is pretty incredible. All the usefulness of a 5-door with the no-compromises feel of a performance vehicle. It's everything I've ever wanted.
Reliable and Fun to Drive
This is the first Mazda I've ever own. So far this car is as reliable as Toyota. I love everything about this car except the seat does not fit me really well because I am very short and my back and neck hurt when driving long hours. Now that I found a seat cushion to lift me a little, this issue is solved. You hear road noise but I expected it from a car in the class. I should add the Skyactive engine requires 0W-20 oil, which is a little expensive. I wish I had known that before I bought this car. However, this car saves me gas money and I enjoy driving.