Used Mazda Mazda3 Sport for Sale
2017 Mazda Mazda3 Sport
Coming soon to CarMax Laurel, MD
About the Mazda Mazda3 Sport
Whether you're just starting out and need to invest in your first car or want an economical model to keep your budget in line, the Mazda Mazda3 Sport compact car provides you with a wide range of options to help you meet your goals. With the Mazda Connect™ infotainment system, you can stream your playlist, make and receive calls, send and hear text messages, connect to your social media feeds and hear lane guidance and intelligence voice commands from your integrated navigation system. Available in both sedan and hatchback models, you'll find plenty to love about the Mazda3 Sport.
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Q: How many people can the Mazda Mazda3 Sport seat?
A: As a compact car, the Mazda Mazda3 Sport has the usual seating for five, with cloth-trimmed seating for a three-person 60/40 split-fold bench seat in the back and two bucket seats in the front with manual height adjustment and available eight-way power-adjustable driver's seat. Later models include a center fold-down armrest and console in the back seat, making it easy to fit either two or three passengers.
Q: Does the Mazda Mazda3 Sport get good fuel efficiency?
A: Though all of the Mazda Mazda3 Sport model years in the third generation use a 2.0L inline-four engine, changes to the powertrain have led to a range of fuel efficiencies. The 2013 Sport with a five-speed automatic transmission gets an EPA estimate of 24 mpg city, 32 mpg highway and 27 mpg combined, and the 2018 model year with a six-speed manual transmission has an EPA estimate of 28 mpg city, 38 mpg highway and 31 mpg combined.1
Q: What's different about the Mazda Mazda3 Sport?
A: During the third generation, the Mazda Mazda3 Sport has had a number of features and changes. Available in both a four-door sedan and a five-door hatchback, the Sport has up to 47.1 cubic feet of cargo space in the hatchback, providing plenty of room for sporting equipment, groceries or luggage for your next weekend getaway. Features added following the generation's introduction in 2013 include dual folding power side mirrors, Bluetooth® capability, Mazda Connect® infotainment system, electronic parking brake, dual trip odometers, protection system with engine immobilizer, tire pressure monitoring, a tilting and telescoping steering column, and a rearview camera. The five-door hatchback includes a rear windshield wiper, rear roofline spoiler and bright exhaust tips.
Q: Is the Mazda Mazda3 Sport a good vehicle for young adults?
A: The Mazda Mazda3 Sport provides a fun ride with plenty of features to keep you connected, even when you're on the road. Steering wheel-mounted audio controls make it easier for inexperienced drivers to keep their hands on the wheel and their eyes on the road. Available in both a more fuel-efficient manual transmission as well as an easier-to-operate automatic transmission, the Sport provides a fun drive with plenty of capability for young adults.
1Fuel economy figures are based on EPA for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov.
Mazda Mazda3 Sport Popular Features
Whether it's a daily driver or a vehicle to help you run weekend errands, the Mazda Mazda3 Sport includes a number of handy options to keep you moving. The Sport's standard features across the third generation include:
- Halogen headlights
- Daytime running lights
- Dual exhaust
- High-mount center brake light
- Tire-pressure monitoring system
- Traction control
- Six-speaker audio system with dual USB ports
- 12V power outlet
- Keyless entry
- Push-button start
Available Mazda Mobile Start capability, when equipped, allows you to check whether the vehicle is locked or unlocked, remote start your car, start the rear defrosters or figure out where you parked.2,3
2Activation with subscription required.
3Remote start functionality may require the purchase of a subscription plan and/or a compatible device like a smart phone. See the owner’s manual or manufacturer website for more information.
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