2017 Mazda Mazda3
11,173 Miles
$17,299

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2017 Mazda Mazda3
15,732 Miles
$20,998

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2,058 Miles
$21,998

Pensacola, FL
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2017 Mazda Mazda3
5,924 Miles
$22,998

Tolleson, AZ
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2017 Mazda Mazda3
15,281 Miles
$20,998

Lithia Springs, GA
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2017 Mazda Mazda3
4,147 Miles
$21,599

Fort Worth, TX
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2017 Mazda Mazda3
5,466 Miles
$22,397

Montclair, CA
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2017 Mazda Mazda3
6,587 Miles
$21,400

Commerce, CA
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2018 Mazda Mazda3
4,907 Miles
$21,995

Georgetown, TX
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2017 Mazda Mazda3
16,122 Miles
$20,950

Alvin, TX
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2018 Mazda Mazda3
6,641 Miles
$20,995

Austin, TX
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2017 Mazda Mazda3
3,576 Miles
$20,980

Austin, TX
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2018 Mazda Mazda3
5,666 Miles
$20,552

Louisville, KY
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2018 Mazda Mazda3
3,162 Miles
$20,995

Austin, TX
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2018 Mazda Mazda3
3,071 Miles
$22,222

Martinez, GA
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2018 Mazda Mazda3
4,423 Miles
$20,995

Austin, TX
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2017 Mazda Mazda3
11,325 Miles
$19,750

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2018 Mazda Mazda3
85 Miles
$20,995

Georgetown, TX
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4,778 Miles
$21,575

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4,798 Miles
$21,499

Hamilton, NJ
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Mazda Mazda3 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2008 Mazda Mazda3 - Mazda 3 thoughts.

Mazda3 Owner
San Antonio, Texas
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I bought the car in October '09; waited this long (4500 miles) so my review would be more useful than just the flush of new romance. I wasn't even looking for a new car. Decided to look at the Mazda 3 just for fun (I do that a lot) and ended up trading in my '03 Infiniti G-35 for a Grand Touring s Mazda 3 sedan! I prefer the sedan because I like a trunk, don't haul bulky stuff and drive mostly by myself. I've never looked back! I'm no kid, 69 my next birthday, but I like to drive and have fun while I'm doing it. The Mazda 3 is as much fun to drive as my G-35 was, with much better gas mileage and on regular gas, too! Took a 2000-mile trip over Xmas, got over 30 mpg at "interesting" speeds. A very comfortable road car: drove all the way home in one day (969 miles, two pit stops) and when... (more)
Story
I've driven across the us with this car most fun I've had out of the car is being able to go on road trips with my kids. We've been camping to the beach mountain climbing, tubing to the rivers and so on. It has gotten us all over.
Pros
Athletic handling, refined and zippy engines, sharp styling, top-notch build and materials quality, sharp styling, hatchback utility, luxury features and ambiance at a budget price.
Cons
So-so fuel economy with 2.3-liter engine, top safety equipment is optional on lower trim levels, tight rear legroom.

2010 Mazda Mazda3 - A well-rounded, fun, econo-box.

Dustin
Poway, California
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
I got my Mazda3 s Grand Touring from my dad a few years ago, and it's simply perfect. It was provided to me in mostly great quality besides the paint on the front fender, which was damaged. It exemplifies what I love about Mazda in general — they aspire to make truly fun cars to drive, even when they're low on power. On top of that, it's more than luxurious enough for my needs, with lifetime Sirius/XM and satellite navigation, plus Bluetooth. My only qualms with it are that the automatic transmission isn't as great as their amazing manual, and the satnav screen is a little small.
Story
I chased a friend in his 370z around some twisty roads on our way out of class. He naturally got away in straights but I held up admirably in turns.
Pros
The Mazda3 is surprisingly fun to drive for an economy-level car, with handing, steering wheel feel, general responsiveness in the pedals, and communicative but not excessive body roll. The technology and BOSE sound system work wonderfully. The seats and ride quality are great for a little sporty driving or long cruises. The 2.5l engine is peppy enough.
Cons
The previous owner never rotated the tires and the rear shocks were broken, and it's not the manual version.

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