Ext. color: Polymetal Gray Metallic
Int. color: Black
Drivetrain: Front-wheel Drive
Fuel type: Gasoline
Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic
Engine: 2.5L I4 16V GDI DOHC
Stock #: 61168
Adaptive Cruise Control, Remote Start
Bluetooth, Premium Sound System
Alloy Wheels, Sunroof/Moonroof
Backup Camera, Blind Spot Monitor, Brake Assist, Lane Departure Warning, Stability Control
Leather Seats, Memory Seat
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February 6, 2023
By Marife from Long Beach
Oscar Chavez , and his supervisor is so helpful … He simplified things for us … No pressure sales … We got s great deal snd I’m extremely happy !!!
2020 Mazda Mazda3 FWD w/Premium Package review
June 14, 2021
By Mazda3obsessed from DuQuoin, IL
Owns this car
This is my fourth Mazda3 5-door. I have owned one of each generation and it's obvious they are now striving to reach the more luxury car buyers. I wasn't sold on the butt of the new generation until I saw the car in person. Photos really don't do it justice. My 2008 Mazda3 was a scrappy, fun-to-drive-hard, 5-speed manual. It has a place in my dream garage for the sheer fun of the drive. When I got the 2010, second generation, it added a sixth gear to the excellent manual shifter and was still scrappy and fun to drive. 2017 was the next model I purchased and it was a dramatic change from the prior two. Mazda kicked up the interior styling quite a bit and while the outside still looks like a 3, it received a good dose of "sexy" that the two earlier generations missed. The 2017 was my only automatic transmission and though I am tried-and-true for my manual transmissions, the auto did a great job of downshifting when I wanted (mostly), and the sport mode made the car more entertaining to drive around town. Note: when I drove the car in sport mode I never saw it shift into 6th gear so if you get on the highway it is a good idea to turn off sport mode. 8 months into my 2017 ownership I was cut off by someone and ended up wrapping the car around a street-light pole. The airbags deployed and me and my passenger luckily made it out without serious injury. The engine never stopped running and had to be turned off by the fired department after the crash. I feel safer now, having experienced such a bad accident and the car handling it so well. Once that car was gone I decided to go newer and get the 2020 model. Back to a manual shifter again, this car is the evolution of the Mazda3. The 2017 got a dose of sexy, but the 2020 has gone to etiquette school, and got an even heavier dose of sexy. Compared to the first and second generations, this car does not encourage me to drive the heck out of it, slamming through all of the gears while making the 2.5 liters scream. What it offers now is still a very engaging drive, but instead of scrappy, this car has a more grown-up feel to the way it handles. It clearly handles the twisties better than the 2008 and it does it with a quieter and smoother ride. I bought the Machine Gray, Premium with 6-speed manual and it's a beauty. My brother tells me that it looks sinister and I happily agree with him. I find myself wanting to just drive this car, like yesterday when I washed it then drove over 40 miles through the countryside to "dry" it. I bought the car four-hours from my home so got to experience how comfortable it will be for a road trip. It is the quietest and most comfortable of the generations and I would recommend it to anyone who loves to drive.