Mazda Mazda3 for Sale in Sioux Falls, SD

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$15,490 38,123 mi.

2017 Mazda Mazda3 Touring

Good Deal
Brothers Auto Sales
(605) 610-1030
5 (15 reviews)
3 mi. from 57106
  • Ext. Color: Black
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Highly Recommend!
by Cameron Moore from Sioux Falls
July 7, 2018
We loved doing business with Brothers Auto! They answered all of our questions, gave us a great deal on a trade in and were very respectful. We greatly appreciate their hard work.
Reliability
by Aaddaam from Spokane
December 5, 2018
I think my Mazda 3 is one of the greatest cars I’ve own & I think I will stick with mazda for the rest of my life
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$14,997 $15,795 49,427 mi.

2017 Mazda Mazda3 Touring

Good Deal
Carswap
(605) 610-4450
4.8 (57 reviews)
3 mi. from 57106
  • Ext. Color: Black
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Despise car shopping
by Gramps from DealerRater.com
October 9, 2018
Hate car shopping, but Court made it pleasant by listening to our needs, and he delivered beyond our expectations. What was wanted wasn't available, but knowing what we desired, Court patiently provided us with alternatives that could meet our needs/wants until we found just what worked for us. He thoroughly explained every vehicle's functions and features. He also understood our limitations, and the dealers' finance person got us to the monthly payment we could afford. We understand there's a process the dealers use, and that's okay, but Carswap never exerted pressure through the entire process as some larger dealerships have a tendency to do.
Great over all car
by Digimob525 from Florida
November 29, 2018
Great gas milage. Great styling and curves. Interior feels more premium then the car is and a very comfortable ride with heated seats, dual climate control air conditioning.
PRICE DROP
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$9,995 $10,995 39,745 mi.

2011 Mazda Mazda3 s Sport

Good Deal
J & R Auto Sales
(605) 413-4509
4 (43 reviews)
2 mi. from 57106
  • Ext. Color: Silver
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Great service!!
by Alex & Ashley Pageler from Humboldt
December 3, 2018
My wife and I just bought a used vehicle from them and we couldn't be happier! Brian(our saleman) and Ethan(finance guy) made the process of buying a car very quick and painless! I highly recommend them and will definitely be doing business with them again in the future!
Most reliable and fun car I've ever owned.
by Annette from Milford
November 6, 2018
This car has won awards for best value and most reliable. It's incredibly easy to drive with lots of features, including auto-start. Great feature for this coming winter!!
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$13,958 20,976 mi.

2016 Mazda Mazda3 i Sport

Good Deal
Jerry's Auto Sales
(605) 231-5864
2 (25 reviews)
12 mi. from 57106
  • Ext. Color: White
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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I'm a person not a number at Jerry's
by Happy car owner from Minnesota
April 25, 2017
I liked the no pressure on buying they didn't try to sell me a car I didn't come to look at. BJ was honest if he didn't know the answer he found someone who did I hate it when they read me the option sheet over and over at other dealerships when they don't know. We got a higher trade value than at the big factory dealers in Sioux Falls. Great communication from the sales person he never hounded me let me take my time to think things over let me drive as many as I wanted to find the right one.
I'm so in love
by Nola Girl from Chicago, IL
January 5, 2019
This is exactly what I was looking for. All leather interior, sunroof for when I'm cruising, Bluetooth GPS, Pearly white and cruising in style. I'm so excited!!
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Used
$15,552 32,145 mi.

2015 Mazda Mazda3 i Grand Touring

Good Deal
Vern Eide Mitsubishi
(605) 679-4979
5 (9 reviews)
3 mi. from 57106
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  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Great customer service
by Mitsugirl from DealerRater.com
March 26, 2018
Everyone I have dealt with at Vern Eide Mitsu has been very helpful and friendly! I would recommend this dealership to anyone I know! Excellent work!
First car
by Samantha from Newington, CT
January 7, 2019
This is my first owned car. Before I used to drive a 2003 Saturn Ion and then a 2012 Kia Soul. The Mazda3 was such a nice drive and has all the features I could have ever asked for! I love the car.
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Used
$7,651 104,000 mi.

2007 Mazda Mazda3 s Sport

Fair Price
T&L Auto Sales
(888) 320-0244
2.7 (8 reviews)
2 mi. from 57106
  • Ext. Color: Blue
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Very Friendly
by Happy Buyer from Sioux Falls, SD
May 31, 2018
The sales staff took the time to listen to what I wanted and helped find the perfect SUV for my situation! Highly recommend! I loved how they have such a huge variety and all price ranges.
Mazda 3 is one of the best car
by love the car from jerusalem israel
December 16, 2018
i drive the car mazda 3 1.6. 224km 14 litter fuel allready use 210 000 km best best best i drive in just in highway
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Used
$14,997 42,168 mi.

2016 Mazda Mazda3 i Touring

Autoland
(888) 253-5280
4.8 (79 reviews)
4 mi. from 57106
  • Ext. Color: Black
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Service
by kchristian2096 from DealerRater.com
December 5, 2018
Service team is timely, knowledgeable, courteous and straight forward. A good group of guys. While waiting for my vehicle to be repaired, several Autoland staff members greeted me and checked on and reported the status of my repair. Always a good experience.
My second Mazda 3
by Lulu from Orlando
December 13, 2018
Has the feel of a sporty car and handles very well. Smooth ride. Good gas mileage and little maintaince costs. Could have a little more legroom in back. Lip on trunk opening limits size of what can put in. Would like a cup holder in drivers door. Husband has limited mobility and has difficult time getting in and out and adjusting the seat back tilt. He also feel the door handle is too far back and his elbow is stopped by the back of the seat. Like the backup camera and that it beeps when a car approaching from side, not just behind the car. Love the alerts on the mirrors of car in blind spot. Like GPS, but not always intuitive. Disappointed it doesn't seem to have moveable headlights.
Used
$15,795 46,919 mi.

2017 Mazda Mazda3 Touring

Good Deal
Carswap
(605) 610-4450
4.8 (57 reviews)
3 mi. from 57106
  • Ext. Color: Silver
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Great!!!
by Truckguy08 from DealerRater.com
October 9, 2018
Great customer service! thanks to Ryan for letting me take truck out and showing me around and to Randy for working with me. they went above and beyond to help me out will do business again for sure
It is a reliable car considering that it is used.
by ErikaC from Bedford Heights, Ohio
August 26, 2018
It is a 2010 and ok for a used vehicle. I have had a few problems with the car in the few months that I have owned it.
Used
$14,495 53,262 mi.

2017 Mazda Mazda3 Touring

Good Deal
Carswap
(605) 610-4450
4.8 (57 reviews)
3 mi. from 57106
  • Ext. Color: Blue
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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(605) 610-4450
John Marso
by Herbie from DealerRater.com
August 2, 2018
John was awesome. He even came in on Sunday as this was the only day our son was home. He was extremely knowledgeable about the vehicle and made us feel right at home. Would highly recommend this place for your next vehicle!
A Swing and a Miss
by Nightranger1994 from Milwaukee, WI
August 8, 2018
I traded in a 2015 Ford Focus SE hatchback for the 2017 Mazda 3 4 door sedan. I decided on the Touring model with the 2.0L 4 cylinder and the 6 speed manual. I also optioned the popular package which included a moonroof and BOSE sound system. Initially, the vehicle started out pretty well. It was fun to drive, had decent amenities, and looked pretty nice. The one thing that started the downfall was a rough idle that developed at about 6,000 miles. I brought it in for that, as well a creaking/popping headliner that made noise over bumps. The dealer claimed that the engine being overfilled with oil is what caused a misfire at idle (never had a check engine light, mind you). They charged me $275 to fix it since I do my own oil changes. I filled the crankcase with 4.5 quarts of oil. The capacity is 4.4 quarts. The dealer told me that having the .1 extra quart caused oil to spill into the intake and caused a rough running condition. They recommended I buy a beaker to measure the exact amount of oil to put in, or bring it to them for an oil change because they can "measure the exact amount of oil it needs". I have owned many cars, and I have worked on them professionally for 15 years, I have NEVER heard of this condition before. After this was done, the idle quality improved, but it was never stellar. The headliner was a fiasco. The dealer originally told me they could not hear the noise, and to bring it back when I could duplicate it. The headliner literally made a creak/crackling noise whenever you pushed on it, but whatever. So I took the vehicle back and brought it in a few days later to show them the noise. They ordered a new headliner, and had the car for almost 2 weeks to fix this condition (they claimed they had to pull the windshield to replace it, which according to the Mazda service manual is incorrect. They only needed to lower the front seats and tilt it to get it out of the front door). The new headliner did the EXACT same thing. I bought the car back n a few months later, and the dealer told me that "all the '17-'18 Mazda 3s are like this, and there is nothing they can do to fix it". If you are like me and noises drive you crazy, I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND you drive this car in cool conditions and make sure the headliner does not make noise. I also found that by pushing on the headliner behind the moonroof, I could get the noise to reproduce. Something to keep in mind when test driving. The other big issue I had was 2nd gear grinding under spirited acceleration. If I would rev the car in first hear to about 4,000 RPM and go to shift to 2nd, it would grind at times, as if you hadn't pressed the clutch pedal down and you were trying to shift against the synchronizers. I did not get the chance to bring the car in for that concern, because I ended up trading it in before that. I can only imagine what the excuses not to fix it under warranty would have been. (I also want to point out that I thought it may have been driver error (even though this was the 13th manual car I owned, none of which did this) , but I had a friend drive it and it did the same thing for him. Other minor annoyances I had included: - Both rear door lock actuators would make a squealing noise when locking when the temps outside were hot. - The front end would make a strange clunk when turning over bumps. - The fuel economy was never great. Even when I babied it, I would get at best 34 MPG on the highway. For a car rated at 37 MPG, I don't find that very impressive. - The depreciation was pretty heavy on it. I had about 32,000 miles on it when I traded it in, and I took a $9,000 loss from sticker to trade-in value on it. It wasn't ALL bad though. The car was a lot of fun to drive. It did handle impeccably well for being an economy compact car. You could throw it around in turns and it would just stick like glue. I did like the BOSE stereo in it. It wasn't the most crazy powerful system out there, but it was really well balanced for my music tastes (I am a bass heavy person, and the bass was always just right for my ears). I also still think it is a great looking car. I really love the lines it had, it gave it a chunky, muscular look. All in all, for a Japanese car, I came away disappointed in the quality of it. I think it is packaged well, and I liked the features the Touring had, but I was not won over on how it would be long term. I would be cautiously optimistic when buying this car, and take a good serious test drive to make sure you can handle the annoyance it has.
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