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2010 Mazda Mazda3 4dr Sedan_101
2010 Mazda3

From $17,390.00
2010 Mazda Mazda3 4dr Sedan_101
2010 Mazda3

From $20,790.00
2010 Mazda Mazda3 4dr Sedan_101
2010 Mazda3

From $24,390.00
Key Features By Trim
  • 2.0L I-4 148hp engine
  • 5-speed manual transmission with overdrive
  • 4-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS)
  • side seat mounted airbags
  • curtain 1st and 2nd row overhead airbags
  • airbag occupancy sensor
  • 16" steel wheels
  • power mirrors
  • power windows
  • power locks
  • auto locking doors.

The Mazda3 is a premium compact car, exciting to drive and look at, and equipped with unexpected luxury and technology features not typically found in its class.

The Mazda3 comes with four levels of equipment: SV (sedan only), Sport, Touring (sedan only) and Grand Touring. The entry-level i-model (sedan only) is available with a 148-hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, while the sporty s-model (sedan and hatchback) is equipped with a new 167-hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder borrowed from the Mazda6. Standard or available safety features include six airbags, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes, stability and traction control, active front head restraints, bi-xenon adaptive headlights and tire pressure monitoring. Available tech features include a compact navigation system, advanced keyless entry and start, Bluetooth for cell phones and music streaming, Homelink garage door opener, satellite radio and a 10-speaker BOSE audio system.

For 2010, The Mazda3 has been completely redesigned inside and out.

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Much to our relief, the sequel to the original 3 maintains what we liked and even manages to improve on the original.
- Car and Driver, CarsDirect
Right up front, with the new wide-mouth-bass look. With its jaunty cheek ducts and teardrop eyes, this is basically the RX-8's face projected in IMAX.
- Car and Driver, CarsDirect
Happily, though, the new 3 is a delight, more "Empire Strikes Back" than "Caddyshack 2."
-, CarsDirect
The base 2.0-liter four-cylinder remains unchanged in terms of power, but fuel economy has improved thanks to a new five-speed automatic transmission. While not quite at the gas-sipping level of the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla, the new 3 can no longer be slagged for relatively gluttonous fuel consumption.
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Full Review

Re-engineered premium car at compact price.


The 2010 Mazda 3 is a premium car in a compact package.The Mazda3 is available as a four-door sedan or four-door hatchback, and offers comfort and luxury features we're not used to seeing in a small car.

The Mazda3 has been reengineered for the 2010 model year.It gets new styling inside and out, a larger, more powerful engine, new transmissions, and even more luxury and technology amenities than the generous helping it offered before.It hasn't been completely redesigned, however.It keeps the same basic architecture, with some upgrades.Introduced for the 2004 model year, Mazda calls the 2010 Mazda3 an evolution, not a revolution of the previous model.Built on a Volvo platform, the previous Mazda3 was a sales and critical success for Mazda.With that in mind, Mazda hasn't radically changed anything on its sales leader.Instead, the company set out to make incremental improvements.

Inside, the Mazda3 adds Bluetooth cell phone connectivity, a Bose Centerpoint surround system, and an available Multi-Information Display that adds a second level of information.The interior is first-class interior with lots of other available amenities.Higher line models get a Multi-Information Display below the windshield that houses readouts for the vehicle information center, climate system, radio presets, and even the available navigation system.A unique cluster of buttons on the steering wheel controls these functions.The readouts are easy to see and the steering wheel controls work intuitively.It's a pretty trick setup.The other controls are mounted high on the dash's center stack, and are also easy to see and use.

The Mazda3 is practical, with useful small items storage up front, as well as plenty of room for the front passengers.The back seat will fit two adults fairly comfortably, provided the front occupants aren't too tall.In both the sedan and hatchback, the rear seats fold 60/40 to create a mostly flat load floor.Flip the back seats down in the hatchback and you'll have lots of cargo room.With its sportier character, better looks, and more useful interior space, the hatch is our choice between the two body styles.

The 2010 Mazda3 benefits from several architectural enhancements designed to make the structure stiffer.The result is a sporty car that feels firm and composed on the road, with moderate lean in turns.The steering is sharp and precise, and the brakes provide a linear pedal feel.The suspension deals well with most bumps, though large ruts can pound through with the available 17-inch wheels.

Two engines are offered.The base engine is a 148-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder that provides adequate power for most needs.Fuel conscious buyers will want this engine, as it delivers EPA fuel economy as high as 25 mpg City/33 mpg Highway.Those who prefer a sportier driving experience will want the new 2.5-liter four-cylinder, which delivers 167 horsepower and is available with a smooth-shifting six-speed manual transmission or a five-speed automatic with manual shift capability.

Mazda rightly points out that in many countries a compact car is a destination rather than starting point for car owners, and that's partly due to fuel costs.The Mazda 3 is an affordable car that offers a pleasant interior environment, sporty handling, and useful space.

top Body Exterior featuresGXGSGT
Power door mirrorsYYY
Heated door mirrorsYY
Turn signal indicator mirrorsY
top Convenience Features featuresGXGSGT
Illuminated entryYYY
Passenger door binYYY
Passenger vanity mirrorYYY
Front beverage holdersYYY
Telescoping steering wheelYYY
Driver vanity mirrorYYY
Power windowsYYY
Rear beverage holdersYYY
Tilt steering wheelYYY
1-touch downYYY
Driver door binYYY
Remote keyless entryYY
Air conditioningYY
Speed controlYY
Overhead consoleY
Automatic temperature controlY
Front dual zone A/CY
Auto-dimming rearview mirrorY
top Entertainment Features featuresGXGSGT
CD playerYYY
AM/FM radioYYY
MP3 decoderYYY
Steering wheel mounted audio controlsYY
top Lighting, Visibility and Instrumentation featuresGXGSGT
Rear window defrosterYYY
Variably intermittent wipersYYY
Outside temperature displayYYY
Front reading lightsYYY
Rain sensing wipersYY
Fully automatic headlightsYY
Trip computerY
Front fog lightsY
top Powertrain featuresGXGSGT
Variable intake manifoldYYY
Sequential multi-point fuel injectionYYY
Variable valve controlYYY
top Safety and Security featuresGXGSGT
Brake assistYYY
4 wheel disc brakesYYY
Anti-whiplash front head restraintsYYY
Occupant sensing airbagYYY
Dual front impact airbagsYYY
ABS brakesYYY
Dual front side impact airbagsYYY
Ignition disableYYY
Overhead airbagYYY
Panic alarmYY
Security systemYY
Electronic stabilityY
Traction controlY
top Seats and Trim featuresGXGSGT
Split folding rear seatYYY
Front centre armrestYYY
Rear seat centre armrestYY
Heated front seatsY
Leather shift knobY
Leather steering wheelY
top Suspension/Handling featuresGXGSGT
Speed-sensing steeringYYY
Power steeringYYY
Four wheel independent suspensionYYY
Rear anti-roll barYYY
Front anti-roll barYYY
Alloy wheelsYY
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