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Used Mazda Cars, SUVs, Hatchbacks Available at Automart.Ph
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Here, we’ll go through what makes Mazda a Mazda and perhaps explain why buying a used Mazda is something that's being more common.
Mazda is a Japanese carmaker that has been renowned for its premium sedans and SUVs. Their current design language which they call “Kodo,” which in English means “soul of motion” is the main reason why their cars look sleek and stylish.
Is this why Mazda models all look the same? If you look at the Mazda lineup, particularly the fronts, you’re going to notice that they’re very alike. From the shape of the grill to the car-like look of their headlights, to the sleek shape of the body. One thing’s for sure, though, it’s a design language that makes Mazda one of the classiest looking vehicles in the market right now.
Given that the models of luxury brands like BMW and Mercedes Benz actually also look very similar to each other, perhaps Mazda is borrowing the uniformity that makes those brands have a certain “look” to their design.
The Mazda 3
Mazda has a really simple naming scheme. The name of the brand and number three. Ever since their updated platform debuted in 2013, the Mazda 3 has grown to compete with Honda in the class of being the stylish, sporty, “pang-mayaman” brand.
I mean, the Mazda 3 is the epitome of a sleek sedan, especially when its the hatchback variant.
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The Mazda 3 is essentially Mazda’s most popular model. It comes in two different form factors. There’s a standard sedan, and there’s a hatchback variant. Mazda offers two variants of their Sky-Active engines, a 1.5L, and a 2.0L variant. Mazda’s engines are quite efficient despite their large displacements.
The Mazda 3 is famous for being nearly every car critics favorite car in the segment of the compact sedan. It this segment, it rivals models like the Hyundai Elantra, the Honda Civic, and the Toyota Altis. The Mazda 3 may, however, be definitely larger than its competition because it has a rather long hood. But in exchange, you get the style and an expensive-feeling driving experience that beats the rest.
The CX-5, like the Mazda 3, has an award-winning design. But aside from Mazda’s usual feel of luxury, critics also praise the CX-5 for being a sport feeling SUV. With an automatic transmission that is quick to respond, quick steering feel and an engine that loves to rev, the CX-5 is a very good SUV.
It’s Mazda has all of Mazda’s trademark luxury in a smaller package. However, many may find that for a sub-compact sedan, the Mazda 2 may not be as spacious as its competitors.
The Mazda 6 is essentially the flagship sedan of Mazda. It recently got a 2019 refresh which adds a turbocharger in its engine which makes the sedan a lot quicker. That said, the Mazda 6 is a model which will make luxury brands go on a run for their money. The Mazda 6 is exceptionally luxurious, with a quiet ride, a comfy leather interior with a sunroof.
It’s hard to not include the Mazda Miata in this list because it’s the small little roadster that Mazda is known for. Seeing a Mazda on a road, one might think “that looks incredible unpractical!” With the Mazda Miata just sporting two seats, and a decent amount of trunk space, this car isn’t for a family road trip. What it’s for, however, is a good time. Driving a small little roadster with the quickness of a small car with a capable engine with the wind in your hair is a deeply emotional experience. Many car enthusiasts consider the Mazda Miata desirable. Perhaps you should too.
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The driving dynamics of a Mazda is hard to beat. Aside from being a luxurious brand, critics have also praised Mazda’s general sportiness. What makes Mazda sporty? The transmission is very quick to respond with pedal inputs. If you’re looking to overtake, Mazda’s automatic transmission is quick to downshift to give you the extra torque you need.
Good steering. Another thing that makes Mazda sporty is its good steering feel. How do you know what good steering feel is? Car enthusiasts want to feel the road through the steering wheel. But ever since electric steering assistance have been incorporated into cars, the steering feel of a lot of cars nowadays may be light but feels numb. Good steering communicates to the driver bumps on the road, and generally what the wheels are doing.
Good handling. Mazda has torque vectoring technology that improves handling in corners. Combined with their good steering feel and quick response of their engines, putting Mazdas into sport mode and revving them out on twisty roads is a sure way to have a bit of fun.
Luxury for less. Many critics praise Mazda for delivering an overall vehicle quality that feels “expensive.” Imagine buying a Mazda which is a fraction of the cost of a BMW or a Mercedes Benz but get similar feeling build quality and interior luxury. Their design is simple yet elegant. The materials used are top-notch.
Mazda has three years of free in-house maintenance. That or the first hundred thousand kilometers driven. That means, assuming the previous owner had regularly been taking the car to the casa, it will probably be in good working condition.
Like most Japanese carmakers, Mazda is a very reliable brand. Parts are engineered very well and the parts aren’t the most expensive.
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