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1,2,3; Buy Mazda 3

When you look at the all new Mazda 3, even when it’s still, it looks as if the potential of motion is hidden in it – coiled and waiting to spring. This is thanks to the ‘KODO - Soul of Motion’ design language according to which the 2014 third-generation Mazda 3 was visualised and created, making it the third vehicle from Mazda to boast that unique sense.

This captures that moment when a sleek, wild animal springs into motion, or that moment of grace when a tiger coils to leap. It’s a moment that contains immense potential, power and poetry, and the all-new Mazda 3 models capture all of it. You can see it the moment you lay your eyes on it.

In Australia, Mazda 3 comes as a sedan and hatchback, and for those who wish for excellent fuel economy, there’s diesel version as well. Here are some of the many top-of-the-line features you can expect when you buy Mazda 3:

  1. Skyactiv Technology: This is a combination of technologies conceptualised and created by Mazda to get the most out of your car. It ensures that you get the best fuel economy combined with the most power: the ideal combination that wasn’t considered a practical, viable aim until Mazda proved sceptics wrong. This technology combines constantly evolving improvements to the engine, chassis, transmission and body. Mazda 3 models optimise this technology for an excellent performance from your car.
  2. Safety: When you buy Mazda 3, you will know that no compromises have been made when it comes to safety. While ultimately, the safety of a car and its passengers rests in the hands of the driver, technology can and should be used to minimise risks as much as possible. This is what i-Activsense, which is standard for the SP25 Astina and an optional extra across the range, does for Mazda cars, including Mazda 3 in Australia. Its features include:
    1. Adaptive Front-Lighting System, which ensures that the low-beam is always directed towards where you steer;
    2. High Beam Control System, which makes switching from high to low beam and back convenient as well as safe;
    3. Mazda Radar Cruise Control to make sure that your speed is maintained without compromising on keeping a safe distance from the vehicle ahead of you;
    4. Rear Vehicle Monitoring, which warns you if vehicles approach you from behind, on either side, when you’re on a highway;
    5. Forward Obstruction Warning, which gives you time to navigate by sounding an alarm if there’s risk of collision with an obstruction ahead of you;
    6. Pre-Crash Safety Technology, including SCBS and SBS, and Acceleration Control for vehicles with automatic transmission in case you forget you’re driving an auto and press the accelerator instead of a nonexistent clutch.
  3. Choice: There is so much choice among variants if you decide to buy Mazda 3 in Australia. Since you can choose between the Neo, Maxx, Touring, SP25, SP25 GT and SP25 Aspina, you will find exactly what you’re looking for within the range. If you go for the highest-end variant, the SP25 Aspina, you get all the features of the i-Activsense, which we recommend if safety is your highest priority. But that’s not all; it also comes with a host of other attractive features, including the sunroof, for which we have a soft spot. The SP25 GT has an optional sunroof pack, too, if you’d like that fun feature without going for the highest-end variant of the Mazda 3.

With all its beauty, power and glory, you can find the Mazda 3 for sale in Australia in all major cities. You can easily book any model you prefer for a test drive before you decide to buy it. After all, a test drive won’t cost you anything – you can go for a nice spin in it, at the very least!

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Hello Everyone. I am a car enthusiast and have been writing about the cars as a hobby for the past 5 years.
I'm a automobile graduate and fascinated towards automotives. As we all know Japanese technology is one of the quality oriented sector, Mazda too comes from Japan and that makes me to follow them in with latest updates and reviews.

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