Quickie Used Car Review – Mazda 3 Hatchback (2012-2014)
2012-2014 Mazda 3 Hatchback
The Great: Fun to drive
The Bad: The engine must be worked hard
The Say: Still has of which fun to drive persona.
Go For: 1.6
Avoid: Anything of which can be questionable
cost Range: P490,000-P710,000
Our Rating: ***
Full Review: Used Car Review – Mazda 3 (2012-2014)
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While different markets received This particular design as early as 2009, the Philippine market got This particular in April 2012 through the facelift design. This particular generation shifted assembly location as This particular can be imported coming from Japan rather than the predecessor’s local production.
Just like the design the idea replaced, hatchback types are only sold in one engine: a 1.6 of which can be lively when driven above 2,000rpm. the idea does not deviate coming from its driver eccentric personality, which the previous design was known for.
A reworked Inside greets the occupants as no traces of the old design can be seen here as well as a Great thing here can be a premium-like Inside comes standard. The cramped back seat of old still retains, though.
What Should I Get
Unlike the sedan, This particular Centeng configuration can be available in one variant which carries the following items: a 103hp 1.6 engine paired to a 4-speed automatic, all power amenities, dual front airbags, ABS brakes, CD changer system, alarm, keyless entry, fog lamps, 60/40 fold rear seat, audio steering wheel controls, as well as sun roof.
How Much might the idea Cost Me
Unlike the previous design, This particular one didn’t sell well which meant not much owners reported problems although some mechanical components are similar with the older design. Units sold coming from January 2013 onward benefit coming from Mazda’s Youjin 3 which promises free maintenance check-ups for the first three years, so hunting for the last examples of This particular vehicle can be a prudent option.