What is the difference between Mazda 3 and Axela?

by Ishan Jayman|03 Jan 2021|Vehicle|Hatchback|67 views
The very powerful Variant of Mazda Axela is known as Mazda Axela speed which is also known as Mazda 3. Under the bonnet it has a powerful 2.3 liter turbo engine that produces around 260 hp. Mazda 3 is basically a variant of Mazda Axela which is sold under different name outside of Japan.

Likewise, is Mazda Axela a good car?

Mazda Axela sedan has overall ratings of 8.2 from on a scale of 10. The ratings are calculated based upon number of important factors such as the performance parameters, augmented and standard features, fuel efficiency and comfort provision.

Beside above, what are the different types of Mazda 3?

Mazda offers the Mazda3 in two body types: sedan and hatchback. The sedan comes in four trim levels: base, Select, Preferred, and Premium. The hatchback comes in three trims: base, Preferred, and Premium. There's one engine available, a 186-horsepower 2.5-liter four-cylinder.

How long will a Mazda 3 engine last?

Working at a mazda dealership I see a lot of mazda3 they are my bread and butter. We have customers that put 80,000 miles in 2 years on their car. I've seen 3s get up to 250,000. The 3s will generally have suspension issues (all cars will have issues though) i.e. control aem bushings, sway links, and lateral links.

Is the Mazda 3 reliable?

The Mazda 3 Reliability Rating is 4.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 9th out of 36 for compact cars. The average annual repair cost is $433 which means it has excellent ownership costs. The severity of repairs is low while frequency of those issues is average, so major issues are uncommon for the 3.

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