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Mazda Mazda3

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Mazda3 Saloon (2019 - )

If you fancy moving away from the common-or-garden hatchback and into something a bit different, then the Mazda3 Saloon may be for you. It offers eye-catching looks and impressive interior quality, as well as some clever engine technology that could keep running costs down. It’s not bad to drive, either.
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The small saloon market is a relatively niche one these days, but we’ve crunched some numbers for the Mazda3 Saloon against the Toyota Corolla Saloon and the more premium but less well-equipped Audi A3 Saloon. The purchase price for the Corolla and a mid-spec Mazda are very similar, but the Toyota is only available in one trim, and with a hybrid system which tends to be more expensive but is also less powerful. Resale values for both look like being very similar too, but the Toyota’s better fuel economy and lower CO2 figures mean it’ll likely cost less to run over several years. The Audi, as you’d expect, is more expensive, especially if you want one with power similar to the Mazda. It also won’t get as good fuel economy and will cost more in depreciation. That means that the Mazda seems to tread a good line between premium feel, power, equipment levels and running costs.
The small saloon market is a relatively niche one these days, but we’ve crunched some numbers for the Mazda3 Saloon against the Toyota Corolla Saloon and the more premium but less well-equipped Audi A3 Saloon. The purchase price for the Corolla and a mid-spec Mazda are very similar, but the Toyota is only available in one trim, and with a hybrid system which tends to be more expensive but is also less powerful. Resale values for both look like being very similar too, but the Toyota’s better fuel economy and lower CO2 figures mean it’ll likely cost less to run over several years. The Audi, as you’d expect, is more expensive, especially if you want one with power similar to the Mazda. It also won’t get as good fuel economy and will cost more in depreciation. That means that the Mazda seems to tread a good line between premium feel, power, equipment levels and running costs.

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Most popular trims on Auto Trader

SKYACTIV-G
£5,200 to £30,090
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MHEV
£14,490 to £32,855
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Sport Nav
£3,600 to £15,995
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SKYACTIV-X
£17,990 to £32,855
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GT Sport Tech
£17,298 to £32,855
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SE-L Nav
£4,995 to £13,995
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