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Big Step Up for Its Class: The Poor Man's Beemer
By nfp on
Vehicle2014 Mazda 3 s Grand Touring 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 6A)
ReviewMy brand new 2014 Mazda 3 S Grand Touring Sedan is my 5th Mazda, and by far the best of a good lot from the highly consumer- and critic-rated series released between 2006 and 2013. At this early juncture, so far this model -- entirely re-designed from front to back outside and inside appears to be every bit as good as claimed by the automotive reviews that have lauded it as best in the compact class. I chose the classy, sporty-looking sedan over the odd-shaped hatchback that I dont feel and most critics agree is anywhere near as nice-looking. I LOVE this baby to the point that even after my long daily commute to work from near Annapolis, MD to-and-from downtown Washington, DC, I dont
Best FeaturesNav/Comms display; exterior and interior styling; ride; slightly lower exterior road and wind noise than previous models; the top trim options.
Worst FeaturesTrunk space was inexplicably shrunk; smartphone-bluetooth contact sync more difficult than necessary; more than one set of power outlets up front.
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