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Trans Eurokars (Mazda)
66036118 / 63958888
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(launched 2019)

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1.5 Classic (A)
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$16,500 /yr 17km/L 118 bhp 6-speed (A)
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1.5 Luxury (A)
$187,888 spacer Up
$17,800 /yr 17km/L 118 bhp 6-speed (A)
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Price updated 04-Apr-2024

Mazda 3 Sedan Mild Hybrid
4 stars - based on 23 reviews
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Mazda 3 1.5 Sedan vs Skoda Octavia 1.0
Is the sporty drive and premium cabin material in the Mazda3 enough to pip the Skoda Octavia, with its refined drivetrain and more modern interior?
Mazda 3 Sedan 1.5
More eager throttle response and transmission
Better material use in the cabin
Skoda Octavia 1.0
Significantly larger boot space
Greater drivetrain refinement
More modern infotainment system
23 Consumer Reviews

Feels continental! `
Probably the most attractive and luxurious option within the Japanese compact sedan category, this vehicle marks a significant upgrade over its predecessor in terms of design aesthetics. However, the same praise cannot be extended to its driving performance, as it falls short of the dynamic "Punch" That made its predecessor renowned.
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COE Rebate `
With volatility in COE price, the COE rebate for Mazda car is low and higher risk for buyer if COE price dropped a lot.
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Probably the best car in the compact segment `
Got this Mazda 3 M-Hybrid since 2021. I have been driving this car slightly over 2 years with over 100k km as a daily driven car. So far this car have not gave me any issue other than slight rattling here and there which the AD have fixed. The engine and transmission are pretty reliable. Still driving smoothly with such heavily driven mileage. I'm very particular about driving ergonomics and dynamics and this car didn't disappoint. Handling is sharp with stock tyres but further improved when I switched to Pilot Sport 5. After driving Mazda for a period of time, I test drove and feel that the other popular compact cars like the Altis, Civic, Avante, Cerato are so boring cars that doesn't even drive half as well as the Mazda 3. Here are the pros and cons in my opinion. Pros: - Handling is sharp and the car kup corners like a breeze with nice heavy feel like a sports car - Very stable on any speeds with slight body roll (its fun) which is well controlled by the GVC Plus - Good conti car built and sound insulation, doesn't feel like a typical tin can jap car - Pedal positions just right with organ style throttle - Gear shifts well and the gear selections are well selected. Very nice 6 speed AT, at least Mazda don't use the boring CVT - Leather cladded interior that feels more premium than the Mercedes A class that have disappointing cheap feeling scratchy plastics at the rear - Sharp premium looks in and our that doesn't lose out to Mercedes, BMW, etc if parking beside those cars - Sunroof and rear aircon vents - Armrest for both elbows are balanced in height. Something so simple that car making giants like toyota and honda fail to do - Engine sound and exhaust notes sound good even without modifications Cons: - The 1.5L engine is too weak, too little juice and the car could definitely handle more power. Could do with at least the 2.5 or 2.5 turbo that other countries have - No wireless android auto or apple carplay - Tight rear leg space (not like I care as i'm the driver) - Brakes could be a little better altho its already and upgrade compared to the previous Mazda 3 BN model - The aircon fan control. It has 8 levels. Mostly use at level 2. If set at level 2 its too weak and if set at level 3 its too strong. Would be good to have a speed inbetween that 2 levels - No LTA approved aftermarket exhaust due to the BP6 chassis, what a shame
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A Redical upgrade from previous gen `
I had been driving the previous gen (BN model) for 5.5 years and it was one of the best looking & well built Mass Market Sedan on the road until I swoop it for the latest Astina Model. First off, the interior look stunning with soft touch material everywhere reachable. While I consider myself a seasoned driver, its good to try out all the safety features.. And the Astina model has aplenty. The sound insulation is massively improved so the I can truly appreciate the clarity of sound the BOSE 12 speakers produces. Gear shifts are more refined compared to BN model (often drags the gear at up slope). The only downsides are the heavy steering at low speed and the tendency to feel every bumps on the road. If you are looking for a Mass Market sedan with continental feel inside out, Mazda is the best choice out there! Pros: - Technologically packed with many safety features with 360 camera - 12 speakers BOSE system - Fierce & sporty exterior and upscale interior - Good sound insulation Cons: - Tight space for rear passagers - Heavy Steering - bumpy ride compared to BN model - No wireless Apple carplay/Andriod Auto
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$0 down payment, 100% ownership freedom.
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  • Fixed monthly fee
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