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Trans Eurokars (Mazda)
66036118 / 63958888
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Japan 

(launched 2019)

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1.5 Astina (A)
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$18,300 /yr 18.1km/L 118 bhp 6-speed (A)
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Price updated 18-Jul-2024

Mazda 3 Hatchback Mild Hybrid
4.5 stars - based on 12 reviews
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Mazda 3 Hatchback Mild Hybrid 1.5 Astina (A) Video Review
The new Mazda3 makes a huge leap forward in terms of refinement and build quality, but how will it fare against out critical reviewers?
What We Dislike
Could have better seats
Imagine what a riot this would be with more power
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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4.5
 
12 Consumer Reviews

 
Quality car that goes beyond `
Awesome drive, beautiful workmanship, great interior and sound systems. The only thing is missing will he turbon but even without it, it's still a pleasure to drive.
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Amazing mazda3 HB, smells quality premium car `
Amazing car, material very quality, same feeling like conti car. Ä° guess among Asia best car made. I have Mazda 3 HB astina, mild hybrid still okay i get 18km/1L . Very sporty looks. Soft material at dashboard. Honda and Toyota should sack their designer , their car outlook very bad ugly.
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Awesome and Superb Mazda 3 HB `
Been driving M3 HB for the past few weeks. Handling of car is very good and staple. What I like the most is the Bosch with 12 Speaker it is super relaxing and chilling. When the vehicle is at high speed road noise will get very noisy but the Bosch speaker will automatically become loud so that we will not hear the road noise. Mazda 3 HB is an awesome car to drive it is equipped with blind spot monitoring, walk away auto lock, anti collision, and the car have lots of sensors. Have been driving 3 different car brands Hyundai, Mini and BMW in my opinion Mazda 3 is still the best among these few brand. Highly recommend 👍
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Stylish Japanese Car with European Feel `
Went down to try out the Mazda 3 hatchback & sedan. The sedan was rather decent, however, road noise intrusion was rather more noticeable. Where as in the hatchback, the noise insulation was much more comprehensive and the road noise, engine noise and wind noise were more drowned out. While the sedan looks better in the rear, I do not like the front chin of the sedan. The hatchback is the opposite, while the front looks more aggressive and stylish, the rear end is rather unappealing due to the C pillar being massive and rear passenger windows being small. Looks are subjective and to each their own. In the end, I have booked the hatchback. The 1.5L is nothing to shout about, it does the job well and sufficiently. When you floor it, it will start to become more aggressive in noise, and due to the high compression ratio, it is a rather loud engine. To some it is nice, and to me it's rather expressive. The 6-speed automatic is very very responsive, it is adaptable to your throttle input and can put the power down. Comfort wise, the car is taut, planted and very responsive to steering inputs, while the steering is on the firmer side, it is very direct. I've wiggled the car in the lane during the test drive, and can confirm it is very responsive. The ride quality is not crashy, but firm. However, it is the comfortable kind of firm and not the stiff and hard kind of firm. Practicality wise, personally, I can make it work as I do not have a whole lot of stuff, and can use the boot with ease as well as fold the seats down if I needed more space. All in all, this car is great for driving enthusiast however, it is rather lacking in the power department, personally after collecting the car and running the engine in, I will go for a stage 1 ECU remap to bring the power up to give it better response.
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