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2021 Mazda Mazda3 2.0 Jet Black Mica 6-Speed Automatic FWD I4 28/36 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! The Mazda 3 was all-new for 2019, and the redesign has kept this compact sedan and hatchback at the forefront of the segment. Though it might not be the most value-laden of compacts, it is well-built, stylish, and fun to drive. The 2020 model year sees Mazda's suite of active-safety features made standard on every trim level. Otherwise, things are much the same as they were last year. The Mazda 3 remains available as both a sedan and hatchback. Sedans are the cheaper of the two body styles but can't compete with the hatch on versatility. Both versions come standard with the same 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. This engine makes 186 horsepower without the help of a turbocharger and can be paired up to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic. Interestingly, the 6-speed manual is only available on the top rung of the trim ladder. Unique to the Mazda 3 is its available all-wheel drive. Few other compact cars offer the popular weather-ready drivetrain. With the standard front-wheel drive, gas mileage for an automatic transmission sedan or hatch is 26 mpg city, 35 highway, 30 combined. With all-wheel-drive that drops to 25/33/28 mpg for the sedan; the AWD hatch loses another mpg across the board, for a rating of 24/32/27 mpg. Get the front-drive Premium-trim sedan with its cylinder-deactivation technology and mileage jumps to 27/36/30, the highest among all Mazda 3 models. With a full roster of active-safety features now standard on all models, every Mazda 3 can boast automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitors with rear cross-traffic alerts. The Mazda 3 earns five stars from the NHTSA, and the IIHS gievs it a Top Safety Pick award In either sedan or hatchback form, the Mazda 3 drives with a verve that has come to be expected from the brand. Handling is quick and responsive, and the car responds well when hustled through a corner. Drive a little more serenely and the Mazda 3 rewards with a composed ride that isn't choppy or unsettled. All Mazda 3 models employ a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. This engine, good for 186 horsepower, pairs well with the car. The pleasant little engine has some verve to it, and the 6-speed automatic does a good job of keeping it in its power band. The powertrain combo won't be smoking the tires but it will be perfectly adequate for daily driving. There's a sport mode for those looking to have a little fun, but it's more limited than most systems. Toggle it and the only parameter that's altered is the transmission shift points—the steering feel and throttle response remain unchanged. That's a bit of a letdown compared to the sport modes found in other cars. The Mazda 3 is one of the only compacts with available all-wheel drive. Opting for it won't neuter any of the car's positive qualities, and when the bad weather hits the system is quick to send power rearward. It's a nice option to see make an appearance in the compact class.
 
2021 Mazda Mazda3 2.0 Jet Black Mica 6-Speed Automatic FWD I4 28/36 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! The Mazda 3 was all-new for 2019, and the redesign has kept this compact sedan and hatchback at the forefront of the segment. Though it might not be the most value-laden of compacts, it is well-built, stylish, and fun to drive. The 2020 model year sees Mazda's suite of active-safety features made standard on every trim level. Otherwise, things are much the same as they were last year. The Mazda 3 remains available as both a sedan and hatchback. Sedans are the cheaper of the two body styles but can't compete with the hatch on versatility. Both versions come standard with the same 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. This engine makes 186 horsepower without the help of a turbocharger and can be paired up to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic. Interestingly, the 6-speed manual is only available on the top rung of the trim ladder. Unique to the Mazda 3 is its available all-wheel drive. Few other compact cars offer the popular weather-ready drivetrain. With the standard front-wheel drive, gas mileage for an automatic transmission sedan or hatch is 26 mpg city, 35 highway, 30 combined. With all-wheel-drive that drops to 25/33/28 mpg for the sedan; the AWD hatch loses another mpg across the board, for a rating of 24/32/27 mpg. Get the front-drive Premium-trim sedan with its cylinder-deactivation technology and mileage jumps to 27/36/30, the highest among all Mazda 3 models. With a full roster of active-safety features now standard on all models, every Mazda 3 can boast automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitors with rear cross-traffic alerts. The Mazda 3 earns five stars from the NHTSA, and the IIHS gievs it a Top Safety Pick award In either sedan or hatchback form, the Mazda 3 drives with a verve that has come to be expected from the brand. Handling is quick and responsive, and the car responds well when hustled through a corner. Drive a little more serenely and the Mazda 3 rewards with a composed ride that isn't choppy or unsettled. All Mazda 3 models employ a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. This engine, good for 186 horsepower, pairs well with the car. The pleasant little engine has some verve to it, and the 6-speed automatic does a good job of keeping it in its power band. The powertrain combo won't be smoking the tires but it will be perfectly adequate for daily driving. There's a sport mode for those looking to have a little fun, but it's more limited than most systems. Toggle it and the only parameter that's altered is the transmission shift points—the steering feel and throttle response remain unchanged. That's a bit of a letdown compared to the sport modes found in other cars. The Mazda 3 is one of the only compacts with available all-wheel drive. Opting for it won't neuter any of the car's positive qualities, and when the bad weather hits the system is quick to send power rearward. It's a nice option to see make an appearance in the compact class.
 
2021 Mazda Mazda3 2.0 Sonic Silver Metallic 6-Speed Automatic FWD I4 28/36 City/Highway MPG
 
2021 Mazda Mazda3 2.0 Sonic Silver Metallic 6-Speed Automatic FWD I4 28/36 City/Highway MPG
 
2020 Mazda Mazda6 Sport Jet Black Mica 6-Speed Automatic FWD SKYACTIV®-G 2.5L I4 DOHC 16V 26/35 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! After a big update in 2019 that included a new engine offering and more active-safety features, the Mazda 6 stands pat for 2020. Nothing has changed save the key fob design. Engine choices for the Mazda 6 are limited to two flavors of a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. Base models get this inline-4 in non-turbo form that's good for 187 horsepower. Upgrade to the turbocharged variant of this engine and there's 250 horsepower at the ready. Both engines mate up to a 6-speed automatic, and front-wheel drive is standard. All-wheel drive is not available. Gas mileage is about middle of the road for the segment, with the non-turbo 2.5-liter leading the way at 26 mpg city, 35 highway, 29 combined. Get the turbo engine and mileage drops to 23/31/26 mpg. Active-safety features are well accounted for on the Mazda 6, with automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitors standard on all models. The Signature trim comes with a head-up display and a surround-view camera system as well. Both the government and the IIHS have given the Mazda 6 high marks for crashworthiness, with both testing bodies awarding it their highest marks. Mazda has built their reputation on driving dynamics, and the Mazda 6 is especially adept when hustled along. The chassis has been dialed in with an eye towards sportiness, and that athleticism shows when the Mazda 6 is presented with some corners. It's no surprise this car shares showroom space with the Miata. The steering is likewise a revelation among mid-size sedans. Unlike most of its competitors, the Mazda 6 has steering that is direct and communicative. The turbo-4 is how the well-tuned chassis realizes its fullest potential. The 250 horsepower (on premium gas; 227 horses on regular) of the turbocharged 2.5-liter gives the Mazda 6 some gumption. The additional hustle makes for more satisfying corner exits, passing maneuvers, and on-ramp thrills. The standard paddle shifters also make this one to get for those who prefer to shift themselves, though the 6-speed automatic works well enough when left to its own devices. The base 2.5-liter isn't quite as enjoyable as the turbocharged version, but it gets the job done without much fanfare. Though its 187 horsepower doesn't sound like much, the Mazda 6 only weighs about 3,200 pounds, so we wouldn't call it underpowered. In everyday driving this engine will prove to be more than adequate, though you'll be missing the turbo when trying to accelerate up steep grades or quickly fill a gap in traffic. All versions of the Mazda 6 ride rather firmly, even the base model with its 17-inch wheels. Things only get firmer as you move up to the 19-inch wheels.
 
2020 Mazda Mazda3 Select Jet Black Mica 6-Speed Automatic FWD I4 26/35 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! The Mazda 3 was all-new for 2019, and the redesign has kept this compact sedan and hatchback at the forefront of the segment. Though it might not be the most value-laden of compacts, it is well-built, stylish, and fun to drive. The 2020 model year sees Mazda's suite of active-safety features made standard on every trim level. Otherwise, things are much the same as they were last year. The Mazda 3 remains available as both a sedan and hatchback. Sedans are the cheaper of the two body styles but can't compete with the hatch on versatility. Both versions come standard with the same 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. This engine makes 186 horsepower without the help of a turbocharger and can be paired up to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic. Interestingly, the 6-speed manual is only available on the top rung of the trim ladder. Unique to the Mazda 3 is its available all-wheel drive. Few other compact cars offer the popular weather-ready drivetrain. With the standard front-wheel drive, gas mileage for an automatic transmission sedan or hatch is 26 mpg city, 35 highway, 30 combined. With all-wheel-drive that drops to 25/33/28 mpg for the sedan; the AWD hatch loses another mpg across the board, for a rating of 24/32/27 mpg. Get the front-drive Premium-trim sedan with its cylinder-deactivation technology and mileage jumps to 27/36/30, the highest among all Mazda 3 models. With a full roster of active-safety features now standard on all models, every Mazda 3 can boast automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitors with rear cross-traffic alerts. The Mazda 3 earns five stars from the NHTSA, and the IIHS gievs it a Top Safety Pick award In either sedan or hatchback form, the Mazda 3 drives with a verve that has come to be expected from the brand. Handling is quick and responsive, and the car responds well when hustled through a corner. Drive a little more serenely and the Mazda 3 rewards with a composed ride that isn't choppy or unsettled. All Mazda 3 models employ a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. This engine, good for 186 horsepower, pairs well with the car. The pleasant little engine has some verve to it, and the 6-speed automatic does a good job of keeping it in its power band. The powertrain combo won't be smoking the tires but it will be perfectly adequate for daily driving. There's a sport mode for those looking to have a little fun, but it's more limited than most systems. Toggle it and the only parameter that's altered is the transmission shift points—the steering feel and throttle response remain unchanged. That's a bit of a letdown compared to the sport modes found in other cars. The Mazda 3 is one of the only compacts with available all-wheel drive. Opting for it won't neuter any of the car's positive qualities, and when the bad weather hits the system is quick to send power rearward. It's a nice option to see make an appearance in the compact class.
 
2020 Mazda Mazda3 Select Jet Black Mica 6-Speed Automatic FWD I4 26/35 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! The Mazda 3 was all-new for 2019, and the redesign has kept this compact sedan and hatchback at the forefront of the segment. Though it might not be the most value-laden of compacts, it is well-built, stylish, and fun to drive. The 2020 model year sees Mazda's suite of active-safety features made standard on every trim level. Otherwise, things are much the same as they were last year. The Mazda 3 remains available as both a sedan and hatchback. Sedans are the cheaper of the two body styles but can't compete with the hatch on versatility. Both versions come standard with the same 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. This engine makes 186 horsepower without the help of a turbocharger and can be paired up to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic. Interestingly, the 6-speed manual is only available on the top rung of the trim ladder. Unique to the Mazda 3 is its available all-wheel drive. Few other compact cars offer the popular weather-ready drivetrain. With the standard front-wheel drive, gas mileage for an automatic transmission sedan or hatch is 26 mpg city, 35 highway, 30 combined. With all-wheel-drive that drops to 25/33/28 mpg for the sedan; the AWD hatch loses another mpg across the board, for a rating of 24/32/27 mpg. Get the front-drive Premium-trim sedan with its cylinder-deactivation technology and mileage jumps to 27/36/30, the highest among all Mazda 3 models. With a full roster of active-safety features now standard on all models, every Mazda 3 can boast automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitors with rear cross-traffic alerts. The Mazda 3 earns five stars from the NHTSA, and the IIHS gievs it a Top Safety Pick award In either sedan or hatchback form, the Mazda 3 drives with a verve that has come to be expected from the brand. Handling is quick and responsive, and the car responds well when hustled through a corner. Drive a little more serenely and the Mazda 3 rewards with a composed ride that isn't choppy or unsettled. All Mazda 3 models employ a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. This engine, good for 186 horsepower, pairs well with the car. The pleasant little engine has some verve to it, and the 6-speed automatic does a good job of keeping it in its power band. The powertrain combo won't be smoking the tires but it will be perfectly adequate for daily driving. There's a sport mode for those looking to have a little fun, but it's more limited than most systems. Toggle it and the only parameter that's altered is the transmission shift points—the steering feel and throttle response remain unchanged. That's a bit of a letdown compared to the sport modes found in other cars. The Mazda 3 is one of the only compacts with available all-wheel drive. Opting for it won't neuter any of the car's positive qualities, and when the bad weather hits the system is quick to send power rearward. It's a nice option to see make an appearance in the compact class.
 
2020 Mazda Mazda3 Select Sonic Silver Metallic 6-Speed Automatic FWD I4 26/35 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! The Mazda 3 was all-new for 2019, and the redesign has kept this compact sedan and hatchback at the forefront of the segment. Though it might not be the most value-laden of compacts, it is well-built, stylish, and fun to drive. The 2020 model year sees Mazda's suite of active-safety features made standard on every trim level. Otherwise, things are much the same as they were last year. The Mazda 3 remains available as both a sedan and hatchback. Sedans are the cheaper of the two body styles but can't compete with the hatch on versatility. Both versions come standard with the same 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. This engine makes 186 horsepower without the help of a turbocharger and can be paired up to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic. Interestingly, the 6-speed manual is only available on the top rung of the trim ladder. Unique to the Mazda 3 is its available all-wheel drive. Few other compact cars offer the popular weather-ready drivetrain. With the standard front-wheel drive, gas mileage for an automatic transmission sedan or hatch is 26 mpg city, 35 highway, 30 combined. With all-wheel-drive that drops to 25/33/28 mpg for the sedan; the AWD hatch loses another mpg across the board, for a rating of 24/32/27 mpg. Get the front-drive Premium-trim sedan with its cylinder-deactivation technology and mileage jumps to 27/36/30, the highest among all Mazda 3 models. With a full roster of active-safety features now standard on all models, every Mazda 3 can boast automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitors with rear cross-traffic alerts. The Mazda 3 earns five stars from the NHTSA, and the IIHS gievs it a Top Safety Pick award In either sedan or hatchback form, the Mazda 3 drives with a verve that has come to be expected from the brand. Handling is quick and responsive, and the car responds well when hustled through a corner. Drive a little more serenely and the Mazda 3 rewards with a composed ride that isn't choppy or unsettled. All Mazda 3 models employ a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. This engine, good for 186 horsepower, pairs well with the car. The pleasant little engine has some verve to it, and the 6-speed automatic does a good job of keeping it in its power band. The powertrain combo won't be smoking the tires but it will be perfectly adequate for daily driving. There's a sport mode for those looking to have a little fun, but it's more limited than most systems. Toggle it and the only parameter that's altered is the transmission shift points—the steering feel and throttle response remain unchanged. That's a bit of a letdown compared to the sport modes found in other cars. The Mazda 3 is one of the only compacts with available all-wheel drive. Opting for it won't neuter any of the car's positive qualities, and when the bad weather hits the system is quick to send power rearward. It's a nice option to see make an appearance in the compact class.
 
2020 Mazda Mazda3 Select Sonic Silver Metallic 6-Speed Automatic FWD I4 26/35 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! The Mazda 3 was all-new for 2019, and the redesign has kept this compact sedan and hatchback at the forefront of the segment. Though it might not be the most value-laden of compacts, it is well-built, stylish, and fun to drive. The 2020 model year sees Mazda's suite of active-safety features made standard on every trim level. Otherwise, things are much the same as they were last year. The Mazda 3 remains available as both a sedan and hatchback. Sedans are the cheaper of the two body styles but can't compete with the hatch on versatility. Both versions come standard with the same 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. This engine makes 186 horsepower without the help of a turbocharger and can be paired up to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic. Interestingly, the 6-speed manual is only available on the top rung of the trim ladder. Unique to the Mazda 3 is its available all-wheel drive. Few other compact cars offer the popular weather-ready drivetrain. With the standard front-wheel drive, gas mileage for an automatic transmission sedan or hatch is 26 mpg city, 35 highway, 30 combined. With all-wheel-drive that drops to 25/33/28 mpg for the sedan; the AWD hatch loses another mpg across the board, for a rating of 24/32/27 mpg. Get the front-drive Premium-trim sedan with its cylinder-deactivation technology and mileage jumps to 27/36/30, the highest among all Mazda 3 models. With a full roster of active-safety features now standard on all models, every Mazda 3 can boast automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitors with rear cross-traffic alerts. The Mazda 3 earns five stars from the NHTSA, and the IIHS gievs it a Top Safety Pick award In either sedan or hatchback form, the Mazda 3 drives with a verve that has come to be expected from the brand. Handling is quick and responsive, and the car responds well when hustled through a corner. Drive a little more serenely and the Mazda 3 rewards with a composed ride that isn't choppy or unsettled. All Mazda 3 models employ a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. This engine, good for 186 horsepower, pairs well with the car. The pleasant little engine has some verve to it, and the 6-speed automatic does a good job of keeping it in its power band. The powertrain combo won't be smoking the tires but it will be perfectly adequate for daily driving. There's a sport mode for those looking to have a little fun, but it's more limited than most systems. Toggle it and the only parameter that's altered is the transmission shift points—the steering feel and throttle response remain unchanged. That's a bit of a letdown compared to the sport modes found in other cars. The Mazda 3 is one of the only compacts with available all-wheel drive. Opting for it won't neuter any of the car's positive qualities, and when the bad weather hits the system is quick to send power rearward. It's a nice option to see make an appearance in the compact class.
 
2020 Mazda Mazda3 Select Sonic Silver Metallic 6-Speed Automatic FWD I4 26/35 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! The Mazda 3 was all-new for 2019, and the redesign has kept this compact sedan and hatchback at the forefront of the segment. Though it might not be the most value-laden of compacts, it is well-built, stylish, and fun to drive. The 2020 model year sees Mazda's suite of active-safety features made standard on every trim level. Otherwise, things are much the same as they were last year. The Mazda 3 remains available as both a sedan and hatchback. Sedans are the cheaper of the two body styles but can't compete with the hatch on versatility. Both versions come standard with the same 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. This engine makes 186 horsepower without the help of a turbocharger and can be paired up to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic. Interestingly, the 6-speed manual is only available on the top rung of the trim ladder. Unique to the Mazda 3 is its available all-wheel drive. Few other compact cars offer the popular weather-ready drivetrain. With the standard front-wheel drive, gas mileage for an automatic transmission sedan or hatch is 26 mpg city, 35 highway, 30 combined. With all-wheel-drive that drops to 25/33/28 mpg for the sedan; the AWD hatch loses another mpg across the board, for a rating of 24/32/27 mpg. Get the front-drive Premium-trim sedan with its cylinder-deactivation technology and mileage jumps to 27/36/30, the highest among all Mazda 3 models. With a full roster of active-safety features now standard on all models, every Mazda 3 can boast automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitors with rear cross-traffic alerts. The Mazda 3 earns five stars from the NHTSA, and the IIHS gievs it a Top Safety Pick award In either sedan or hatchback form, the Mazda 3 drives with a verve that has come to be expected from the brand. Handling is quick and responsive, and the car responds well when hustled through a corner. Drive a little more serenely and the Mazda 3 rewards with a composed ride that isn't choppy or unsettled. All Mazda 3 models employ a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. This engine, good for 186 horsepower, pairs well with the car. The pleasant little engine has some verve to it, and the 6-speed automatic does a good job of keeping it in its power band. The powertrain combo won't be smoking the tires but it will be perfectly adequate for daily driving. There's a sport mode for those looking to have a little fun, but it's more limited than most systems. Toggle it and the only parameter that's altered is the transmission shift points—the steering feel and throttle response remain unchanged. That's a bit of a letdown compared to the sport modes found in other cars. The Mazda 3 is one of the only compacts with available all-wheel drive. Opting for it won't neuter any of the car's positive qualities, and when the bad weather hits the system is quick to send power rearward. It's a nice option to see make an appearance in the compact class.
 
2020 Mazda Mazda6 Sport Snowflake White Pearl Mica 6-Speed Automatic FWD SKYACTIV®-G 2.5L I4 DOHC 16V 26/35 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! After a big update in 2019 that included a new engine offering and more active-safety features, the Mazda 6 stands pat for 2020. Nothing has changed save the key fob design. Engine choices for the Mazda 6 are limited to two flavors of a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. Base models get this inline-4 in non-turbo form that's good for 187 horsepower. Upgrade to the turbocharged variant of this engine and there's 250 horsepower at the ready. Both engines mate up to a 6-speed automatic, and front-wheel drive is standard. All-wheel drive is not available. Gas mileage is about middle of the road for the segment, with the non-turbo 2.5-liter leading the way at 26 mpg city, 35 highway, 29 combined. Get the turbo engine and mileage drops to 23/31/26 mpg. Active-safety features are well accounted for on the Mazda 6, with automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitors standard on all models. The Signature trim comes with a head-up display and a surround-view camera system as well. Both the government and the IIHS have given the Mazda 6 high marks for crashworthiness, with both testing bodies awarding it their highest marks. Mazda has built their reputation on driving dynamics, and the Mazda 6 is especially adept when hustled along. The chassis has been dialed in with an eye towards sportiness, and that athleticism shows when the Mazda 6 is presented with some corners. It's no surprise this car shares showroom space with the Miata. The steering is likewise a revelation among mid-size sedans. Unlike most of its competitors, the Mazda 6 has steering that is direct and communicative. The turbo-4 is how the well-tuned chassis realizes its fullest potential. The 250 horsepower (on premium gas; 227 horses on regular) of the turbocharged 2.5-liter gives the Mazda 6 some gumption. The additional hustle makes for more satisfying corner exits, passing maneuvers, and on-ramp thrills. The standard paddle shifters also make this one to get for those who prefer to shift themselves, though the 6-speed automatic works well enough when left to its own devices. The base 2.5-liter isn't quite as enjoyable as the turbocharged version, but it gets the job done without much fanfare. Though its 187 horsepower doesn't sound like much, the Mazda 6 only weighs about 3,200 pounds, so we wouldn't call it underpowered. In everyday driving this engine will prove to be more than adequate, though you'll be missing the turbo when trying to accelerate up steep grades or quickly fill a gap in traffic. All versions of the Mazda 6 ride rather firmly, even the base model with its 17-inch wheels. Things only get firmer as you move up to the 19-inch wheels.
 
2021 Mazda Mazda3 2.5 S Snowflake White Pearl Mica 6-Speed Automatic FWD I4 26/35 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! The Mazda 3 was all-new for 2019, and the redesign has kept this compact sedan and hatchback at the forefront of the segment. Though it might not be the most value-laden of compacts, it is well-built, stylish, and fun to drive. The 2020 model year sees Mazda's suite of active-safety features made standard on every trim level. Otherwise, things are much the same as they were last year. The Mazda 3 remains available as both a sedan and hatchback. Sedans are the cheaper of the two body styles but can't compete with the hatch on versatility. Both versions come standard with the same 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. This engine makes 186 horsepower without the help of a turbocharger and can be paired up to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic. Interestingly, the 6-speed manual is only available on the top rung of the trim ladder. Unique to the Mazda 3 is its available all-wheel drive. Few other compact cars offer the popular weather-ready drivetrain. With the standard front-wheel drive, gas mileage for an automatic transmission sedan or hatch is 26 mpg city, 35 highway, 30 combined. With all-wheel-drive that drops to 25/33/28 mpg for the sedan; the AWD hatch loses another mpg across the board, for a rating of 24/32/27 mpg. Get the front-drive Premium-trim sedan with its cylinder-deactivation technology and mileage jumps to 27/36/30, the highest among all Mazda 3 models. With a full roster of active-safety features now standard on all models, every Mazda 3 can boast automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitors with rear cross-traffic alerts. The Mazda 3 earns five stars from the NHTSA, and the IIHS gievs it a Top Safety Pick award In either sedan or hatchback form, the Mazda 3 drives with a verve that has come to be expected from the brand. Handling is quick and responsive, and the car responds well when hustled through a corner. Drive a little more serenely and the Mazda 3 rewards with a composed ride that isn't choppy or unsettled. All Mazda 3 models employ a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. This engine, good for 186 horsepower, pairs well with the car. The pleasant little engine has some verve to it, and the 6-speed automatic does a good job of keeping it in its power band. The powertrain combo won't be smoking the tires but it will be perfectly adequate for daily driving. There's a sport mode for those looking to have a little fun, but it's more limited than most systems. Toggle it and the only parameter that's altered is the transmission shift points—the steering feel and throttle response remain unchanged. That's a bit of a letdown compared to the sport modes found in other cars. The Mazda 3 is one of the only compacts with available all-wheel drive. Opting for it won't neuter any of the car's positive qualities, and when the bad weather hits the system is quick to send power rearward. It's a nice option to see make an appearance in the compact class.
 
2020 Mazda CX-3 Sport Snowflake White Pearl Mica 6-Speed Automatic FWD SKYACTIV®-G 2.0L 4-Cylinder DOHC 16V 29/34 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! The 2020 Mazda CX-3 is more intent on being vivacious than being practical. It's a fun-first philosophy that makes this one of the more enjoyable tiny crossovers currently on the market. For 2020, the Mazda has simplified the CX-3 lineup, cutting it down to just one model and eliminating any options or packages. Buyers now can only choose their color and if they'd like all-wheel drive rather than the standard front-wheel drive. Under the hood of every CX-3 lies a 2.0-liter inline-4 making 148 horsepower. It teams up with a 6-speed automatic. With front-drive, gas mileage is rated at 29 mpg city, 34 highway, 31 combined. All-wheel drive drops those figures to 27/32/29 mpg. Mazda's full array of safety gear is standard on the CX-3. The list includes low-speed automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitors, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warnings, and rear cross-traffic alerts. Both crash-testing agencies gave the CX-3 high marks for crashworthiness, with the NHTSA awarding it five stars overall and the IIHS naming it one of their Top Safety Picks. The most charming part of the CX-3 is its performance. It isn't fast—148 horsepower rarely is—but it is spunky, with handling that feels more like Mazda's own Miata rather than any other subcompact crossover. The crisp, well-weighted steering and well-tuned suspension make the CX-3 a fun little runabout to tackle twisty bits of roadway. The 2.0-liter inline-4 with 148 horsepower won't impress anyone by itself, but it makes for a good partner when paired with the eager chassis. It revs easily and has decent passing power, while the 6-speed automatic does a good job of making the most of the meager power. There's a fair bit of grumbling at low speeds, though.
 
2020 Mazda CX-3 Sport Soul Red Crystal Metallic 6-Speed Automatic FWD SKYACTIV®-G 2.0L 4-Cylinder DOHC 16V 29/34 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! The 2020 Mazda CX-3 is more intent on being vivacious than being practical. It's a fun-first philosophy that makes this one of the more enjoyable tiny crossovers currently on the market. For 2020, the Mazda has simplified the CX-3 lineup, cutting it down to just one model and eliminating any options or packages. Buyers now can only choose their color and if they'd like all-wheel drive rather than the standard front-wheel drive. Under the hood of every CX-3 lies a 2.0-liter inline-4 making 148 horsepower. It teams up with a 6-speed automatic. With front-drive, gas mileage is rated at 29 mpg city, 34 highway, 31 combined. All-wheel drive drops those figures to 27/32/29 mpg. Mazda's full array of safety gear is standard on the CX-3. The list includes low-speed automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitors, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warnings, and rear cross-traffic alerts. Both crash-testing agencies gave the CX-3 high marks for crashworthiness, with the NHTSA awarding it five stars overall and the IIHS naming it one of their Top Safety Picks. The most charming part of the CX-3 is its performance. It isn't fast—148 horsepower rarely is—but it is spunky, with handling that feels more like Mazda's own Miata rather than any other subcompact crossover. The crisp, well-weighted steering and well-tuned suspension make the CX-3 a fun little runabout to tackle twisty bits of roadway. The 2.0-liter inline-4 with 148 horsepower won't impress anyone by itself, but it makes for a good partner when paired with the eager chassis. It revs easily and has decent passing power, while the 6-speed automatic does a good job of making the most of the meager power. There's a fair bit of grumbling at low speeds, though.
 
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2020 Mazda CX-30 Jet Black Mica 6-Speed Automatic AWD I4 24/31 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! The new 2020 Mazda CX-30 should please consumers who want more space than the smaller CX-3, but don't want something quite as big as the CX-5. The new CX-30 takes the formula of the smaller CX-3 and scales it up a half-size. The slightly larger dimensions wear Mazda's latest iteration of design language and sports a more modern interior layout compared to the CX-3. The only engine that's on tap for the CX-30 is a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. It makes 182 horsepower and 186 lb-ft of torque without the help of turbo power. The only transmission is a 6-speed automatic. Front-wheel drive is standard, but all-wheel drive is a $1,400 option. With front-wheel drive, the EPA says the CX-30 is good for 25 mpg city, 33 highway, 28 combined. Opting for all-wheel drive shaves about 1 mpg from each of those figures. Safety features are plentiful on the CX-30, with all CX-30s enjoying standard automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and active lane control. Blind-spot monitors are standard on Select models and higher. The IIHS and NHTSA have yet to crash-test a CX-30. The Mazda CX-30 isn't the most powerful subcompact crossover out there, but it handles with poise and delicacy. Corners, cloverleafs, and rotaries are more fun than they have any right to be in a vehicle such as this. The athletic CX-30 is at the top of the class when it comes to driving dynamics. That the handling is so good is even more impressive considering the CX-30 does not enjoy the benefit of an independent rear suspension. Despite the old-school design that underpins the rear end, this Mazda rides and handles better than most of the competition. Powering the eager chassis is a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. Its 186 horsepower won't set the streets afire but does outperform some other rivals that also lack turbochargers; turbocharged competitors will beat the CX-30 in a straight line, though. A 6-speed automatic is the only transmission available. The well-mannered behavior of this gearbox leads one to question the efficacy of 8-speed gearboxes anyway, as the 6-speed usually doesn't miss a beat. Outside of the occasional stumble, it knows when to shift and what gear to pick.
 
2020 Mazda Mazda6 Sport Jet Black Mica 6-Speed Automatic FWD SKYACTIV®-G 2.5L I4 DOHC 16V 26/35 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! After a big update in 2019 that included a new engine offering and more active-safety features, the Mazda 6 stands pat for 2020. Nothing has changed save the key fob design. Engine choices for the Mazda 6 are limited to two flavors of a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. Base models get this inline-4 in non-turbo form that's good for 187 horsepower. Upgrade to the turbocharged variant of this engine and there's 250 horsepower at the ready. Both engines mate up to a 6-speed automatic, and front-wheel drive is standard. All-wheel drive is not available. Gas mileage is about middle of the road for the segment, with the non-turbo 2.5-liter leading the way at 26 mpg city, 35 highway, 29 combined. Get the turbo engine and mileage drops to 23/31/26 mpg. Active-safety features are well accounted for on the Mazda 6, with automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitors standard on all models. The Signature trim comes with a head-up display and a surround-view camera system as well. Both the government and the IIHS have given the Mazda 6 high marks for crashworthiness, with both testing bodies awarding it their highest marks. Mazda has built their reputation on driving dynamics, and the Mazda 6 is especially adept when hustled along. The chassis has been dialed in with an eye towards sportiness, and that athleticism shows when the Mazda 6 is presented with some corners. It's no surprise this car shares showroom space with the Miata. The steering is likewise a revelation among mid-size sedans. Unlike most of its competitors, the Mazda 6 has steering that is direct and communicative. The turbo-4 is how the well-tuned chassis realizes its fullest potential. The 250 horsepower (on premium gas; 227 horses on regular) of the turbocharged 2.5-liter gives the Mazda 6 some gumption. The additional hustle makes for more satisfying corner exits, passing maneuvers, and on-ramp thrills. The standard paddle shifters also make this one to get for those who prefer to shift themselves, though the 6-speed automatic works well enough when left to its own devices. The base 2.5-liter isn't quite as enjoyable as the turbocharged version, but it gets the job done without much fanfare. Though its 187 horsepower doesn't sound like much, the Mazda 6 only weighs about 3,200 pounds, so we wouldn't call it underpowered. In everyday driving this engine will prove to be more than adequate, though you'll be missing the turbo when trying to accelerate up steep grades or quickly fill a gap in traffic. All versions of the Mazda 6 ride rather firmly, even the base model with its 17-inch wheels. Things only get firmer as you move up to the 19-inch wheels.
 
2021 Mazda Mazda3 2.5 S Jet Black Mica 6-Speed Automatic FWD I4 26/35 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! The Mazda 3 was all-new for 2019, and the redesign has kept this compact sedan and hatchback at the forefront of the segment. Though it might not be the most value-laden of compacts, it is well-built, stylish, and fun to drive. The 2020 model year sees Mazda's suite of active-safety features made standard on every trim level. Otherwise, things are much the same as they were last year. The Mazda 3 remains available as both a sedan and hatchback. Sedans are the cheaper of the two body styles but can't compete with the hatch on versatility. Both versions come standard with the same 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. This engine makes 186 horsepower without the help of a turbocharger and can be paired up to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic. Interestingly, the 6-speed manual is only available on the top rung of the trim ladder. Unique to the Mazda 3 is its available all-wheel drive. Few other compact cars offer the popular weather-ready drivetrain. With the standard front-wheel drive, gas mileage for an automatic transmission sedan or hatch is 26 mpg city, 35 highway, 30 combined. With all-wheel-drive that drops to 25/33/28 mpg for the sedan; the AWD hatch loses another mpg across the board, for a rating of 24/32/27 mpg. Get the front-drive Premium-trim sedan with its cylinder-deactivation technology and mileage jumps to 27/36/30, the highest among all Mazda 3 models. With a full roster of active-safety features now standard on all models, every Mazda 3 can boast automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitors with rear cross-traffic alerts. The Mazda 3 earns five stars from the NHTSA, and the IIHS gievs it a Top Safety Pick award In either sedan or hatchback form, the Mazda 3 drives with a verve that has come to be expected from the brand. Handling is quick and responsive, and the car responds well when hustled through a corner. Drive a little more serenely and the Mazda 3 rewards with a composed ride that isn't choppy or unsettled. All Mazda 3 models employ a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. This engine, good for 186 horsepower, pairs well with the car. The pleasant little engine has some verve to it, and the 6-speed automatic does a good job of keeping it in its power band. The powertrain combo won't be smoking the tires but it will be perfectly adequate for daily driving. There's a sport mode for those looking to have a little fun, but it's more limited than most systems. Toggle it and the only parameter that's altered is the transmission shift points—the steering feel and throttle response remain unchanged. That's a bit of a letdown compared to the sport modes found in other cars. The Mazda 3 is one of the only compacts with available all-wheel drive. Opting for it won't neuter any of the car's positive qualities, and when the bad weather hits the system is quick to send power rearward. It's a nice option to see make an appearance in the compact class.
 
2020 Mazda Mazda3 Select Jet Black Mica 6-Speed Automatic FWD I4 26/35 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! The Mazda 3 was all-new for 2019, and the redesign has kept this compact sedan and hatchback at the forefront of the segment. Though it might not be the most value-laden of compacts, it is well-built, stylish, and fun to drive. The 2020 model year sees Mazda's suite of active-safety features made standard on every trim level. Otherwise, things are much the same as they were last year. The Mazda 3 remains available as both a sedan and hatchback. Sedans are the cheaper of the two body styles but can't compete with the hatch on versatility. Both versions come standard with the same 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. This engine makes 186 horsepower without the help of a turbocharger and can be paired up to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic. Interestingly, the 6-speed manual is only available on the top rung of the trim ladder. Unique to the Mazda 3 is its available all-wheel drive. Few other compact cars offer the popular weather-ready drivetrain. With the standard front-wheel drive, gas mileage for an automatic transmission sedan or hatch is 26 mpg city, 35 highway, 30 combined. With all-wheel-drive that drops to 25/33/28 mpg for the sedan; the AWD hatch loses another mpg across the board, for a rating of 24/32/27 mpg. Get the front-drive Premium-trim sedan with its cylinder-deactivation technology and mileage jumps to 27/36/30, the highest among all Mazda 3 models. With a full roster of active-safety features now standard on all models, every Mazda 3 can boast automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitors with rear cross-traffic alerts. The Mazda 3 earns five stars from the NHTSA, and the IIHS gievs it a Top Safety Pick award In either sedan or hatchback form, the Mazda 3 drives with a verve that has come to be expected from the brand. Handling is quick and responsive, and the car responds well when hustled through a corner. Drive a little more serenely and the Mazda 3 rewards with a composed ride that isn't choppy or unsettled. All Mazda 3 models employ a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. This engine, good for 186 horsepower, pairs well with the car. The pleasant little engine has some verve to it, and the 6-speed automatic does a good job of keeping it in its power band. The powertrain combo won't be smoking the tires but it will be perfectly adequate for daily driving. There's a sport mode for those looking to have a little fun, but it's more limited than most systems. Toggle it and the only parameter that's altered is the transmission shift points—the steering feel and throttle response remain unchanged. That's a bit of a letdown compared to the sport modes found in other cars. The Mazda 3 is one of the only compacts with available all-wheel drive. Opting for it won't neuter any of the car's positive qualities, and when the bad weather hits the system is quick to send power rearward. It's a nice option to see make an appearance in the compact class.
 
2020 Mazda Mazda3 Select Sonic Silver Metallic 6-Speed Automatic FWD I4 26/35 City/Highway MPG AFFORDABLE LUXURY! ONLY AT FRESNO MAZDA! FRESNO MAZDA YOUR #1 MAZDA DEALER IN FRESNO & THE CENTRAL VALLEY! The Mazda 3 was all-new for 2019, and the redesign has kept this compact sedan and hatchback at the forefront of the segment. Though it might not be the most value-laden of compacts, it is well-built, stylish, and fun to drive. The 2020 model year sees Mazda's suite of active-safety features made standard on every trim level. Otherwise, things are much the same as they were last year. The Mazda 3 remains available as both a sedan and hatchback. Sedans are the cheaper of the two body styles but can't compete with the hatch on versatility. Both versions come standard with the same 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. This engine makes 186 horsepower without the help of a turbocharger and can be paired up to either a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic. Interestingly, the 6-speed manual is only available on the top rung of the trim ladder. Unique to the Mazda 3 is its available all-wheel drive. Few other compact cars offer the popular weather-ready drivetrain. With the standard front-wheel drive, gas mileage for an automatic transmission sedan or hatch is 26 mpg city, 35 highway, 30 combined. With all-wheel-drive that drops to 25/33/28 mpg for the sedan; the AWD hatch loses another mpg across the board, for a rating of 24/32/27 mpg. Get the front-drive Premium-trim sedan with its cylinder-deactivation technology and mileage jumps to 27/36/30, the highest among all Mazda 3 models. With a full roster of active-safety features now standard on all models, every Mazda 3 can boast automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitors with rear cross-traffic alerts. The Mazda 3 earns five stars from the NHTSA, and the IIHS gievs it a Top Safety Pick award In either sedan or hatchback form, the Mazda 3 drives with a verve that has come to be expected from the brand. Handling is quick and responsive, and the car responds well when hustled through a corner. Drive a little more serenely and the Mazda 3 rewards with a composed ride that isn't choppy or unsettled. All Mazda 3 models employ a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. This engine, good for 186 horsepower, pairs well with the car. The pleasant little engine has some verve to it, and the 6-speed automatic does a good job of keeping it in its power band. The powertrain combo won't be smoking the tires but it will be perfectly adequate for daily driving. There's a sport mode for those looking to have a little fun, but it's more limited than most systems. Toggle it and the only parameter that's altered is the transmission shift points—the steering feel and throttle response remain unchanged. That's a bit of a letdown compared to the sport modes found in other cars. The Mazda 3 is one of the only compacts with available all-wheel drive. Opting for it won't neuter any of the car's positive qualities, and when the bad weather hits the system is quick to send power rearward. It's a nice option to see make an appearance in the compact class.
 
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