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Possessing impressive performance capabilities as well as plenty of daily-use utility, the 2009 Mazda MAZDASPEED3 is our favorite sport compact.” —

1ST PLACE MAZDA3 s GRAND TOURING "Still looks fresh, still dances like a sport sedan, still a steal, still the best." — MotorTrend 04.2008 (Comparison: 2008 Honda Civic vs. 2008 Mazda 3 vs. 2008 Subaru Impreza vs. 2009 Toyota Corolla)

"Mazda's DISI 2.3L turbocharged DOHC I-4 is a whole lotta power, a whole lotta technology and a whole lotta fun at a fantastic price – a formula for success that makes Mazda one of the best little powertrain developers in the world." — (2008 Ward's 10 Best Engines)

“Looking for a sports-car acceleration for economy-car bucks? Here’s a hot hatch that-literally-has “speed” for its middle name. The $23,090 MAZDASPEED3 is a 263-hp, turbo-charged and intercooled, direct-injected beast disguised as a handsome hatchback; a tire-shredding rocket that blasts its way to 60 in 5.8 seconds.” — AUTOMOBILE Magazine (August, 2008)

After evaluating the new-for-2008 vehicles, along with last year's winners, Csere and Swan call the Mazdaspeed3 "the current leader of a small but competitive pack". They praise its acceleration, handling, utility and overall value. - Car and DriverDetails (Review: 2008 10 Best Cars, Csaba Csere and Tony Swan, Jan. 2008)

Consumer Reports tested 2006 and 2007 Mazda3 models. The results are applicable to the 2008 model. Along with road-test data, this article includes notes on safety and predicted reliability. - Consumer Reports (Review: 2008 Mazda3, Editors of Consumer Reports)

Every year, the editors of extensively test current vehicles and choose their personal favorites. The 2008 Mazda3 makes this fairly exclusive list because of impressive performance, build quality and interior appointments. - (Review: 2008 Edmunds' Inside Line Editors' Most Wanted Awards, Editors of, Jan. 6, 2008)

2007 Mazda MAZDA3 Performance & Efficiency Standard Features - 1,999 cc 2 liters in-line 4 front engine with 87.5 mm bore, 83.1 mm stroke, 10 compression ratio, double overhead cam, variable valve timing/camshaft and four valves per cylinder LFD - Unleaded fuel 87 - Fuel economy EPA highway (mpg): 35 and EPA city (mpg): 28 - Multi-point injection fuel system - 14.5 gallon main unleaded fuel tank - Power: 110 kW , 148 HP SAE @ 6,500 rpm; 135 ft lb , 183 Nm @ 4,500 rpm

The 2008 Mazda3 is not your typical economy car, according to reviewers. They say the versatile and stylish Mazda3 incorporates athletic handling and refined engine choices. While the base-model Mazda3 has fewer standard safety features than the rival Honda Civic (*est. $14,800 to $23,250), it does have a lower starting price, and the features are available as options. The 5-door Mazda3 hatchback competes well with the highly regarded Honda Fit (*est. $13,950 to $16,070) but measures more than 20 inches longer. The Mazdaspeed3 (*est. $22,440 to $24,155) is a high-performance model, much like the Honda Civic Si (*est. $21,110 to $29,500). Altogether, reviews say each Mazda3 variant is an excellent performer and a viable alternative to Honda's compact cars. The 2008 Mazda3 hatchback and sedan and the high-performance Mazdaspeed3 all receive abundant, mostly positive reviews. The sporty Mazdaspeed3 is one of 2008's 10 Best Cars, as chosen by editors at Car and Driver magazine, and the Mazda3 lineup is a recurring honoree at Editors at Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine name the Mazda3 Best in Class among cars with prices starting below $20,000. Both Motor Trend and Car and Driver magazines conduct head-to-head tests in which the Mazda3 sedan and Mazdaspeed3 hatchback triumph over their competitors. Consumer Reports magazine and, agencies that perform comprehensive evaluations, both report on the Mazda3. A concise "Ruthless Review" from addresses issues often overlooked by other publications, such as long-term reliability and retained value.

4 door 148 HP 2.0L DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder engine with Variable Valve Timing (VVT) Ultra-clean Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle (PZEV)† EPA, City / Highway ‡ Manual transmission: 24/32 Automatic transmission: 23/

5 door 156 HP 2.3L DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder engine with Variable Valve Timing (VVT) Ultra-clean Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle (PZEV)† EPA, City / Highway ‡ Manual transmission: 22/29 Automatic transmission: 22/29

MazdaSpeed3 263 HP 2.3L Direct Injection Spark Ignition (DISI) Turbocharged 4-cylinder engine EPA, City / Highway ‡ Manual transmission: 18/26
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