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The 2017 Mazda3 Offers Far More Than the Competition near Washington, D.C.

The act of driving is only one part of the 2017 Mazda3 experience. Fully loaded with premium features and design, the new Mazda3 perfectly complements its high level of performance in Washington, D.C. And when you compare it to the competition, it becomes clear the Mazda3 has far more to offer than the competition. Find out how the Mazda3 compares to the Honda Civic or Toyota Corolla on the roads in Arlington, Woodbridge, Springfield, and Annandale.

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2017 Mazda3 vs. 2017 Honda Civic

  • The Mazda3 starts at $17,845, which is almost $900 less expensive than the Civic's starting price. And it's less expensive from top to bottom. The Mazda3 Grand Touring is almost $3,500 less than the Civic's comparable trim.
  • You'll get more standard torque in the Mazda3, with 150 pound-feet available, compared to 138 pound-feet of standard torque in the Civic.
  • Upgrade to the 2.5-liter engine in the Mazda3, and boost your power to 184 horsepower and 185 pound-feet of torque. Upgrade the Civic's engine, and you still only get 174 horsepower and 162 pound-feet of torque.
  • Want some extra space? The Mazda3 offers more total passenger volume than the Civic, including more head, shoulder, and hip room in the front row, and head and hip room in the second row.
  • The Mazda3 puts an extra set of eyes on the road, offering available Blind Spot Monitor. And the Civic? You won't find it. It seems safety was left in its blind spot.
  • Keyless start comes standard in the Mazda3. Want this feature in the Civic? Get ready to pay an extra $2,400 to upgrade trim levels.
  • The Mazda3 offers remote engine start right from the beginning. The Civic will make you pay an extra $2,400 for the feature.
  • Heads-up display is offered on the Mazda3, but you won't find it in the Civic.
  • The Mazda3 also offers a premium sound system. That's yet another feature you won't find in the Civic.

2017 Mazda3 vs. 2017 Toyota Corolla

  • The $17,845 starting price of the Mazda3 is over $650 more affordable than the Corolla's starting price.
  • Go further on the highway in the Mazda3, which gets 37 mpg highway. That's better than the Corolla's 36 mpg highway rating.
  • Enjoy more power in the Mazda3, which offers 155 standard horsepower and 150 pound-feet of standard torque. Or upgrade the engine, and open up the 184 horsepower and 185 pound-feet of torque. How about the Corolla? It only offers 132 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque.
  • The Mazda3 offers more front head, shoulder, and hip room, and second head and hip room than the Corolla.
  • The Mazda3 also offers leather seats and a heated driver's seat with lumbar support. All missing in the Corolla.
  • Let's keep you safe on the road with Blind Spot Monitor, available on the Mazda3 and missing in the Corolla.
  • Keyless start technology is standard in the Mazda3. You'll need to pay more than $3,000 extra to get this feature in the Corolla.
  • Easily get all the information you need with heads-up display, available in the Mazda3. You won't see it in the Corolla.
  • Speaking of features you won't find in the Corolla, the Mazda3 offers remote engine start.
  • Want another feature that's missing from the Corolla? A premium sound system, available in the Mazda3.

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