Meet The Mazda's Best Fuel Efficient 2017 Mazda 3; Fun Driving Around The City

Apr 18, 2017 11:40 AM EDT | Hannah Jill

Make way for the fuel efficient 2017 Mazda 3. The multinational Japanese brand successfully created an updated version of the Mazda 3 car. It's packed with new features and latest innovations in car technology.

Fuel efficiency is one of the biggest factors why Americans buy a certain model of a car. The every day or weekly trip to the gas station to fill up the tank would directly affect your budget and spending. Car advises reports that the 2017 Mazda-3 is one of the best small cars in terms of reported fuel efficiency. It was presumably manufactured with fuel consumption in mind. At 5.7 gallons per 100 km, it is the 2nd most fuel efficient small car using gasoline to power it up.

The 2017 Mazda-3 has three trims and 2 engines to choose from. The Sports edition and the Touring trim both have a 155 hp, 2.0-liter sky active G 4 cylinder engines. The third trim, the Mazda-3 Grand Touring is equipped with a bigger engine and better horsepower. It has an 184 HP, 2.5-liter Skyactive G 4 cylinder engine. Whatever trim you choose, the engine is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission get for easier shifting. A 6 six speed automatic transmission system is an option you can have. All trims will give you an average of 37 miles for every gallon of fuel you will consume.

If there is an adjective that you can use when driving the 2017 Mazda 3, it would be a fun drive. A nice family car, this 4 doors 5 sitter vehicle will surely make any family outing not boring. It has a great infotainment system. A touchscreen monitor display, USB ports for various function plus the Bluetooth capability is more than enough to keep you engage. It can accelerate from 0 – 60 miles per hour in 8.9 seconds. It has a reported top speed of 121 miles per hour. A great fuel efficiency, coupled with comfort driving. It is not a surprise that it is voted multiple times in the top 10 best small cars.

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