The market for compact cars is crowded with plenty of offerings. However, the combination of fuel efficiency and fun is a hard combination to shy away from.
While hybrids and electric vehicles will become an increasing fixture on our roads, Mazda views this market as relatively small over the coming years and instead has focused on making the internal combustion engine more efficient. Whether it is the engine, the transmission, or the body and chasis, Mazda is clearly focusing on taking the traditional automobile and making it better. The result in the Mazda3 with SKYACTIV Technology is an EPA rating of 28 city and 40 highway with a combined rating of 33 mpg.
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