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2015 Mazda3 Sedan Lease Lease

$1989 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees.) Miles: 36,000

MSRP $17,995

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Payment Breakdown: Mazda is offering a lease for a 2014 Mazda3 4-Door iSV Automatic Transmission to customers who qualify. Not all lessees will qualify. Higher lease rates apply for lessees with lower credit ratings. Dealer contribution may vary and could affect actual lease payment. For only $169 per month you can drive off in a sporty car. The lease term is 36 months. Over that span you will pay $6,087 in lease payments plus a $595 acquisition fee, $795 destination charge and a $430 down payment. The total cost of of the lease is $7,907 (tax, license, title, fees, registration and documentation are additional).
Mileage: With this 2014 Mazda Mazda3 lease you are granted a total of 36,000 miles. Mileage driven over the allotted amount will cost you an additional $0.15 per mile. So if you drove 1000 miles over the 36,000 allotted you would be responsible for an additional $150 at the end of the lease.End of Lease: Once your lease is up Mazda is offering the option to purchase the Mazda3 after the 36 month term. The cost to purchase at the end of the lease is $11,274 (plus tax) which would bring the total to $19,181 if you decide to keep the car.

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Mazda3 Road Test Review
The Mazda3 is totally redesigned and sits at the top of the compact car class. This lease puts you into a great looking car packed with tons of technology. Upon opening the door, the leather seats in our test car gave the interior a decidedly high-end style. If you do not like leather or choose not to equip your Mazda3 this option, you will still be entitled to a dashboard and a steering wheel that is both sporty and modern and a center console that would be its place in a luxury car. In short, it succeeded on the line.
When the Mazda3 made its appearance on the automotive market in 2004, the people of the US quickly made it one of the most sold cars. Its dynamism, agility and performance were higher than any compact car available at launch. Mazda3, Mazda6 in combination with appeared the previous year, allowed Mazda to meet again among the most profitable automakers in the province.Of course, with such success comes the need to excel when it comes time to renew its models or to minimize changes in order not to undermine this success. However, this may explain why the first generation Mazda3 has received very little change between 2004 and 2009, an eternity in the automotive field, though sales did not seem to suffer more than he need.But then in 2009 appears, with his big smile, the second generation Mazda3. In fact, the current model abhors a large unpainted grille that gives the distinct impression that the car smiled at us and she is happy to see us! I must say that Mazda has made some changes in 2011 to reduce this impression.
Beyond aesthetic considerations, the Mazda3 can be equipped since 2012 the SKYACTIV technology that aims to not only improve fuel economy, but also to change the image of the Mazda3 as thirsty car. Because if Mazda generally receives high praise regarding compact car, it is still less than the frugality of the car was not his strong point.

The SKYACTIV technology is relatively simple to explain and understand. First you must know that not only speaks of an engine type or a particular transmission, but a set of enhancements to them as well as other components of the car as for example the chassis. The goal is to make the whole more efficient and reduce energy losses to improve the fuel economy of course, but the performance of the car as well.
The Mazda3 SKYACTIV engine 2013 has an unusually high compression ratio of 13:1 which concretely means that the engine requires less fuel to reach the combustion temperature required for its operation.
By cons, a high compression ratio can cause a knock in the engine due to the omnipresent in the combustion chamber heat. That is why the Mazda3 SKYACTIV has a 4-2-1 exhaust system to prevent this eventuality.

Then, engineers have focused on improving the performance of the transmission. The result is changes in shorter and faster reporting, once again allowing for more efficient driving.

You should know that the Mazda3 SKYACTIV technology in 2013 is not identical to that used on the SUV Mazda CX-5. In reality, the direction of Mazda has somewhat accelerated marketing of compact. That’s why we do not find the same features weight reduction enjoyed by the CX-5 in the Mazda3. But this should be corrected at the launch of the Mazda3 3 e generation.

Put aside the technical terms for a moment and focus on the bottom line. According to Mazda, March 1 equipped with SKYACTIV technology sees fuel consumption fell by some 15%. Unfortunately, our test drive week took place in the middle of January and the temperature gauge car has never shown better than -9 degrees. Say it is not the ideal conditions to get an idea of the fuel consumption of a car. But we will return.

For cons, the Mazda3 was somewhat disappointed us regarding storage space. The available space in the door is acceptable without more, while the absence of a compartment between the center console and the transmission arm requires you to empty your pockets in the space under the armrest.
At least the front passengers do not lack headroom and legroom, while the space in the rear is a good average. Regarding the chest, obviously sports version offers more functionality with its tailgate, but in both cases, the space is useful and should meet the needs of buyers of compact cars.
As mentioned earlier, the Mazda3 SKYACTIV 2013 sees its power and torque increased by 7 horses (155 hp @ 6000 r / min) and 13 lb-ft (148 lb-ft @ 4100 rpm / min) respectively compared to the standard model. We therefore expect more “punch”, but ultimately ended up questioning where the power gain has he could have gone.

We have not been able to do better than 9.8 seconds for the traditional 0-100 km / h while the times do not appear brighter than the Mazda3 SKYACTIV technology without. One wonders if the fault does not rest on the 6 speed automatic transmission. In fact, Mazda engineers, wanting to reduce fuel consumption, have created a gearbox that fits less well to acceleration.
Is dynamism improves with manual transmission? We have not been able to verify, but some colleagues seem to say yes.

Nevertheless, the 6-speed automatic transmission Mazda3 is one of the sweetest category. Changes occur smoothly and without rushing passengers. Mazda wanted to combine the best elements of a CVT and a dual clutch transmission and in this respect it succeeded box.
Do not forget the sensational handling of the Mazda3 SKYACTIV or not. It is also its main strength and that largely explains its success. The car literally sticks to the road while the steering is direct and predictable. Curves, we enjoyed the Volkswagen Golf TDI, we liked the Hyundai Elantra GT, but we loved the Mazda3.

What is even more interesting is that this dynamic driving agility does not make the Mazda3 SKYACTIV 2013 uncomfortable. The vast majority of our road tests are conducted in the Montreal area which allows us to rapidly assess the comfort of a car. In this case, we can testify to the ability of the suspension to absorb many holes, dents, cracks and other imperfections.
In summary, the Mazda3 SKYACTIV we did not seem more powerful than the regular model despite the power gain. By cons, driveability was always visit while comfort is improved compared to the previous generation.

As noted earlier, the winter is not a time to judge the fuel consumption of a car. It would be unfair to criticize the Mazda3 SKYACTIV 2013 for having failed to consume 5.1 liters per 100 kilometers on the highway as promised by the manufacturer. In fact, we have not done better than 6.8 l/100 km in a round trip Montreal-Sherbrooke while driving in town saw us reach almost 9 liters per 100 kilometers.
In reality, it is not bad for driving in January. In addition, a thorough study of the SKYACTIV technology suggests that it will have no trouble filling drivers seeking fuel economy when conditions are more favorable. Why? Simply because it does not involve complex technology or systems that only engineers can understand.

No. The SKYACTIV technology is simple and attack various components of the Mazda3 to improve their efficiencies. While other manufacturers have decided to revolutionize the operation of the automobile, Mazda engineers believe that we can still improve the car today to make it more economical and environmentally friendly. And they are right.

She had a major flaw: its fuel consumption. The SKYACTIV technology corrects shooting and enables the 2013 Mazda3 better position compared to the competition. It is now very difficult to speak ill of this model.