Sunday, August 30, 2009

2010 Mazdaspeed3

The idea of Mazda in getting customers to buy their cars is simple: listen to what they want and deliver them to the best of their ability. In recent years, they have revealed their ability to adapt to the demands by releasing pocket and driver friendly cars such as the iconic Mazda MX-5 and the CX-7.
It's no wonder then that the latest iteration of the Japanese car maker is always about the customers. The 2010 Mazdaspeed3 is the improved version of Mazda3 as it has upgraded some of its components inside and out.

Of course, no car is perfect and the Mazdaspeed3 is no exception. Even though the car will ultimately make you want to buy one, the design of the car is less than stellar. The Mazda3 looks gorgeous compared to its later sibling. The extended wing may have helped in its maneuverability and the front air pocket has a role in keeping the engine at its optimum level but it just doesn't look good in the new Mazda.
But under the hood, the car reveals its power. The 2.3 litre engine can help you squeeze 263-horsepower. They were also smart in adding torque control to avoid that problem caused by too much torque during turns.
The most impressive part of the 2010 Mazdaspeed3 is its price and adaptability on the road. Testing the car on the speedway is actually quite a drag (because of the torque) but drive the car on real road and you'll realize why this car at $24,000 can be considered a great deal.


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