Mazda Prices 2014 Mazda3

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When Mazda's redesigned compact car goes on sale in September, the sedan will start at $17,740, including a $795 destination fee — that's $245 more than model-year 2013 prices, but extra standards like push-button start, automatic power door locks, a remote keyless entry system, daytime running lights and a USB port make it worth it. Also worth the extra cash is improved fuel economy; Mazda3 sedans equipped with the 2.0-liter/six-speed automatic combo get an EPA highway rating of 41 mpg. 

The third generation of the brand's best-selling car got a total overhaul for 2014, with more evocative — yet familiar — styling, a revised control layout, additional safety features and a new engine. The standard engine on i models (SV, Sport, Touring and Grand Touring trims) is the 155-horsepower, SkyActiv-G 2.0-liter, four-cylinder; s versions (Touring and Grand Touring trims) get the new 184-hp, SkyActiv-G 2.5-liter four-cylinder.

Six-speed manual-equipped hatchbacks with the 2.0-liter are EPA rated at 29/40 mpg city/highway, and 30/40 mpg with the six-speed automatic. Sedans eke out slightly better numbers: 29/41 mpg (manual models) and 30/41 mpg (automatic models).

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Currently, only the six-speed automatic will be offered with the 2.5-liter, but Mazda plans to offer the six-speed manual at a later date. Fuel economy for 2.5-liter-equipped sedans is estimated to be 28/39 city/highway mpg; it jumps to 29/40 mpg when equipped with the available i-ELOOP regenerative braking system. Hatchbacks should return 28/37 mpg, and the i-ELOOP system bumps that to 29/39 mpg. 

You'll pay a pretty high premium for the the i-ELOOP system, however. It's part of the $1,600 Touring Technology Package on s Grand Touring models and adds the regenerative braking system, active grille shutters, high beam control, a lane departure warning system and the Smart City Brake Support system.

Trim level pricing is below and includes the destination fee. 

Mazda3 i SV sedan, manual: $17,740

Mazda3 i SV sedan, automatic: $18,790

Mazda 3 i Sport sedan, manual: $19,240 (add $1,050 for six-speed auto)

Mazda 3 i Sport hatchback, manual: $19,740 (add $1,050 for six-speed auto)

Mazda3 i Touring sedan, manual: $20,390 (add $1,050 for six-speed auto)

Mazda3 i Touring hatchback, manual: $20,890 (add $1,050 for six-speed auto)

Mazda3 i Grand Touring sedan, manual: $23,540 (add $1,050 for six-speed auto)

Mazda3 i Grand Touring hatchback, manual: $24,040 (add $1,050 for six-speed auto)

The s package not only adds the more powerful engine, but also includes sporty features like 18-inch alloy wheels, bi-xenon headlights, a piano black-finish front grille, LED daytime running lights, leatherette seats and door panel inserts, and steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters. It starts at $25,390 on Touring sedans and $25,890 on hatchbacks. The s model in Grand Touring trim starts at $26,790 for sedans and $27,290 for hatchbacks.

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Comments 

Tony

Mazda3 pricing gets out of hand. 2011 iTouring was 17,750 now - $19,740. This is like, one grand per year. Not sure, I am ready to pay that for Mazda3 when there is Accord

Curt

You have to pay to play. You do get a ton of technology for the money. But the price point definitely shifts away from the economy segment when moving up to the more expensive lines.

fc

push button strndard for under 20k; the sv model is one im likely to get.

Tony

They charge you extra for push button. In reality it is cheaper to implement than a key. Besides, key is better.

JasonR

According to the Mazda press release, the SV doesn’t even have a tachometer!? For $1500, the Sport adds illuminated steering wheel controls, cruise controls, trip computer, Bluetooth hands-free phone & audio, body-colored side mirrors, CD player, map lights, and 60/40 split-folding rear seat….and a tachometer.

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