• December 18, 2009

2010 Mazda Mazdaspeed3: A Review

2010 MazdaSpeed3


In the modern world, the Mazda Company introduced new 2010 MazdaSpeed3 which is a true bargain for everyone. You can call it the check deposit because its market value is very well and if you purchased it and sell it, you cannot lose your money.

Photo by Mazda Canada
Photo by Mazda Canada

The new 2010 MazdaSpeed3 comes with great new features and style. This motor car is also available in the market with base MSRP under $24,000 and performance worth significantly more from the previous version of Mazda. The MazdaSpeed3 offers more than performance, however, as it comes packed with convenience features that make it significantly more enjoyable than its predecessor. The price is very suitable for everyone and having the great feature with modern style.

The most effecting thing is to customization of 2010 Mazda MazdaSpeed3 with much room. This car contains the Tech Package which includes the undersized multi information display and also a Bose center point surround sound system. This Tech Package is the main difference from the previous version of Mazda and its base price of Tech Package on an additional $1895 to the price of 2010 Mazda MazdaSpeed3 base price.

Style and Design:

The style of the 2010 Mazda MazdaSpeed3 is very aggressive and beautiful like the other version of the Mazda cars. In 2010 Mazda MazdaSpeed3 introduced new style of car to takes the standard Mazda3 styling to a whole new level with more aggressive visual cues. According to the Jalopnik reports that the MazdaSpeed3 adapts the Mazda3’s “happy new design, but makes that grin louder with a deeper front splitter, a huge hood scoop,” and a “big wing.” That gives the best look for everyone and this design impress the driver.

Photo by Vision Automotriz Magazine
Photo by Vision Automotriz Magazine

The most effect thing of this popular Mechanics reviewers which feel that “if you can live with that relentlessly cheerful grinning face,” then you’ll find that the styling from the A-pillars on back is much more appealing. Edmunds is particularly impressed by this car to finding that refinement is improved in the revised cabin, which sports a contemporary design that melds function and style like few others at this price. Function is first and foremost on Motor Trend’s mind, and they are pleased to find that the interior is easy to get acquainted with.


To get the better performance the Mazda Company introduced in this car a new level of mechanicals. While some might be initially disappointed to learn that those mechanicals are largely unchanged from the previous version of MazdaSpeed3 but feeling happiness to know that this  2010 MazdaSpeed3 is still highly capable and one of the best-performing hatchbacks on the road. It means that it gives better result on car driving on the road.

The 2.3-liter turbocharged mill helps the five-door hit 60 mph “in 6.4 seconds (6.1 seconds with 1 foot of rollout like on a drag strip),” according to Edmunds reviewers of this new model of Mazda 2010 MazdaSpeed3. Those numbers lag slightly behind last year’s MazdaSpeed3, but 4th-gear acceleration is clearly stouter in the new car that thanks to the larger air intake and new hood scoop that become more effective at higher speeds. It means that this new model of Mazda have the better performance in every kind of car drive.


The quality of this new model of The 2010 Mazda MazdaSpeed3 is very similar to its siblings in the Mazda3. You can lineup when it comes to interior utility and quality levels, which is to say that it has been upgraded significantly from the previous generation. This gives the much option of the car to drive with best quality. Driver will be feeling more comfortable and sporty cabin to drive this new model of 2010 Mazda MazdaSpeed3 which features equally comfortable and sporty seats.

Photo by Mazda Canada
Photo by Mazda Canada

While performance of driving is a definite weekend possibility in the 2010 Mazda MazdaSpeed3 but the vast majority of time spent in the car will likely be during commutes.


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