How Long Do Mazda 3 Last
What is the average mileage for a Mazda 3 or 6 or just a Mazda? Are Mazda cars good?
I will try to answer your questions with my best knowledge and confidence. Even so, I only toured my Mazda 3's Mazda for weeks at a time, and I covered 520,555 miles (I did it with 15 miles). I must say that I am hesitant to buy this car, mainly because it will be my first new car and my first car purchase. So I bought extended warranty + gap insurance, you know ... just make sure. By the way, in terms of after sales ... I have a family friend who works in a dealership (sales manager), so ... OK. The car drove well. Now, anything can change from here, say ... 100,000 miles ... but basically I think it all depends on how you look after and maintain the car. In terms of words, I've only heard positive comments about the Mazda 3, as well as the 6 (which I'm considering), but I made the most economical and practical choice. The only thing I heard wrong is that one of my friends, my cousin, has a Mazda 3 and the radiator is fine. Personally, I think it's a weird situation ... the girls' cousins are being ignored, but I'm pulling. In general, it doesn't matter the car's make or model ... as long as you take care of it and take care of it when you need it ... then I think That it will last a long time.
. I have a neighbor who drove a Mazda Protz in 1994 that still runs 167,000 miles. He has just done some painting / restoration work and it looks great!
I can't say anything or answer 3 or 6.
But now I have three Mazda, two 140 kg. No one uses enough oil between changes to add a quarter. The clutch, water pump and battery need to be replaced. Which tells me that Mazda makes great cars.
The third was 280,000 miles and required a new engine. This is a car with a rotary engine (the other is a piston). So if the rotary engine is the least reliable of the Mazda, it seems that the Mazda remains the same three or six.
I have a 2003 Mazda 6 with a capacity of 280,000 and when they exchanged it for موجودہ 1000 for their current car, the 2007 Mazda 3 which weighs 2.3 liters. I hit 300,000 in just one month. I replaced the clutch, thermostat and CTS and of course the case and battery. I just bought my oil lamp on PS. I'm fine with Mazda because he's really good with me. I hope this car hits the market one day, so maybe another race soon. Hit the market. I don't know how to be strong ...
I am Mazda. I have 176,000 miles. Is this a good car? I can't compare that to my 1997 Toyota Terrace, which covered 232,000 miles. The Mazda 3 needs to be repaired after reaching 32,000 miles. Repairs must be made three times under warranty and once under extended warranty. These are the four fixes until the car travels 53,000 miles. The upstream O2 sensor, which should never have been replaced, was replaced by TWICE. This is Mazda's most expensive O2 sensor. The first one at the dealership cost 420, which could have been found at a time that would fit in my car. I'm talking about discounted rates, not LR. Tried another suitable O2 sensor in my car but nothing works. So I bought a coin in 20 420, fourteen months later that part broke and now there is no guarantee. The dealer told me he was going to supply and I bought the other $ 195 ... the other in hand. Cars need regular repairs. There is something wrong with my Toyota that never fails. This Toyota is close to 200,000, I have to work on it. Don't hesitate if you want to buy a Mazda 3, I managed to keep it in good condition thanks to good drivers and mechanics. Go ahead and buy one, but make sure you like spending money on auto repairs and have a good mechanic.