2021 MAZDA3 Gas Mileage
The 2021 Mazda3 sedan is among the most popular compact cars on Oshkosh-area roads. That’s because this new Mazda model is spacious, well-appointed, affordable, and even fuel-efficient! But what exactly can you expect out of the Mazda3, gas-mileage-wise? Good question! Allow us to break down the 2021 Mazda3 mpg specs by drivetrain and trim so you can choose the best Mazda3 for sale in Fond du Lac! Still have questions after reading this? Contact us anytime!
What are the 2021 MAZDA3 Sedan Trim Levels?
Before we get into a detailed overview of the Mazda3 gas mileage, allow us to go over the new Mazda3 trim levels. Here they are, in ascending order:
- MAZDA3 2.0 Sedan
- MAZDA3 2.5 S Sedan
- MAZDA3 Select
- MAZDA3 Preferred
- MAZDA3 Premium
- MAZDA3 2.5 S Turbo
- MAZDA3 2.5 Turbo Premium Plus
What are the 2021 MAZDA3 Sedan Drivetrains?
The Mazda3 sedan is unlike many new compact cars in that it gives you the option of upgrading to AWD for increased confidence during all weather conditions in Fond du Lac or Oshkosh, not to mention rough patches where the rubber hits the road. Here are your drivetrain choices in the 2021 Mazda3 sedan lineup:
- Front-wheel drive (FWD)
- Available i-ACTIV AWD®
What are the 2021 MAZDA3 Sedan MPG Specs by Trim & Drivetrain?
Wondering what kind of EPA-estimated fuel efficiency you can expect from the new 2021 Mazda3? That largely depends on which trim model and drivetrain you opt for! Different trim models offer different engines. What’s more, your choice of FWD or AWD will also impact the Mazda3 gas mileage you experience in Appleton or Beaver Dam. Note that all figures below are EPA-estimates and your actual mileage may vary*. With that said, here’s more on the new Mazda3 MPG specs (city/highway/combined):
- MAZDA3 2.0 Sedan with FWD: 28/36/31
- MAZDA3 2.5 S Sedan with FWD: 26/35/30
- MAZDA3 Select with FWD: 26/35/30
- MAZDA3 Select with i-ACTIV AWD®: 25/33/28
- MAZDA3 Preferred with FWD: 26/35/30
- MAZDA3 Preferred with i-ACTIV AWD®: 25/33/28
- MAZDA3 Premium with FWD: 26/35/30
- MAZDA3 Premium with i-ACTIV AWD®: 25/33/28
- MAZDA3 2.5 S Turbo with i-ACTIV AWD®: 23/32/27
- MAZDA3 2.5 Turbo Premium Plus with i-ACTIV AWD®: 23/32/27
Experience the MAZDA3 Gas Mileage & Performance in Fond du Lac at Holiday Mazda!
Why do the Mazda3 gas mileage specs differ? Aside from drivetrain, you have a choice of different engines in the new Mazda3 lineup including a SKYACTIV®-G 2.5 DOHC 4-cylinder with VVT, SKYACTIV®-G 2.5 DOHC 4-cylinder with VVT and cylinder deactivation, or a 250 hp24, SKYACTIV®-G 2.5 Dynamic Pressure Turbo engine.
Come experience the Mazda3 mpg specs and find out which model offers the performance you crave whenever safest and most convenient for you here at Holiday Mazda near Beaver Dam! We have tons of new Mazda3 sedans in-stock and tons of Mazda3 lease deals to help you save more when it comes time to secure financing.
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