2021 Mazda 3 – Updated Skyactiv X mazda 3 technology

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Mazda has updated their Skyactiv X engine, which now has more power but less consumption and emissions. #Mazda3 #SkyactivX #PitStop .

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14 comments

Ricardo Pina 12/03/2022 - 5:34 Chiều

Very nice review. Gorgeous scenery, too! (Slovenia? It's on my bucket list of places to go; just lovely!). The car looks stunning in this color. I agree: In an age of cars that are full of folds and sharp angles, the sedan's smooth, organic lines stand out even more. Definitely one of the best-looking cars out there, and a timeless design too, I bet.

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Aleck Fedorkiw 12/03/2022 - 5:34 Chiều

Can someone provide some milage comparison hwy or city

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High Tier Nub 12/03/2022 - 5:34 Chiều

I wish this will come to North America. What the hell is Mazda thinking? Us Canadians have fucken expensive gas prices. This would be an awesome car to drive here.

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Lars 12/03/2022 - 5:34 Chiều

Every other test Ive seen they said that the higher torque which is also available earlier in the rev range is quite noticable.

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ShaLiKo 12/03/2022 - 5:34 Chiều

How does this engine's performance compare with the G 2.5L?
does it feel as powerful?

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Alexandru Dicu 12/03/2022 - 5:34 Chiều

Best gasoline engine of this era, only toyota is comparable but not for the rest of the car, only on the engine side.

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Pillred 12/03/2022 - 5:34 Chiều

Great review terrible sound quality at times which was a shame as it spoilt it a bit, I have the hatchback of this model the fuel consumption is very impressive 45mpg on shorter journeys and up to 60mpg when on a run as you say it is much better on fuel once you are on a motorway I have also seen way under 5L per 100kms, after 2000miles my average is just over 50mpg (5.3L per 100kms) which for a 2L petrol engine is amazing.

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Mark Smith 12/03/2022 - 5:34 Chiều

Really good review of the new Mazda engine. Finding it hard to do a test drive of the auto-gearbox but the manual gearbox was very impressive. The equipment list is looking very good when compared to Mercedes A-Class Executive. Additional features on the A-Class is pushing the cost of the car up (e.g. Blind-Spot warning indicators).

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Vehicles n' Guitfiddles 12/03/2022 - 5:34 Chiều

So basically a legit 40mpg mixed on a reasonably large and enjoyable to drive car – impressive!

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Tom Super 12/03/2022 - 5:34 Chiều

One of the best looking Cars?

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Bitz Ov Hadez 12/03/2022 - 5:34 Chiều

Manuals rule.

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Ayush K 12/03/2022 - 5:34 Chiều

Somewhere I read that this engine has to be driven for first 5000-8000Km or maybe after 2nd service to unlock its full potential and better efficiency

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Robert William 12/03/2022 - 5:34 Chiều

Why won't Mazda bring this engine to the United States?

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Mr D 12/03/2022 - 5:34 Chiều

You really do have to drive these cars to find out just how lovely they are. It's a shame they are not bigger here in Europe but the stranglehold of the big German three marques is so tight people don't see anything in the Mazda logo….simply not posh enough. Well that's what I think living in the UK.

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