Herald Sun - Motoring - - Showroom -

Some sort of ute makes plenty of sense when there are so many test cars rolling through the Cars­guide fleet, but our choice is the car we would rec­om­mend for oth­ers. It’s the Mazda3. It blasted the Holden Com­modore out of its long-run­ning spot at the top of Aus­tralian motoring for two years with a com­bi­na­tion of class and qual­ity.

A se­cond-hand Mazda3 means a car that’s quiet and comfy, good to drive and easy to live with in any con­di­tions.

It’s also rel­a­tively easy on the wal­let, al­though Mazda Aus­tralia has only just ar­rived — very, very late — at the capped-price ser­vic­ing party.

We hear al­most no com­plaints from Mazda3 own­ers, in­clud­ing fam­ily mem­bers, and that’s the why the car is the right one for years of used-car sat­is­fac­tion.

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