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Mazda 3 Sedan Premium 1PR, 2021
Starting from: $28,170 MSRP
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- Front Wheel Drive
- 4 CYL/2.5L
- 35H/26C mileage
- 5 seats (leather)
- GPS navigation
- moon roof
- keyless entry
- seat heating
- headsup display
- 18 X 7" wheels
- 4 doors
- rear view camera
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Mazda Car Lease
Rodo can help you find the best prices for any new Mazda with deals and discounts already worked in to a Mazda lease or finance package. You may also take advantage of additional cost-saving options such as trade-in, trade-up, get cash for your existing vehicle or exit your lease early.
Whether you need a touring vehicle, family sedan, or large-capacity hatchback, you'll find the entire range among the newest Mazda models.
Need Support? Our vehicle specific FAQs are listed below. Should you need to contact us, our team can be reached by email, or you can use our chat feature any time.
Can I Negotiate the Prices or Lease Offers with a Dealer?
Yes! Better than that, you can make offers with multiple dealers to get the best deal possible on both the cost of a new Mazda or for better terms on a lease agreement, including the option to extend your lease in case nearer the end of your agreement you don't have a new car in mind to upgrade.
When Should I Consider Trading In My Car?
The best time to trade a car in is when the value of the car is greater than the money you owe on it. A common misconception is that it's best to trade in your vehicle every few years and buy a new model. The main reason a lot of drivers get a new car every few years is because the manufacturer's warranty usually runs for 3-years, after which, repairs are not covered by the factory warranty.
The warranty on new Mazda vehicles covers all parts for the first 36-months or 36,000 miles, and a 24 / 7 roadside assistance program can also cover the cost of towing to your nearest Mazda dealer. Powertrain components on new Mazda vehicles are covered for 5-years or 60,000 miles.
What are the Lease Termination Fees on Vehicles?
Lease deals are made between the lessee/customer and the individual Mazda dealership. The terms of the leases are usually two to three years, with some dealers offering vehicles on longer terms. In situations where the vehicle is needing to be exchanged before the lease expires, there are usually termination fees to pay to the dealer, however, these do differ between dealerships and can also include any remaining depreciation costs on the vehicles when they're subject to an early termination.
Is There a Mazda Model with a Manufacturer Incentive Available?
There are some Mazda cars that have manufacturer incentives, however, the vast majority of deals are offered by dealerships. Some dealers may need to move Mazda CX-3 Sports cars from their lot to make room for the Mazda CX 30 Base 1EN vehicle in the showroom. The deals differ by both vehicle model and the Mazda showrooms depending on what they need to move.
What is the Most Fuel-Efficient Mazda Model?
For city driving, the Mazda CX-3 Sport delivers 29 city mpg and 34 highway mpg. For highway driving, the Mazda 6 Touring, Mazda 6 Sport, and the Mazda MX 5 Miata Sport give up to 35 mpg on highways. This is the same for the Mazda 3 Sedan Base 1EN, the Mazda 3 Sedan Select 1SE, Mazda 3 Hatchback Preferred 1PF and the Mazda 3 Hatchback Premium 1PR. The Mazda 3 Hatchback Base 1EN (AWD) has a 24 city mpg and 32 highway mpg.
How Much Should I Pay for a Mazda?
The MSRP (manufacturer seller recommended price) provided to dealers is only what Mazda recommends the vehicle list price should be advertised as. It is only a guideline and the list price on Rodo is below that but that does not mean you will pay that. Dealers are open to offers and discussing different finance options with you including lease deals and trade-in values for your existing vehicle. The best approach for pricing how much you should pay is to work out your maximum budget before making an offer.
Loan officers at finance companies could advise you based on your budget that you can afford to pay hundreds per month, but that doesn't mean you should. As a rule of thumb, keep your monthly payment to below 20% of your income. The higher a down payment you make, the lower the monthly payments will be.
If the monthly price is close to 20% of your income, consider lease deals that have a lower down payment and won't require you to spring for sudden repairs during the term of the lease that could see your car off the road while repairs are carried out.
Do Mazda Dealers Offer a Lease Extension?
Vehicles on lease are on loan from the vendor and most will be happy to extend a vehicle lease in the event the agreement ends before you have a new car lined up. The length of time can vary from a month-to-month extension or a fixed-term extension.
What are the Prices for the New Mazda CX Trim Levels?
The prices vary by trim level with the Mazda CX 30 Base 1EN having the lowest entry price at $21,900.The Mazda CX 30 Select 1SE has an MSRP off $23,900. The Mazda CX 30 Preferred 1PF model have prices starting at $26,200 and the Mazda CX 30 Premium 1PR having a price of $28,200.
Which Mazda Has the Most Cargo Capacity?
The Mazda 3 Hatchback Base 1EN and the Mazda 3 Hatchback Preferred 1PF give more interior space than cargo space. The Mazda CX-3 is a subcompact SUV that rides like a sedan but has the cargo capacity you'd expect in an SUV.
Why are The Prices Different for the Same Vehicle?
Every car listed on Rodo is listed by an authorized partner showroom. The only price similarity is the MSRP recommended by Mazda, which is used a guideline with prices falling at, above, or below the guide price between different dealers. Additionally, if you're using the Rodo app, the prices you see are personalized to the account holder and can use the auto-specific credit rating and include any applicable rebates you'd qualify for.