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Everyone has a different view on how a hatchback makes greatness. Some people want their egg-shaped rides to become badass canyon carvers, making them scream while shifting the "Fast and Furious" style. Others want more chill about cargo capacity and overall versatility.
This article will show you one of the best items in the segment on the market - the Mazda hatchback.
From November 20, 2020, 10 Mazda car models will be available in the Philippines, including 1 Mini, 5 SUV, 2 Hatchbacks, 2 Sedan, 1 Convertible, and 1 Pickup. The three most popular cars are the Mazda3, MX-5, and CX-5.
Mazda hatchback - Must-have vehicle for car beginners.
In 2020, the cheapest model - Mazda 2 has a price tag of P995,000, and the most expensive is the Mazda 3 Sportback priced at P1,510,000. Mazda is expected to release the new 2020-2021 MX-30 in the Philippines.
As recommended below, there are two price tags:
Mazda 2 Hatchback
Mazda 3 Sportback Elite 1.5 AT
Mazda 3 Sportback Premium 2.0 AT
Let's start with Mazda 2:
Just look at any road in the Philippines and its plains, and you will find that the most abundant vehicle type in recent years is the compact car. Honda City is one of the most common models. Although there are many options, the most famous is the Mazda 2.
Although you might say that the Honda City is indeed the most important brand in the country, the Mazda 2 does have its advantages as a compact car.
>>> You can seek more details on the site: Honda City vs Mazda 2 Philippines: Specsheet battle!
When buying ultra-small products, most buyers will be troubled by expensive choices. Yes, the Honda Jazz vs Mazda 2 will cover these two excellent choices. Usually, most small contracts are "budget lunches."
Both of the models break the price and quality barriers and even surpass the compact option.
It should be noted that Mazda and Honda have listened to and delivered cars that set the trend only through "qualified compact cars and small cars"! These choices have been surpassed, and the choices provided are worth every penny! Even with financing, these cars are worth the extra cost.
>>> You can seek more details on the site: Honda Jazz vs Mazda 2: Which is the better subcompact in the Philippines?
The Mazda 2 is not the only choice. Another option for you is Mazda 3 with the same rival: Honda.
Except for the CVT on the RS Turbo, the Civic is still very good overall. But the price is a bit expensive; the Mazda 3 may provide a higher cost-effective with its in-vehicle technology kit, not to mention the Mazda 3 with its excellent G vector technology and SkyActiv-Drive.
Honda Civic - A great alternative to the Mazda 3 hatchback in the Philippines
One thing Honda has done for this is that it has established a solid reputation for aftermarket parts. No wonder why Honda has been the darling of custom tuners for years. The mechanics and technicians have gained extensive Honda experience and can come up with some very crazy constructions.
>>> Click to find more details on the site: Honda Civic vs Mazda 3: A spec sheet comparison of two popular beauties
You can choose 1 out of 2 ways: online or dealership.
We think purchasing a car online is a good experience, especially since we tried out Philkotse.
Philkotse is an online car selling and purchasing platform for every kind of car (SUV, coupe, trucks, etc.), both brand new and used.
You can check the credibility of both the sellers and the car there. Moreover, you won’t have to go outside and communicate in the middle of the pandemic.
But if you still want to do everything the traditional way, then we have a list of featured Mazda dealerships for you:
202 Edsa corner Rochester st. Greenhills East, Mandaluyong
Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang-Zapote Road, Alabang, Muntinlupa City
2301 Don Chino Roces Avenue Extension, Makati City
721-729 Quezon Avenue Brgy. Sto. Domingo, Quezon City
120 Juan Luna Avenue Extension, Mabolo, Cebu City 6000
56 Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Brgy. Bagong Ilog, Pasig City
The Mazda hatchback has provided an excellent price and performance ratio.
Under the guise of the basic model, Mazda's provides a glimmer of real quality products as it strikes a good balance between a practical hatchback and advanced transportation. It shares the same running gear with its siblings but adds many noteworthy features to the basic model.
Mazda Philippines' range of hatchback models are priced from Php 995,000 for the Mazda 2 up to Php 1,510,000 for the Mazda 3 Sportback.
While similar to the sedan Mazda 2 in a lot of aspects like the engine and interior equipment, the Mazda 2 hatchback’s rear seats are actually a little tighter in terms of legroom.
Yes. Average fuel consumption of the Mazda 2 hatchback and Mazda 3 Sportback are 10 km/L and 9 km/L in the city, respectively.