Ultra techy Mazda 3 hatchback
2014 Mazda Mazda3 i Sport
The features on this vehicle are outstanding. The touchscreen monitor for the radio and navigation controls are wicked easy to use. If the touchscreen were to ever stop working there is a cool little dial on the center console that you can use to control the monitor features as well. The tire pressure monitoring system makes it easy to know when I need air in the tires or might possibly have a flat. The bucket seats in the front really secure you to the seat when the seat belt is worn properly. This is a huge feature for keeping you safe out on the road alongside with all the airbags installed in this vehicle. The blind spot monitor on this vehicle illuminates on the side mirrors when there is a vehicle next to you. If you happen to have your blinker on while the blind spot monitor goes off, it will sound an audible tone to alert you of the potential danger of merging lanes. Since I have the Sport model, I unfortunately am missing out on a lot of other great features that Mazda offers. Another great feature of my vehicle is that I had purchased the hatchback version. Having a hatchback allows me extra space to store things on top of an already roomy cab. Fold the seats down and you have as much room as an SUV. Push to start is a feature that I have always enjoyed because it allows me the opportunity to start my vehicle without ever having to take the key out of my pocket. Also, entering the vehicle is very easy because there are buttons on the driver and passenger side door that allow you to unlock and lock the vehicle if the key is within a close enough proximity. Overall I am very pleased with my Mazda 3 Hatchback and I would highly recommend it to anyone. The only suggestions that I would make would be to go for a higher model if you are looking for additional features.