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    I have a 2011 mazda 3 neo hatch. No real complaints; but sometimes looking at DS and DD in the back think I should've gotten the sedan. Takes around $70 to fill from empty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leeee View Post
    not quite the same, but i adore my mazda 2. i get about 8 hours out of my tank, fills for about $30-40 depending on the price of petrol. i don't know much about cars apart from how to drive them but i love it. when the ex and i replaced her car we ended up going with a mazda 2, and then when my car died we didn't even consider anything else.
    Same...Mazda 2, 2005 so a little older but can't fault it! The Mazda's get great reviews online as well if you google them


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    I love mazdas I have a '94 Mazda 626 sedan hatch but my dream car is a Mazda 3 or Mazda 6. I think I will always have mazdas there's so reliable and pretty too.

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    My old baby was an '89 Mazda 121 and the only reason she stopped going was because I decided to give her up and save car money towards a newer car. I love Mazdas!

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    I have a VW Golf wagon and it is awesome. Uses very little petrol and has a massive boot (wagon). Can fit massive double pram and all the groceries in the boot easily.
    Had to wait nearly 9 months to get it, but was worth the wait. I imagine the price would be similar to a Mazda 3.

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    My mum's old car before her current 3 was a 1977 Mazda Capella. She was SUCH an awesome car. I learnt to drive in er and basically had her to myself all through Uni. Bizarrely fuel efficient given how old she was and required very little major repair work.

    She was also quite racy!

    When mum and dad (finally) decided to upgrade her they sold her to Dad's colleague's son. He totalled her after a month or so. I've not yet forgiven him


 

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