JOLIET, Ill., July 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- One of the most anticipated cars of the year is expected to arrive at dealerships this fall, and for Chicago, IL Mazda shoppers, it can't come soon enough.
Since the 2014 Mazda3 unveiling last month, auto enthusiasts have been buzzing about Mazda's new SKYACTIV-packed hatchback, and it appears to be for good reason. The 2014 Mazda3 in Joliet, IL appears to be one of the most advanced cars in its price bracket and one of the best performers in its segment.
In fact, Mazda recently announced the 2014 Mazda3 hatchback is expected to achieve 29/41 MPG city/highway with its manual transmission and 30/41 MPG with the automatic version. Those figures would land Mazda's new "Game Changer" at the top of its class.
Although the upcoming Mazda3 will join the 2014 Mazda lineup at a higher price point than the 2013 version did, it will include a multitude of additional standard features while still entering the market well under $20,000.
One of the most attractive new features in the 2014 Mazda3 is the i-ELOOP system, which functions similarly to regenerative braking on hybrid models. With the i-ELOOP system, which is also available on the 2014 Mazda6 near Chicago, IL, the Mazda3 will store the energy that would typically be lost during braking and convert it to energy that will power electrical components like air conditioning and radio. That innovative technology helps alleviate the work the engine has to do and in turn, increases fuel economy.
As northern Illinois' leading Mazda dealership, Bill Jacobs Mazda is preparing for the arrival of the 2014 Mazda3 by allowing its customers to reserve the hatchback before it arrives this fall. As momentum builds toward the release of the 2014 Mazda3, Illinois customers can visit www.billjacobsmazda.com to find more information or call Bill Jacobs Mazda directly at 815-741-6975.
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