SAN ANTONIO, Aug. 30, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ingram Park Mazda is hosting a challenge between two of the auto industry's most trusted and relied upon vehicles. The 2013 Mazda3 and 2013 Toyota Corolla have been staples in their respective automakers' lineups, but only one fuel-efficient subcompact can be the industry leader. The challenge comes down to fuel efficiency, power, strength and versatility. Drivers must decide which car balances it all.
The 2013 Toyota Corolla has been one of the auto industry's most long-lasting vehicles since its launch. Known to be a lifetime car, the Corolla is strong and reliable to make drivers and their passengers feel comfortable on the road. Earning an EPA-estimated 34 mpg highway, 132 horsepower, 128 lb-ft of torque while providing 41.7 inches of front legroom, the vehicle delivers a well-rounded performance that can't be denied.
The 2013 Mazda3 is about to be upgraded to the 2014 model in the fall, but its current performance is one that has truly stood the test of time. If drivers are looking for that aforementioned balance, the Mazda3 is where it exists. Stepping onto the scene with an EPA-estimated 40 mpg highway, the vehicle can also pump out up to 155 horsepower and 148 lb-ft of torque while leaving 42.0 inches of front legroom for the driver and his or her passenger.
Clearly, the 2013 Mazda3 takes home top honors for its performance when the facts are stacked up next to one another. The vehicle's excellence is made possible with Mazda's unstoppable innovation, which is seen in the Mazda3's SKYACTIV technology. The vehicle is centered on this technology to produce a performance that's as beautiful as it is intelligent. The true test of a winning vehicle is one that drivers look forward to spending time in. The Mazda3 ticks all of the boxes for drivers and dealerships alike.
Drivers must experience the Mazda3 for themselves, but Ingram Park Mazda believes there won't be much convincing left to do once they get behind the wheel.
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