DAYTON, Ohio, Sept. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Buying a new car takes more time these days because there are many more vehicles to choose from than there used to be. In order for consumers to buy the car that is right for them they must do a lot of research and compare vehicles to find the one that suits their needs for a new car. A new car dealership in Ohio is helping car shoppers with their research by offering vehicle comparisons so they can have an easier time deciding which new car to buy. Matt Castrucci Mazda in Dayton, OH compares the new 2014 Mazda3 vs. 2014 Toyota Corolla to help customers with their research.
The Mazda3 and then Toyota Corolla are two of the hottest selling cars in the compact car segment and have something different to offer consumers looking for new car in Dayton, OH. The vehicle comparison between the 2014 Mazda3 vs. 2014 Toyota Corolla from Matt Castrucci Mazda will help you decide which vehicle is best for you.
One of the main things that new car shoppers look for when they buy a new compact sedan is fuel efficiency and performance. Both of the new cars offer great fuel efficiency but the new 2014 Mazda3 beats the 2014 Toyota Corolla with a much higher mile per gallon rating on the highway. The EPA estimate for the 2014 Mazda3 is 27 mpg city/39 mpg highway while the 2014 Toyota Corolla only gets 27 mpg city/34 mpg highway.
When it comes to performance, the new 2014 Mazda3 gives drivers 148 horsepower and the 2014 Toyota Corolla can only deliver 132 horsepower. So when it comes down to fuel efficiency and performance the new 2014 Mazda3 wins the battle between the two vehicles.
Matt Castrucci Mazda is a new car dealership in Dayton, OH. For more information on the comparison between the 2014 Mazda3 vs. 2014 Toyota Corolla you can contact the Mazda dealership at 877-321-5043 or online at www.mattcastruccimazda.com.
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