Mazda 3 is a compact car and in Japan it is also known as Mazda Axela. It is a Japanese manufactured vehicle and was a 2004 model. In 2008, the Mazda 2010 model second generation was introduced to the world and premiered at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
The Mazda 3 second generation, 2010, was considered to be a completely upgraded model of Mazda3 2004. This time, it was lighter, longer and marginally wider than the first-generation Mazda 3. With 2.5 L engine, lb-ft torque the car was ruling the market because that time most of the cars were equipped with 2.2 L or 2.3 L engines.
It has 6 speed manual transmissions that can accelerate up to 60 mph in just 7.4 seconds. Around 12% fuel economy in the city increased in the car. There were some removals also like footwell lighting, power seat memory functions, side mirrors with incorporated turn signals and few more.