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Which Mazda Vehicle is the Most Popular of Millennials?

Millennials and Mazda

As the cost of living keeps increasing, Millennials need to be creative with how they budget their money and on what things to best spend it on. Purchasing a vehicle is one of the single largest expenditures that a person can make, so it makes sense to carefully consider an option that is affordable, reliable and practical. One such vehicle checks all the boxes while being incredibly stylish at the same time. That vehicle is the Mazda3.

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Springtime! How to Prepare Your Car

Springtime with Mazda

With spring just around the corner, it’s time to give your vehicle a little attention. The goal is to make sure it’s ready for the warmer weather and will provide excellent performance in the year to come. Even if the engine got a thorough tune-up last fall, there are things you want to check right now. Here are some examples that should be at the top of your list.

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Mazda Provides Award Winning Safety for the 2019 CX-5

Mazda CX-5 Safety Pick

The Mazda CX-5 is a top pick for crossover lovers who want a vehicle that is safe for them and their families. This is one of the few vehicles on the market with a perfect safety rating. Mazda recently announced that the 2019 CX-5 is a Top Safety Pick because it received a perfect five-star rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) . If you want to learn more about how this crossover will keep you safe, you can keep reading and then come into our dealership for a test drive.

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Can Mazda Idling Stop Technology Be Turned Off?

Mazda Engine Block

If you drive a newer Mazda vehicle, you're probably familiar with its "i-stop" feature. This shuts off your car's engine when you come to a stop and starts it up again when you are ready to move again. It does help to make Mazda vehicles more fuel-efficient, and most people don't find it all that intrusive, but some drivers don't like the idea of having their vehicles shut off whenever they pull up to a stop sign or traffic light. 

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