An early look at a 2015 Mazda3 showroom.
This year’s Mazda3 was a bit of a step down from last year’s model, but Mazda made the most of it.
We got to see some new, redesigned parts, including the suspension and tires.
The Mazda3 is still one of the more affordable midsize SUVs on the market, with the lowest prices, but it also has some compromises.
Mazda says that it’s going to offer two different tires in the 2018 model, which means that there will be a variety of choices.
The most popular are the 245/35R19 and 245/30R18 tires, which should be pretty good options.
Both are good choices, but the 225/35W20 tire is a bit too expensive.
The other option is the 225W20 Tire, which will have a $20 premium over the 235/30W20.
If you’re looking for an affordable, easy-to-drive, fuel-efficient, and fun ride, the 225-mile range of the 225 W20 is probably the better choice.
If, however, you’re on a tight budget, you can save $15 and buy the 245-65W20, which is the same as the 245W20 and offers better fuel economy.
As far as the suspension, Mazda says the suspension will be the same, but there will only be three different styles.
The standard suspension will feature coilovers and spring preload, with coilovers for the front axle and coilovers on the rear axle.
The dual-shock system will be available in either coilovers or shocks, with both options offering spring preloads up to 30 pounds.
Both shock options will offer adjustable ride height.
Both shocks will offer a 12-inch suspension with coilover shocks and a 12.5-inch shock with a coilover.
There are no plans for the 3-inch front suspension.
The 3-liter twin-turbocharged, two-cylinder engine in the Mazda3 will be able to go from 0-60 mph in 3.7 seconds, and will reach 62 mph in 6.1 seconds.
The engine will also feature a six-speed manual transmission, which we will review later this week.
The 2.0-liter turbocharged engine will be powered by a 1.5 liter engine and will produce 160 horsepower and 155 pound-feet of torque.
The EPA-estimated fuel economy is rated at 18 mpg city/30 mpg highway.
Both the tires and suspension are going to be available with two different sizes.
The 235/35M25 tire will offer 265/30M25, and the 225M25 will offer 275/30K25.
Both tires are good for around 50 miles per gallon, so you won’t have to worry about gas prices.
The 225W30 Tire, meanwhile, will be rated at 225/25M25.
It will be offered in three different colors, including black, silver, and yellow.
If the 235W30 tire is too expensive for you, you may want to pick up a 275W30W, which offers 265/25W30M.
Mazda will also offer two suspension upgrades: the Sport Package, which includes an adaptive suspension, and an active suspension, which uses electronic stability control.
The Sport Package will offer an adjustable suspension with a spring preamp, coilover springs, and shock absorbers.
There will also be an adaptive damping system, which Mazda says will offer better damping characteristics for longer driving.
The Active Suspension Package will include an adjustable damping control system, and a hydraulic damping unit.
The active suspension will offer four wheel drive, a three-link suspension, two front and two rear coilovers, and front and rear shock absorbs.
The three-linked suspension includes coilover front and coilover rear springs, which offer a higher amount of rebound damping.
The suspension can be upgraded with an optional Active Suspend Package.
There is also a six wheel drive option, which makes it even easier to go faster.
If your budget is a little higher, the Sport package can be found with a six tire package and three shock packages.
The new suspension includes new coilover spring preamps, coilovers with adjustable dampers, and coil-over shocks.
Mazda has also made some upgrades to the steering, which improves the steering feel, as well as the braking and throttle response.
The 2018 Mazda3 has a powertrain that’s mostly unchanged from last years model, including a new six-cylindered, liquid-cooled engine that has the same six-liter V6 engine that powers the 2016 Mazda3.
The powerplant is rated for up to 215 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 250 lb-ft of torque at 4,500 rpm.
The performance of the Mazda 3 is rated as being a little more than the