Concord, NH (PRWEB) July 03, 2013
Grappone Mazda in Concord, NH is excited to announce that they are going to be receiving the 2014 Mazda 3 in September of this year. The Mazda 3 was unveiled on June 26 in New York City. The car has been redesigned from the inside out and hopes to have the best in class fuel economy.
Mazda is calling the new design Kodo, which means soul of motion. Grappone Mazda is ready to embrace the Kodo design and share it with their guests that also have soul.
Mazda is still offering a hatchback and sedan version of the Mazda 3. The 4-cylinder engine will come in two sizes, 2.0 or 2.5 Liter, the same as the 2013 model. Similar to the Mazda 6, the Mazda 3 will come with a standard manual transmission with an option to have an automatic six-speed SKYACTIV transmission. Grappone Mazda will have both options available to their guests.
The 2013 Mazda 3 already gets 30 MPG and the 2014’s MPG is expected to increase. For the first time, Mazda has put shutters on the grille to help increase the aerodynamics in the Mazda 3, which is one way that they are able to improve the car’s fuel economy.
Another way Mazda has enhanced the fuel economy was by incorporating the i-ELOOP regenerative brake system. This system uses capacitors instead of batteries. The regenerative brake system helps power accessories in the car. Living in New Hampshire requires a lot of driving, Grappone knows its guests will appreciate being able to save money on gas with the Mazda 3. Owners will not only save on gas but they will save on state inspections. Grappone Mazda gives Free NH State Inspections for the life of the car when you buy the 2014 Mazda 3.
By having the 2014 Mazda 3 available, Grappone Mazda has another way to give back to their community. Grappone is proud that they can provide another car that is new, has great fuel economy, advanced technology, safety features and has a luxury feeling to their guests.
There are plenty of accessories inside the car for the regenerative brake system to help power. The Mazda 3 features text-to-voice technology. This feature enables drivers to have their emails, text, Facebook updates and tweets read to them. If a driver has to look at a screen there is one that flips up on the dashboard which allows drivers to keep their eyes on the road. Grappone Mazda is a fan of this feature since the safety of their guests is important.
Founded in 1924, Grappone Automotive Group is family owned and operated and is in its fourth generation of ownership. For more information please visit http://www.grapponemazda.com.