Honda Civic vs MAZDA3

DARE TO COMPARE
Honda Civic vs. Mazda3
Honda Civic
Mazda3
At a Glance: Civic vs. Mazda3

Imagine your drives in Marlton, Mt Laurel, and Cherry Hill for just one moment. Are they what you want them to be? It’s possible you may be in the market for that next car. In that case, it’s time to take the wheel.

Our team at Burns Honda is here to see how these compact sedans compare. It’s the 2022 Honda Civic vs. Mazda3. Let’s see what they have to offer in terms of performance and technology.

PASSENGER VOLUME

PASSENGER VOLUME

99 cu. ft. | 92.8 cu. ft.
Civic vs Mazda3
EPA est-MPG

EPA est-MPG1

31 CITY | 28 CITY
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SOUND SYSTEM

SOUND SYSTEM

12 speakers | 12 speakers
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Which is the Right Vehicle for You?
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FUEL ECONOMY
Honda Civic
Which Sedan Offers Greater Fuel Efficiency?

If you’re looking for a smaller sedan, there’s a good chance you care deeply about fuel economy. Compare the 2022 Honda Civic vs. Mazda3, and you’ll quickly see these cars are capable fuel savers.

With the base trim of the 2022 Honda Civic, you’ll benefit from a capable yet efficient engine. The 2022 Civic LX delivers an EPA-estimated 31 city/40 highway MPG1 to ensure you’re staying away from the gas station as much as possible.1 This is the kind of fuel economy drivers with long commutes are looking for, but even if you have a short commute, the Civic is still fun to drive.

While also fun to drive, the Mazda3 isn’t as efficient as the Civic. The base model with front-wheel drive only achieves an EPA-estimated 28 city/36 highway MPG, which can leave you with more stops at the pump during the work week.

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INTERIOR
Honda Civic
Interior Space in Both

Space matters, particularly when you’re looking at a couple of sporty sedans. We’re talking about more than just fitting the Civic or the Mazda3 in your driveway or garage, though. It’s also all about the space you’ll have inside your car once you’re using it for your daily drives.

There’s little doubt the Mazda3 makes the most of its interior space. After all, with 92.8 cubic feet of passenger volume, this is a roomy car. The Civic simply does it better, though, with 99 cubic feet of passenger volume to work with in the base trim and up to 96.6 cubic feet in the EX and Touring trims.

Cargo space is another vital factor to think about. It’s important that you have space for those backpacks, groceries, luggage, and whatever else you’re carrying along for the ride. Seek out a Civic and you’ll soon see its 14.8 cubic feet of cargo room outpaces the Mazda3, which only offers 13.2 cubic feet.

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TECHNOLOGY
Honda Civic
Top-Notch Technology

It’s nice to have technology you’re able to rely on during each drive. In that case, the connectivity features in the 2022 Honda Civic and the Mazda3 can be a big help.

Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ integration are found in each car. With this smartphone technology, it’s easy to connect to the screen in the center stack and find instant access to your favorite features on your phone. From text messages to music and navigation, it’s all there in front of you.

To ensure that your favorite songs sound crisp and clear, consider upgrading to a more powerful sound system. Both the Civic and the Mazda3 are available with a 12-speaker Bose® Premium Sound System that ensures your music, audiobooks, and podcasts sound crystal clear.

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The Civic Surges Ahead!
Honda Civic

Ready to take a test drive? You’ve already checked out our helpful 2022 Honda Civic vs. Mazda3 review, so you know the Civic is the better choice for your needs. Now, all that’s left to do is to get your hands on it. Visit Burns Honda to take a test drive near Marlton, Mt Laurel, and Cherry Hill.

We look forward to meeting you here at our showroom!

All of the tools you need to move forward with experiencing a new 2022 Honda Civic for yourself are conveniently available right here online.

[1] 31 city/40 highway/35 combined mpg rating for LX. 30 city/37 highway/33 combined mpg rating for Sport. 33 city/42 highway/36 combined mpg rating for EX. 31 city/38 highway/34 combined mpg rating for Touring. Based on 2022 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.