Mazda Lowers Price of 2025 Mazda3 Hatchback to $26,135

2025 Mazda3 (Mazda)

Mazda is defying industry norms by reducing the prices of its 2025 Mazda3 sedan and hatchback. The entry-level 2.5 S trim for the sedan now starts at $25,135, a $220 reduction from last year.

The hatchback’s base model sees a more weighty $740 price cut, starting at $26,135. However, all other trims for the hatchback now cost $300 more than before.

2025 Mazda3 (Mazda)

The Mazda3 lineup also gets some important updates, including the integration of Amazon Alexa and Mazda Online Navigation. The Select Sport sedan starts at $25,875, while the mid-tier Preferred model sees a modest $150 price increase to $27,525. Other trims see a $350 price bump, with the top-spec Turbo Premium Plus listed at $36,985.

Powertrain options remain unchanged, with a 191-hp naturally aspirated 2.5-liter four-cylinder paired with a six-speed automatic transmission.

A six-speed manual is available on the five-door Premium trim, offering drivers a more engaging driving experience. For those seeking more power, a 250-hp 2.5-liter turbo four is available, paired with all-wheel drive for enhanced traction and control.

With its competitive pricing and updated features, the 2025 Mazda3 is poised to attract a new generation of drivers seeking a fun-to-drive, technologically advanced vehicle.

The hatchbacks will arrive at dealerships this summer, with the sedans following in early fall. This move by Mazda is likely to shake up the compact car market, making the Mazda3 an even more attractive option for those seeking a reliable and feature-packed vehicle.