2017 Mazda3 vs. 2017 Mitsubishi Lancer

There are plenty of items to consider when you’re getting ready to purchase a brand-new vehicle. If you don’t need a lot of space, or you’re looking to save money on fuel, a sedan may be just what you’re after. Several brands provide shoppers with great sedan options, but when it comes to finding the option that’s right for you, it can get a little tricky. That’s why we’ve put together a comparison of the 2017 Mazda3 and 2017 Mitsubishi Lancer.

Mazda and Mitsubishi are two of the auto world’s most esteemed brands, and both have great sedan options in the Mazda3 and Lancer models. Mazda’s Mazda3 is one of the more popular models from the brand, and it offers plenty of impressive features and specifications. From the other side, the Mitsubishi Lancer is also a model that has stood the test of time and remains one of Mitsubishi’s more popular models. If you’re curious to learn more about how these sedans stack up, read on.

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2017 Mazda3 vs. 2017 Mitsubishi Lancer
2.0-Liter Inline 4 Base Engine 2.0-Liter Inline 4
155 Horsepower Engine Output 148 Horsepower
12.4 cu. ft. Cargo Capacity 12.3 cu. ft.
Standard Bluetooth Standard

Engine options, cargo space and technology features

Both sedans are similar in the sense that they offer the same base engine, but different in the sense that the engines output different numbers. The Mazda3 adds a little more oomph to the drive, but not much. In terms of cargo capacity, the models are also similar. The real area where the models differ is in the technology that’s offered on the base level.

Both vehicles offer standard Bluetooth, as well as an HD radio - so, those who enjoy on-road entertainment will definitely not have to suffer. If you’re looking for a model with more advanced technology - like Keyless Ignition - the Mazda3 offers it as a standard on the base model.

2017 Mazda3 front view
2017 Mazda3 interior
2017 Mitsubishi Lancer wheel
2017 Mitsubishi Lancer front view

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