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Ingram Park Mazda Takes Efficiency to the Next Level with the 2013 Mazda3 in San Antonio
2013 Mazda3 in San Antonio Available at Ingram Park Mazda

SAN ANTONIO, Dec. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The winter holidays are coming to a close and drivers across the globe may be feeling the pressure of all of the holiday shopping and feasting that took place. San Antonio shoppers might be looking for a place to save a little money after the seasonal splurges, and San Antonio Mazda dealer, Ingram Park Mazda, has a solution. To remedy the hurt wallets, Ingram Park Mazda suggests the ever-efficient 2013 Mazda3 to earn an impeccable fuel economy. Save money and valuable resources with SkyActiv fuel-saving technology found in the Mazda3.


Outfitted with the automaker's latest, most innovative technology, the 2013 Mazda3 has the ability to reach up to 40 mpg on the highway. Efficiency hasn't truly been mastered until Mazda introduced its groundbreaking SkyActiv technology suite. With a lightweight 2.0-liter engine, the Mazda3 not only saves on fuel, it also saves the vehicle from stress, wear, and tear. As a result, the compact vehicle performs much more smoothly.

An aerodynamic exterior also lends itself to the vehicle's overall efficiency. Wind tunnel tested, the Mazda3 has been designed to minimize drag and provide drivers with a breathtakingly clean and green ride. Now, the vehicle produces 15 percent less emissions while still delivering 155 horsepower and 148 lb-ft or torque. The automaker has found a way to bring power and fuel efficiency together into one vehicle without making a single compromise.

For a vehicle that offers exceptional precision, rigidity, efficiency, performance and agility look to the 2013 Mazda3. Ingram Park Mazda makes only the best Mazda in San Antonio and used cars in San Antonio available for its drivers.

Media Contact: Gary Wiley Ingram Park Mazda, 210-381-7532,

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