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Mazda Comparisons

Looking for a New Car or SUV? Mazda Offers Great Options

You've known for a while that it was time to look for a new car, but you've been putting off the decision. Why? Well, while the internet can be a great tool and help you find lots of useful information, sometimes it helps you find too much information. You started by reading a few online articles and then stumbled onto some review sites. From there you watched videos, followed blogs written by automotive experts and browsed some online car forums. You chatted with friends in person and on social media sites about their best/worst cars and gleaned some helpful information.

The problem is that now you have a surplus of information … and still no cut and dried answers about which car is best for you to buy.

At University Mazda we can help. In fact, that's the purpose of this page: to compare different top models against Mazda brand cars and SUVs and give you the inside scoop on why one of our vehicles is the best choice. If you're a diehard Toyota fan or a true Honda fanatic, you may not be interested in a Mazda and that's fine. But if you're willing to have an open mind and give the Mazda brand a try, we think you'll be swayed.

Pleasant surprises await you whether you test drive a Mazda3, a Mazda CX-9 Grand Touring SUV or any of our other new inventory.

Here, we'll show you honest comparisons of Mazda models against some of its top competitors. Conveniently located in one spot, our comparisons will allow you to get an overview of each featured model.

Of course, to get the true feeling for a vehicle, we highly suggest coming to our dealership in person. Here, you can browse our lot, ask us any questions about our inventory or competitive finance rates, and take the all-important test drive.

Located conveniently in Albuquerque, NM, we are proud to serve drivers from this area as well as the surrounding areas of Rio Rancho, South Valley, Santa Fe and Los Lunas, NM.