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Mazda 3 Venture 1.6d 2013


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Hello everyone. I am thrilled to be joining you as a Mazda 3 proprietor. Now in my fourth week of ownership, I am gradually becoming more acquainted with my scarlet Mazda 3 1.6d Venture Edition. I would have preferred the Dolphin Grey, but I had to consider the vehicle's age, mileage, price, distance from the dealership, etc.

This Mazda is the newest vehicle I've ever possessed, as all of my previous vehicles are over 10 years old. Consequently, I must state that I am appreciating the 'luxury' devices such as climate control, auto lighting, built-in satellite navigation, parking sensor, etc. I have not yet had the opportunity to utilise the heated seats! I am also quite impressed by the car's sound system, which is of much higher quality than I anticipated.

The DPF problem is a concern for me as the owner of this vehicle. My daily commute distance is thirty miles. In addition, I travel distances of 100 miles or more every two weeks. After perusing numerous forum and online posts, I am still uncertain as to whether this is sufficient for regeneration. I've been attempting to keep the engine above 1,750 rpm out of precaution.

Regardless, here is an image of my pride and delight. If you have any advice for a prospective Mazda owner, please share it with me.

Cheers

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A few days ago, did no one remark on the number of red limited editions that wind up on this forum? What's the next one? lol. I'm a bit of a premature curmudgeon, as I haven't received mine yet, but it's almost here >:D. If you cannot wait, you will not be the youngest child on the block either O0 

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The venture version wasn't limited, but the Takuya seems to have been. However, based on how many are still on the road, there are just over 900 diesel ventures and 2.2k gas ventures ever recorded, making it a lot rarer than the Takuya. For comparison, there are currently 42,000 "limited editions" of the gas Corsa that have been registered.


Nice car, and I like the colour red.

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2 minutes ago, diablos_carcv5 said:

The venture version wasn't limited, but the Takuya seems to have been. However, based on how many are still on the road, there are just over 900 diesel ventures and 2.2k gas ventures ever recorded, making it a lot rarer than the Takuya. For comparison, there are currently 42,000 "limited editions" of the gas Corsa that have been registered.


Nice car, and I like the colour red.

Yes, I saw your post regarding your new car's impending arrival. With all of the tracking photographs, you seem to be really thrilled. That, I suppose, is the main difference between purchasing a new automobile and a used one.

Have fun with your countdown; I'm sure we'll all be getting frequent updates from you.
 

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4 minutes ago, diablos_carcv5 said:

The venture version wasn't limited, but the Takuya seems to have been. However, based on how many are still on the road, there are just over 900 diesel ventures and 2.2k gas ventures ever recorded, making it a lot rarer than the Takuya. For comparison, there are currently 42,000 "limited editions" of the gas Corsa that have been registered.


Nice car, and I like the colour red.

Just 900 high-octane diesels! I guess I'd best hope I don't wreck the automobile and need any replacement components.

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5 minutes ago, QuirkyPixel said:

Yes, I saw your post regarding your new car's impending arrival. With all of the tracking photographs, you seem to be really thrilled. That, I suppose, is the main difference between purchasing a new automobile and a used one.

Have fun with your countdown; I'm sure we'll all be getting frequent updates from you.
 

90% of the difference is that I've been forced to wait for this paint to dry, whereas you simply tallied up, paid your money, and departed minutes later with your new prized possession. Only 10% indicate that it is brand new... I am aware of at least two identical spec ex demonstrators within a reasonable distance that I could have purchased for roughly the same price that I negotiated with the vendor. To obtain the original warranty, :o???::):-[been:-X:- >:D worth:'(:o:o:o 😎 the??? delay, I believe >:(;D 😠 on the whole... 

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