True, it is unique. I do like it tough. Strange as it may sound, my decision will be between a 3i in Starlight Green or a 3s in Titaium. I like each car for different reasons (not just talking about color), so I guess I'll have to see which "fits" me better...vaBooM said:Im not one to buy a color like that.. kinda reminds me of lima beans.
But it is pretty nice in person. Definately different.
I really would just be using it as a commuter car during the remainder of my college years (of course that would include 180-mile round-trip trips home a couple times a month).vaBooM said:Definately the 3s!
The 2.3l screams.... the breakin really fools you. Makes you think you got no power. But then after 400 or so WHAM... its suddenly faster lol
Yeah, I'm weird like that. :lol: I agree, though. The "s" is worth every extra penny. Have people been saying how much more it costs to insure and "s" versus the "i"?vaBooM said:Wow.. not many are in your situation.
Its usually money that separates the 2. I understand fully what you mean. But the BBD (bigger better deal) is facing towards the S. And then theres color. That is definately 2 sides of the spectrum.
Then again, who knows. Many insurance is higher in the S than the I.
He, he, don't try to look too hard for Mazda3. Both starlight and nordic green are not available in Canada. In the US, they come only in i-trim.I'm trying to think of the amount of vehicles with that minty type green shade and for brand new cars I can't think of a single one on lots around here.