Welcome to Oxmoor Mazda Dealership in Louisville
Our goal is to make your car buying experience the best possible. Oxmoor Mazda's virtual dealership offers a wide variety of new Mazdas, Certified Pre-Owned Mazda vehicles and used cars for sale. You can also find great Mazda incentives, service specials, and Mazda parts savings. We are conveniently located in Louisville, KY and also serve Lexington, KY and Elizabethtown, KY.
If you're looking to purchase your new dream car, you've come to the right place. At Oxmoor Mazda we pride ourselves on being the most reliable and trustworthy Mazda dealer around. Our inventory is filled with some of the sweetest rides you've ever seen!
The Louisville Car Dealership You Can Count On
We're the kind of dealership that takes the time and listens to the wants and needs of our clients. Our customer service and sales team understandthat buying a new car or used car is a process that takes a certain amount of careful consideration.
It's a lot to wrap your head around but at Oxmoor Mazda we do our best to make the car buying experience an easy one. We're a car dealer that helps you decide exactly what you're looking for. We won't ever make a sale that will leave you unhappy. We take pride in being a dealership that strives for 100% customer satisfaction.
There are several important factors to take into account when choosing a car:
- How many people do you drive with every day?
- How far do you drive on a daily basis?
- What kind of terrain or traffic do you need to tackle?
- What does your gasoline budget look like?
- Are you looking for a sports car or would you prefer a family friendly vehicle?
- How much money are you looking to spend on your new car?
- Do you need financial assistance?
Mazdas For Everyone
At Oxmoor Mazda we cater to a variety of clientile. Our staff understands that all of our clients have different financial situations and have done our best to ensure that our cars come in a variety of different shapes and sizes, and that their price tags vary as well. We not only have an amazing selection of brand new cars but have also acquired an impressive selection of pre-owned vehicles that are just as fantastic.
Because our customers are so important to us, we'll also take the time to find you some great auto financing options if you need them. At some point in our lives we all need a little financial boost, and at Oxmoor Mazda we do our best to find a reasonable loan that enables you to purchase the car you've always dreamed of.
If you would like to get in touch with us please don't hesitate to give us a call at (502) 442-7139 or stop by for a visit.
The Mazda3 has a powerful engine, upscale cabin, and sporty handling. Test drivers say that the redesigned 2014 Mazda3 competes with cars at much higher price points. The Mazda3 won the 2014 Best Compact Car for the Money award, as well as the 2014 Best Compact Car and Best Hatchback for Families awards.
The Mazda3 comes standard with a six-speed manual transmission and a four-cylinder engine that auto critics say provides enough power around town. A more powerful four-cylinder engine is available, and some test drivers prefer the additional vigor that it provides. A six-speed automatic transmission is available, and is said to have smoother shifting with both the manual and automatic transmissions. The EPA reports that the 2014 Mazda3 gets up to 30/41 MPG (city/highway), which is excellent for the segment. No matter which engine you choose, terrific handling and crisp steering make the Mazda3 one of the most fun-to-drive models in the class.
Reviews boast that the Mazda3’s upscale interior materials and sleek design make it feel like a more expensive car. Test drivers found the seats comfortable and supportive and the spacious cabin has enough head- and legroom to accommodate most adults, even in the back seat. However, the sedan has a small trunk compared with rivals like the Chevy Cruze. The Mazda3 comes standard with a four-speaker stereo, USB and auxiliary inputs and push-button start. Optional features include Bluetooth phone and audio streaming, a CD player, a head-up display, a rearview camera, keyless entry, a 7-inch touch screen, navigation, dual-zone automatic climate control, a nine-speaker Bose sound system, satellite radio and a moonroof. Available safety and driver-assistance features include lane departure warning, forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control and blind spot monitoring. Test drivers agree that the Mazda3’s controls and features are straightforward, including the optional infotainment system, which they say is a cinch to use.
The 2015 Mazda6’s four-cylinder engine has lots of power and good acceleration, according to critics. A six-speed manual is standard, and test drivers love its light clutch and accurate shifts. Reviewers say the Mazda6’s optional six-speed automatic delivers fast gear changes. According to the EPA, the 2015 Mazda6 gets 26/38 MPG (city/highway) with the automatic transmission, which is very good for the class. Test drivers agree that the Mazda6 is more athletic than most of its rivals, and they like its responsive brakes and sharp steering. Automotive journalists like that the 2015 Mazda6 has high-end interior materials and a straightforward cabin design, but a few think it looks too plain. Critics note that the Mazda6’s seats are supportive and comfortable over long distances. They add that the Mazda6 has more rear-seat head- and legroom than most competitors, as well as a fairly spacious trunk. Reviewers say most of the Mazda6’s interior controls are easy to use. Standard features in the 2015 Mazda6 include cloth upholstery, push-button start, a six-speaker audio system and auxiliary and USB inputs. Base models with the automatic transmission also come standard with a rearview camera, a 5.8-inch touch-screen display, Bluetooth, HD Radio, voice-activated audio controls and hands-free text messaging capability. Other available features include leather upholstery, heated front seats, power-adjustable front seats, a moonroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, adaptive cruise control, an 11-speaker Bose surround-sound audio system, satellite radio, navigation, blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning, forward obstruction warning, low-speed automatic braking and rear cross traffic alert.
New Mazda CX5
If you're looking for a sporty compact SUV that is fun to drive, gets good fuel economy and has plenty of passenger space, reviewers agree that the 2015 Mazda CX-5 fits the bill.
With its standard 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, reviewers agree that the 2015 CX-5's acceleration is quite lackluster. Most prefer models equipped with the larger 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, saying the added power gives the CX-5 more punch for passing on the highway. A six-speed manual transmission is standard with the base engine and a six-speed automatic is available, which reviewers say shifts quickly and smoothly. The 2015 CX-5 returns up to 26/35 MPG (city/highway), according to the EPA, which is good for the class. Many test drivers praise the CX-5 as being one of the most fun-to-drive SUVs in the segment, with agile handling, responsive steering and brakes that offer better pedal feel than most rivals. Most critics say that its ride quality is comfortable as well.
Test drivers write that the Mazda CX-5's cabin has a clean design and is built with mostly high-quality materials. Although it isn't class-leading, the CX-5's cargo capacity is on par for the class and reviewers find the space useful. A four-speaker stereo with an auxiliary input and USB port is standard. Bluetooth, an upgraded Bose stereo system, HD Radio, navigation, a moonroof, blind spot monitoring, a rearview camera and low-speed automatic braking are optional.
New Mazda CX-9
The CX-9 is powered by a V6 engine that auto writers say has ample power for both city driving and highway passing. Power is routed through a six-speed automatic transmission that is praised for its quick shifts. Fuel economy is up to an EPA-estimated 17/24 MPG (city/highway), which is great for the class. Reviewers praise the CX-9 for its athletic handling, which they think makes it one of the most engaging SUVs to drive in the segment. Reviewers also say the CX-9’s ride quality is refined, though some caution that models with the optional 20-inch wheels can ride a bit harshly. The CX-9’s brakes are praised for offering plenty of stopping power, and test drivers like the CX-9’s responsive steering system. The CX-9 comes with standard features that include tri-zone automatic climate control, a six-speaker stereo and Bluetooth. Major options include a backup camera, navigation, a 10- or 11-speaker Bose stereo system, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert and rear parking sensors.
Test drivers say the Mazda2 handles nimbly and is one of the more enjoyable hatchbacks to drive thanks to its razor-sharp steering and responsive brakes. Equipped with the automatic, the Mazda2 gets an EPA-estimated 28/34 MPG (city/highway), which is OK for the class. As with most affordable subcompacts, the 2014 Mazda2’s cabin is basic and uses hard plastics, but auto writers say that quality upholstery and a simple, uncluttered design give it a touch of class. The front seats are quite supportive, they say, but the rear seats are small even by subcompact car standards. The Mazda2 comes with a four-speaker CD audio system, an auxiliary input, a USB port and keyless entry. Optional features include Bluetooth, cruise control and a six-speaker audio system.
New Mazda MX-5 Miata
Few sports cars can touch the 2014 Mazda Miata for sheer driving pleasure, test drivers say, and its low base price makes it an appealing option.
The Mazda MX-5 Miata may have one of the least powerful four-cylinder engines in the class, but automotive writers note that it’s a responsive engine that provides enough juice to propel the lightweight car with a surprising amount of pep. A five-speed manual transmission is standard, and both a six-speed manual and six-speed automatic are available. Test drivers love the six-speed manual for its short, precise shifts. The base Miata gets up an EPA-estimated 22/28 MPG (city/highway), which is better than the fuel economy of rivals like the Ford Mustang, but not as good as the Mini Cooper Roadster’s estimates. Test drivers say the Miata proves that sports cars don’t need to break the sound barrier to deliver a fun ride. The Miata is pure joy to drive, they say, offering razor-sharp handling and quick, precise steering.
Automotive journalists say the 2014 Mazda Miata's cabin has a functional layout, with clear gauges and dash controls that are easy to figure out. Standard features include a six-speaker CD audio system and an auxiliary audio input. Options include automatic climate control, Bluetooth phone connectivity, cruise control, push-button start, satellite radio and a Bose audio system.
Though the 2014 Mazda Mazda5 lacks the cargo space of its larger rivals, reviewers agree that it’s fun driving dynamics and low price make it a compelling choice. Because it has the best combination of positive reviews, price and long-term ownership costs in its class, we named the 2014 Mazda5 the Best Minivan for the Money.
The Mazda5 has a four-cylinder engine, which some test drivers say can feel a bit underpowered. A six-speed manual transmission is standard and a five-speed automatic is optional. Critics agree that the manual transmission makes the 2014 Mazda5 fun to drive, and that the automatic transmission shifts quickly and smoothly. The 2014 Mazda5 gets up to an EPA-estimated 22/28 MPG (city/highway), which is exceptional for the class. Automotive journalists agree that the Mazda5’s small size makes it feel quick and agile around town, though a few note that its ride isn't as smooth as other minivan’s rides. Reviewers say the steering system provides quick responses and excellent feedback, and they note the Mazda5’s small turning radius makes it easy to drive in crowded parking lots.
Most reviewers say the Mazda5 has a simple interior with a contemporary, functional design. Test drivers think that the front seats are comfortable, though they say taller drivers might want more legroom. They write that the second-row captain’s chairs are very comfortable and spacious and they say the third row is suitable for children only. The 2014 Mazda5 comes standard with automatic climate control, a six-speaker stereo, an auxiliary input and a USB port. Options include leather seats, Bluetooth phone connectivity with music streaming, a moonroof, rear backup sensors and heated side mirrors. Critics say that the Mazda5’s features are easy to use.
Certified Pre-Owned Mazda Vehicles
Oxmoor Mazda has an extensive selection of Certified Pre-Owned Mazda vehicles for you to choose from. When you decide to buy Certified, you’ll get some additional reassurance from us at no additional charge! You’ll have the confidence to greet every turn, on-ramp and green light with the wild abandon of a Mazda owner.
It all starts with extreme standards that ensure only well-maintained late-model vehicles are even considered to make the cut. And if a vehicle’s got what it takes, it then faces a rigorous 150-point inspection. Major and minor components are scrutinized, and only then, after it passes the inspection, is the Mazda ready to pass everything in its path. Stringent? Yes. It’s why a Certified Pre-Owned vehicle offers the certified thrill of owning a Mazda at a pre-owned value.
Check out the largest selection of Certified Pre-owned Mazda's in Louisville Kentucky.
- 12-Month/12,000-Mile Limited Warranty*
- 7-Year/100,000-Mile Limited Powertrain Warranty†
- Zero Deductible on Covered Repairs
- 24-Hour Emergency Roadside Assistance
- 150-Point Detailed Inspection
- AutoCheck® Vehicle History Report
- Available Extended Coverage
- Transferable Benefits
*Coverage begins on the certified purchase date for 12 months/12,000 miles,
whichever comes first. †Coverage begins from the original retail sales date
and covers 7 years/100,000 miles, whichever comes first.
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