Mazdas are made fun to drive, so why start your ownership experience at a dealership that’s going to slow you down? Instead, you can shop with AAA Car Buying and avoid dealerships altogether. Our expert consultants can come to your home or work to handle the whole process, or you can stop in at one of the many local AAA branches. Of course, you’re more than welcome at our Phoenix showroom, too. Wherever we seal the deal, you’ll be treated right with superior customer service, smart pricing, and great financing rates that are available right through our secure online application.


Our goal is to save our customers time and money in every aspect of the purchase process, and it starts with highly competitive pricing on high-quality cars that cost a lot less than new ones. For example, the typical new car can easily lose some 20% of its value to depreciation alone during its first year on the road. By the time five years have gone by, depreciation rates can top 60%. And that’s the case even if the pre-owned car in question is in excellent condition. The used Mazdas for sale in Phoenix can also help you save on your next biggest expense when buying a vehicle: insurance coverage. Here the lower value of pre-owned cars means they cost less to insure than new ones even with the exact same equipment.

The AAA Car Buying team can also leverage its extensive experience in the retail automotive industry to find high-quality pre-owned models that are up to both our rigorous standards and yours. For next-level confidence in our used vehicles, you can get a used-car history report with neutral third-party information about past owners, previous service records, open recalls, and more.

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Thanks to the digital revolution, today’s cars and trucks can offer an amazing range of technologies to make driving more convenient and more fun. Further, whether it’s advanced driver-assistance systems, sophisticated connectivity, or intelligent infotainment resources, these advantages are also available in many of the used Mazdas for sale in Phoenix right now. Looking for luxury? You can find that here as well. (Note: Exact features may vary by model and year.)

  • Drive with peace of mind knowing Mazda’s i-Activsense suite of safety technologies can protect you with adaptive cruise control, front/rear automatic emergency braking, blind- spot monitoring, a driver attention monitor, lane-keeping assistance, and more.
  • Phoenix drivers with fast-paced lifestyles will appreciate the quick connectivity you can enjoy with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, WiFi compatibility, and wireless charging.
  • Monitor your most important vehicle information with head-up displays, generously sized touchscreens, and digital instrument panels.
  • Pre-owned Mazda can elevate your ownership experience with first-class amenities such as leather heated/ventilated seats, heated leather steering wheels, LED lighting, Bose audio, and real wood accents.


AAA Car Buying always tries to stock its showroom with the used Mazdas that Phoenix owners most prefer. As to the exact models we carry, that can change on a daily basis as we also strive to keep our inventory fresh. The good news is that we specialize in leveraging our network of sources and aggressively negotiate on your behalf to find you exactly the pre-owned Mazda that best fits your specific needs and budget. Recent Mazdas you may like include:

  • The Mazda MX-5 Miata sports car is an icon of open-air driving with rear-wheel drive, impeccable handling, and a classic design. To top it off, you can choose between hard or soft convertible roofs!
  • Mazda SUVs, including the CX-3, CX-30, CX-5, CX-7, and three-row CX-9, are dynamic machines that combine zoomy driving dynamics with athletic capability, stylish designs, and the technology you need to stay in touch while on the move.
  • The Mazda3 — sold in sedan and hatchback body styles — is an award-winning compact that compels your attention with its brisk performance and premium good looks.
  • A midsize sedan that makes mainstream cars seem boring, the Mazda6 is a lively performer with an uplevel cabin, an expressive appearance, the brand’s signature approach to sporty driving dynamics.
  • Older Mazda models such as the RX-7/RX-8 rotary-engine sports car and the Mazda5 mini-minivan are distinctive alternatives with distinct advantages of their own.


The Mazda origin story actually starts with a Japanese cork factory that was founded in Hiroshima in 1920. When corking making didn’t work out, the company tried its hand at machine tools, which in turn led to the creation of the 1931 Mazda-go — essentially a motorized tricycle with a small cargo box mounted on the back. (The “Mazda” name came from a West Asian god of intelligence, harmony, and wisdom.)

Mazda made its first passenger car in 1960 and invested heavily in rotary engines soon after. Although these powerplants weren’t very efficient and fell out of favor during the 1970s oil crisis, they did give Mazda a unique selling point. (It’s additionally worth noting that Mazda won the 1991 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race with a rotary-powered car.) Mazda also entered into a long-term partnership with Ford in the 1970s, with Mazda platforms underpinning cars like the Ford Escort and Probe. The collaboration came to an end during the first decade of the 2000s, but not before setting the stage for Mazda’s current run of success.

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