Not sure which 2007 Mazda 3 Cold Air Intakes are right for you? We have over 13977 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"As soon as I installed this product I could feel the difference! The install process took about 45 minutes to a hour for me because I have never really done anything like this before. Sounds great and the performance increase was even sweeter. The only con I could think of was that they didn't offer the blue color for my car :(" —Mario G from Mcallen, TX bought a K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems for a 2007 Mazda 3.
"I purchased this for my son's car. He has a 2005 Mazda 3, 5-speed hathback. Had it professionally installed so can't comment on the installation, but you can definetly tell a difference. You can actually hear it sucking in air, makes his exhaust sound deeper too!. Not sure about the gas mileage yet, but feels like it has more horse power especially between 2nd, 3rd & 4th gears." —Ramona F from Rineyville, KY bought a K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems for a 2007 Mazda 3.
"I bought a new Mazda 3 and put this on it along with straight exhausts. Combined, I spent ~ $340. With just the cold air intake, power gains and better mileage are most notable on the highway. After about a month, I'm getting about a 7-8mpg gain on the highway. These modifications pay for themselves within a year. I had to take my car to a mechanic to install the cold air intake (I didn't have blocks to put it on), and installing both took about an hour of labor (+$65)." —Mitch H from Norman, OK bought an AEM Cold Air Intake System for a 2007 Mazda 3.
"Wow... that's all i can really say. My MS3 was crazy fast, now its insanely fast. I've put aftermarket intakes on all my cars, but never had the $ for a K&N. Since i got the mazdaspeed 3, i had to get the best intake this time. It was only available in the short ram version, but i don't care, it sounds like someone would get sucked into my car if they stand too close. I would imagine any car with a turbo would get the same effect. Prolly got atleast 15-20 hp. It estimates 25.68 hp for my car (not typical for most cars). The silver color i got matched the color of my car almost exactly. Worth every penny and i paid about $300 with 10% discount." —Brandon M from Anderson, IN bought a K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems for a 2007 Mazda 3.
"Overall, I'm really happy with the product. It took a few good hours to install, but it may be easier for someone who has more experience with installing intakes (this was my first one). I noticed improvements right away. This is a great product." —Tim F from Steubenville, OH bought an AEM Cold Air Intake System for a 2007 Mazda 3.
"When i purchased the unit for my 07 MazdaSpeed 3I was expecting a performance gain which I got. But what I didn't realize was the shear thrill I get listening to the engine sucking air into itself. It sounds amazing almost like a small blower instead of a turbo." —Bob R from Parker, CO bought a K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems for a 2007 Mazda 3.
"I recently installed this cold air intake to my mazdaspeed 3. Firstly the installation was straight forward and a breeze to do. Then came the testing and I was speechless with the improved performance. All I can say is money well spent." —Everol B from Margate, FL bought an Injen SP Series Cold Air Intake for a 2007 Mazda 3.
"great looking intake , no CEL , perfect sound (not too loud/not too quiet) more power from around 4000 rpms an all the way to 6000 rpms.Is it just me ?.....but with the intake as the only mod the car feels like it has less power around 3000 rpms and it doesn't respond right away when I gas it at low rpms. I had K&N drop in before , the car responded much quicker to accelerations! 2007 mazdaspeed3" —Mircea C from Prospect Heights, IL bought a K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems for a 2007 Mazda 3.
"Installation use very few tools. Nothing more than a flathead screwdriver, 10mm sockets, a few extensions for one bolt and common sense. Rewards your speed3 with a definite power increase, and a respectable sound." —Christopher S from Tracy, CA bought an AEM Cold Air Intake System for a 2007 Mazda 3.
"It is worth the money......My sons love the boost in power so do I ..." —Marc A from Naperville, IL bought a K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems for a 2007 Mazda 3.
"I am now getting 44 miles per gallon highway at a constant 65 miles an hour. RPM's are 500 lower at that speed than they were before. Having a Mazda 3 2.0 standard shift is a good start. the typhoon is icing on the cake. I had previously put on a Magnaflow exhaust system" —Joseph W from Kansas City, MO bought a K&N 69 Series Typhoon Intake Systems for a 2007 Mazda 3.