When shopping for a replacement for my 2002 Protégé 5, City Mazda was naturally one of the first places I went to. Unfortunately though, at no fault of the dealership, I had to go with a different make. The Mazda3 was too small for a tall couple with kids and CX-5 was just a bit too expensive.
However, the salesman we dealt with was great. Getting cars to test drive multiple times was no problem. I'm not sure if it is a Mazda thing, or just this dealership but they also always have cars with manual transmissions available for all the makes I test drove. This also included the Mazda5 and Mazda6. Let me tell you, some other manufacturers may say they offer manual transmission, but for a dealer to actually have it in stock can be very rare.
I had been bringing in my old car for service here for a few years and I have noticed a huge improvement in the last couple of years. Not only is the newly renovated waiting area really nice, but the service itself is much better than it used to be!