2010 Mazda Mazda3 s Grand Touring 4dr Hatchback (2.5L 4cyl 5A)
I was so pleased with my Mazda3 and my decision to change based at the time solely on the 0% ARP for 5 years versus my 2008 which had 5.9% for 5 years at the best month that year . I shave huge sums of profit taking interest and go myself a Better car-- far far better Than I anticipated-- more like a BMW eater and Lexus cheater- So what I do give a - about labels If it preforms and delivers I am on it - who cares what the emblem says unless you are insecure. Which leads me to this observation- I have been new car viewing the last 5 years with extra close attention to front end styling- You know what I found - Cars are starting to look more aggressive, mean ,and intimidating- why- insecurity
The front end - perhaps some of you disliked this car initially because it was deemed to be "smiling" or "happy" = well - SO WHAT ? why does everyone feel the need to be in some ego- altering mug-faced car? is this a reflection on society today.. mean is good, and "bad" and happy weak and a loser? no
None except please add a thermostat gauge so we know when the dang thing is a running temp , I always wait until I'm 100% sure it's 190- before getting on it but would rather know exactly whats happening temp wise- This car is for those that don't need a pit-bull looking ride to be a man . but performs
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