Some of these cars may have a
manufacturing fault with wheelbase and
castor settings. This causes the car
to drift and wander, necessitating
constant correction on the steering.
This results in an exhausting drive
over longer distances or in adverse
conditions. I see another reviewer has
had front end/steering problems and
wouldn't be surprised to bet they are
the same as on my car.
Definitely my first and last Mazda.
Good seats, excellent fuel economy,
Quality control on front end and
steering, dealership training to better
identify and more importantly, fix
faults rather than pretend they don't