It's called "following the crowd" or "lemming syndrome". We see this happen all the time - giant grills, almost all touchscreen, fading paint, etc.why can't they get rid of the self driving car crap? they're making already lazy people even more lazy and unsafe.
no handheld devices while driving...no... but let me go ahead and give you all the time you need to do it illegally anyways.
self parking, self driving. bah. gimme the "i'm driving this car, not the computers".
Honestly, that price is pretty acceptable to me. The price per wheel thing has to be a mistake and I wish they had cooled seats but otherwise, a good overall package.US Pricing Info Released.
The 2021 Mazda3 2.5 Turbo generated resounding excitement with owners and fans when it was announced in July. Today, Mazda shares the first full look at the 2021 Mazda3 2.5 Turbo hatchback.insidemazda.mazdausa.com
Lol, I wish it were a mistake. It's probably the correct pricing since they're made by BBS. Nice looking wheels and likely very well made, but just as pricey as any other BBS wheel.Honestly, that price is pretty acceptable to me. The price per wheel thing has to be a mistake and I wish they had cooled seats but otherwise, a good overall package.
Free healthcare and now this! What the heck is going on in the world!Can anyone shed some light on the pricing difference between Canada and the US?
Mazda Canada's pricing for the 2.5T hatch w/ PP is $37350 CAD, or $28,210 USD. But MazdaUSA's pricing for the same car is $34700 USD.