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Old 01-11-2022, 01:12 PM   #8
OldBlu
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Originally Posted by 4S-TURBO View Post
I thought Mazda was going the BMW route with I6 and RWD?
My understanding is they will still have FWD based entry level products just like BMW and Mercedes. The brand new CX-50 is still FWD based and the CX-30 and Mazda3 are still relatively new products.

I don't know what the rotary is for, but I can easily see Mazda moving forward with the Mazda3 as a budget 2-series/A class competitor and the I6 RWD Mazda6 replacement as 3-series/C class competitor.

Is that a smart strategy? Who knows.
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