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Mazda, in a move it is billing as a way of “increasing global manufacturing efficiencies,” has decided to move production of the next-generation Mazda6 to Japan.
According to one British publication, the next MazdaSpeed3 could be getting rid of its turbocharged engine for a less powerful unit.
Here's what to expect on the next-generation Miata.