Mazda has been not-so-subtly reinventing itself over the past year, and as it turns out this reinvention could even take the Japanese automaker to new segments.
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Over the past 25 years, the MX-5 Miata has evolved, but it remains one of the best two-seater sports cars on the market today.
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After more than four decades championing the rotary engine—a powertrain that has become synonymous with Mazda—the Japanese automaker is shelving it in favor of its newer, Skyactiv engines.