Denizens of the Miata cult know that Mazda likes to release a special edition of the MX-5 Miata every few years or so—even once per year, if they feel plush enough.
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Toyota has announced that it will begin building a subcompact car in conjunction with Mazda at a new factory being built in Mexico.
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The 2015 Mazda3 is a few short weeks away from its official reveal later this month, but we may have a great look at Mazda's newest--and most important--addition now.