In a departure from the Mazda of old, and in an effort to expand its appeal, the Japanese automaker has undergone a reinvention.
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Italians have a reputation for building alluring, hopelessly pretty, fragile roadsters—witness the Alfa Romeo Duetto from The Graduate, for starters.
For the past 25 years, Mazda has been calling Flat Rock, Michigan, home of at least a few of its cars.
Mazda has long history of doing things its own way, from its use of the rotary engine to augmenting traditional Japanese economy cars with a dose of fun and its trademark Zoom Zoom.