According to one British publication, the next MazdaSpeed3 could be getting rid of its turbocharged engine for a less powerful unit.
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Auto bosses typically drone on touting their brand strategies as the best course of action, and we typically give a slight nod, more in a manner of politesse than agreement.
It's been a tough go for Mazda lately, and the Japanese automaker has announced it will lay off 250 workers involved in its North American and European operations.
Mazda is the only Japanese automaker that isn't currently profitable, but that could change very soon.