Nobody buys a Mazda MX-5 ("Miata") because it's reliable.
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In the short time it has been on sale, the 2013 Mazda CX-5 compact crossover has already made waves, earning critical accolades, lots of positive press, and even killing off one of its own stablemates.
In a departure from the Mazda of old, and in an effort to expand its appeal, the Japanese automaker has undergone a reinvention.
Despite Mazda being a small mainstream automaker and Infiniti being a luxury brand owned by a juggernaut of a company in Nissan-Renault, the two have a remarkable amount in common--namely, regaining a sense of identity and picking up lost market share or gaining new ground.