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Old 10-28-2015, 06:59 AM
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Mazda RX-VISION Concept 2015

2015 Mazda RX-Vision - UCP Specifications and Information
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Old 10-28-2015, 07:00 AM
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Old 10-28-2015, 07:01 AM
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RX-Vision #3

I think Mazda has that same lighting issue as Aston Martin had with the Vulcan.
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Old 03-05-2016, 10:01 AM
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So I drive a Mazda 3, my friend drives a Mazda 3, his brother drives a Mazda 3, my other friend drives a Mazda 3, and yet another friend drives... a Mazda 3. YOu can't go wrong with Hiroshima's finest. That's 5 Mazda 3's in my close circle. Madness.
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I used to drive an MX-5 and it was the third Mazda in the family.

Are we a Mazda forum actually?
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We are very much a Mazda forum, my dad drove a RX-3 in Hong Kong. He tells me stories of street racing in the mountains above Hong Kong. He said he won against this guy in an Alfa Romeo even after he pulled out a spark plug as a handicap.
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We are very much a Mazda forum, my dad drove a RX-3 in Hong Kong. He tells me stories of street racing in the mountains above Hong Kong. He said he won against this guy in an Alfa Romeo even after he pulled out a spark plug as a handicap.
We also have at least two other members with Mazdas. Pokey's classic RX-7 and Sledgehammer's Speed 6.

We are most definitely a Mazda forum.

By the way I drive an Alfa now... but no spark plugs anywhere...
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You forgot MatraEtAlpine's RX-8.
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Old 03-06-2016, 05:14 AM
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True.

There's no way to go but to embrace the Mazdaness of the forum.
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By the way... there's also McReis' MX-5.

I think it would actually be easier to recap the people that don't have a Mazda than the ones that do...
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Old 03-06-2016, 06:26 AM
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By the way... there's also McReis' MX-5.

I think it would actually be easier to recap the people that don't have a Mazda than the ones that do...
Holy crap, that's right!

I think the Subaru Legacy/Liberty is the only other car on the forum that has such a solid consensus.
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Old 03-06-2016, 08:51 AM
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There was a time, IIRC, that the perfect two car garage here was an MX-5 and a Legacy estate.

A shame that the Legacy estate is all but gone...
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I have no Mazdas, though I do like them. I do have fond memories of my dad's Ford Festiva, née Mazda 121, and its inability to climb hills. It also broke down on the way to school a lot, which was great as I got to miss class.

I have a feeling Fleet500 doesn't have any either
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I have a feeling Fleet500 doesn't have any either
You've heartbroken me here.

I thought he was the number one Mazda and Japanese car fan.
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There was a time, IIRC, that the perfect two car garage here was an MX-5 and a Legacy estate.

A shame that the Legacy estate is all but gone...
Aye, we need to pour one out for that car.

This example of a Legacy Wagon was super sexy.

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I have no Mazdas, though I do like them. I do have fond memories of my dad's Ford Festiva, née Mazda 121, and its inability to climb hills. It also broke down on the way to school a lot, which was great as I got to miss class.

I have a feeling Fleet500 doesn't have any either
I think the only Japanese car Flee500 would even be remotely interested in would be a Toyota Century sized cruiser.
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