"much more smoother", "much worser".Hello, I have just done 200 miles with '19 Mazda 3 2.5l AT AWD hatch and I love it. Mazda has more tech so I'm not going to comment about that. Given that my memory is still fresh with the previous experience with the Mk7 GTI DSG (Performance Pack), here are the most noticeable things for me...www.mazda3revolution.com
I did cross shop Mazda, among other vehicles.
which parts didn’t make sense?...is he certain he had a GTI?
On what planet? Very little of that makes any sense at all. He's not describing a GTI.
Um could be they're not any fun anymore.I did cross shop Mazda, among other vehicles.
They just felt like "city cars" to me. By that I mean, they felt like they should be covered in a thin film of smut and dinged quite a bit after a couple of years.
The actual driving was nice enough, but I just couldn't shake the feeling that they went from being rebellious to selling "white box transport" with fancy styling.
I know I've been griping a lot, but I really do enjoy the GTI. Mazda used to be incredibly fun, but something's happened in there.
Can't quite put my finger on what.
Using that rational, does the GTI become a great all around car like the Mazda3 when comparing it to a Golf R, which has more power and handles better? I guess it comes down how the car makes you feel when you drive it.Has more power, handles better.
Yknow, the little things that don't matter
Don't get me wrong. The Mazda 3 is a great all around car. But for an enthusiast? When comparing to a gti?
Come on. Stop it.