I like the idea of new things, new technologies, and new possibilities. But when reality sinks in, I still tend to prefer the experience of old things.
That’s not always true, of course. I’m much happier spreading store-bought butter on pre-baked bread than I am churning my own milk and kneading the dough myself. I have to draw the line somewhere.
Take this pairing, for instance. I applaud Mazda’s long-overdue decision to equip the 2018 Mazda 6 Atenzawith a turbo petrol engine, but on just about any given stretch of road, I’d happily set myself up behind the wheel of the 2005 Mazda 6 MPS.
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