We pit an unorthodox choice from the orthodox brand against the orthodox choice from an unorthodox brand.
More people should go against the grain. As today’s pairing demonstrates, you don’t have to go full-alternative to get the result.
Mazda has a history of mainstream orthodoxy in Australia, while also doing things its own way – the MX-5 is one example and rotary-powered ‘RX’ cars another.
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