Although the Honda Civic Type R and Toyota Corolla Hatchback are pumping fun and performance into the C-car segment, the Mazda3 has perennially been billed as a driver’s car. The new ’19 Mazda3 is a no exception, with the carried-over Skyactiv-G 2.5L naturally aspirated 4-cyl. tweaked to produce slightly more horsepower and torque compared to the ’18 model. More obvious are changes to the exterior, the first model to use the automaker’s latest version of its Kodo ...

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