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If you get frustrated when you see a driver with a phone pressed to her ear and consider your Bluetooth phone habits to be superior, you won’t like this story.
Both Toyota and Mazda have fans that want diesel engines in their cars.
Mazda had a 5-passenger crossover at one time called the CX-7. It opted to let the model die and focus on the three-row CX-9 and smallish-compact CX-5.
If you are shopping for a mid-sized sedan or crossover and safety is one of your priorities this news will be important to you.
If we are going to be truthful we should mention that your dog really wants you to buy a cheap, old pickup truck once used to haul rubbish and let him/her ride in the back.