here is the deal Mazada is just ford in a japaneese cover. but dont beleive the hype its a ford. most suberus i know are the most reliable cars and run for hundreds of thousands of miles. i doknow much about the wrx upgrades so i cant speak for them but in general a suberu will out last a mzada every time, it will have a higher resale value and is just a better value in general
Mazda's financial turmoil and decline during the 1970s resulted in a new corporate investor by 1979, Ford Motor Company. Starting in 1979 with a 27-percent financial stake, Ford began a partnership with Mazda resulting in various joint projects. During the 1980s, Ford gained another 20 percent in financial stakes. These included large and small efforts in all areas of the automotive landscape. This was most notable in the realm of pickup trucks (like the Mazda B-Series, which spawned a Ford Courier variant in North America) and smaller cars. For instance, Mazda's Familia platform was used for Ford models like the Laser and Escort, while the Capella architecture found its way into Ford's Telstar sedan and Probe sports models. However in 2002 Ford gained an extra 5-percent financial stake. 52% total
and why you arguing this with me shawn it could be an angle to take to your parents as a con for mazda pro for suberu
man you're trying to decide between a camaro and a challenger, i dont think you have any place in this conversation, and congratulation an your ability to use wikipedia
mazas are tough cars, and even if the 3's were fords, which theyre not ford builds great engines engines are tough as nails
man if youre a beginner driver dont buy something that youre not going to be able to afford. Front wheel drive is still excellent in the snow. Ive driven tonnes of fwd cars in the snow and never gotten stuck in hilly areas. Subarus are more expensive in repairs, gas and insurance. Youd look equally cool in a three if thats what youre going for and would probably be able to buy a new pair of sticks every year with the money you save.